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Samsung's "The Frame" is getting upgraded with QLED technology

The company's new displays are the perfect complement to its digital art platform.
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Samsung The Frame 2018

Samsung is making a big upgrade to the display quality of its interior design-focused "The Frame" tv with the implementation of its QLED technology. QLED allows for richer colors, deeper blacks, enhanced contrast, and 100% color volume. This makes it ideal for its Art Store app, which lets owners subscribe to a service for displaying some of the world's greatest art pieces. This year, Samsung has announced new partnerships with Uffizi Galleries, the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, and the Van Gogh Museum. The Art Store app will cost $5 a month and gives you access to over a thousand art and photography pieces and with the new update it will now include pieces such as da Vinci’s Annunciation, Botticelli’s Allegory of the Spring, and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, just to name a few.

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