Samsung The Frame is a super-slim TV with Matte Display that shows your favourite works of art or photographs in incredibly realistic colours when you turn off the TV.What we love- Turn your living room into an art gallery with Art Mode – The Frame comes with access to the Art Store, where you can choose from over 1600 renowned works of art to display when you’re not watching- This incredibly slim TV can be customised to blend in your room even more with interchangeable bezels (each sold separately)- Samsung’s Matte Display absorbs reflections, so you can enjoy TV in incredible colour and contrast all day. And thanks to the ultra-wide viewing angles, no matter where you sit you’ll see every detail- The built-in speakers support Dolby Atmos to surround you with 3D sound and make you a part of the action on screen – it’s so realistic, you’ll feel like that helicopter is really flying overheadGood to know- From the nightly news to a classic movie, the Quantum 4K Processor automatically adjusts the brightness and upscales everything you’re watching to 4K – no matter the original source- With HDR powered by HDR10+, you’ll see all the details, even in gloomy and bright scenes- Object Tracking Sound uses AI and your TV’s bottom speakers to simulate overhead sounds. So you’ll get cinematic audio that follows the action, without the need for extra speakers- Q-Symphony LITE syncs up your TV speakers and soundbar together for great surround sound without the complicated set-up- Dive into a huge collection of 4K films, TV shows, and all your favourite catch-up apps on Samsung’s smart TV platform – all in one place at the touch of a button- By plugging consoles, set top boxes, and other gadgets into the One Connect box, you can hide all your wires out of the way – all you’ll see is the slim One Cable________________________________Please note: Some apps & services (including tuner) are only available in the UK. Apps & services may be removed or no longer supported by third-party content providers at any time. Some apps & services may not be available at launch and may require a firmware update before becoming available. Some services require an account and/or subscription fee.