The Frame QLED TV from Samsung
Many discriminating consumers despise how TVs tend to dominate their living spaces. For those aesthetes, Samsung introduced the Frame (in 2017) with a screen that, when not in use, projects work from Samsung’s licensed art gallery. So instead of a dead black rectangle sitting center stage, glowing Barry McGee graffiti, photographs by Todd Eberle or family photos can hang on your wall.
For 2019, Samsung has enhanced the model with superb QLED technology, which combines a proprietary quantum dot layer with a unique blue LED. This helps create the whitest whites and brightest colors—critical for a high dynamic range image—as well as the widest palette of any 4K screen out there (more than a billion hues versus millions). While OLEDs work best in darkness, Samsung claims its QLEDs greatly outperform the former in any level of light.
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