The new pieces of modern life, called Frame and Serif has been unveiled by Samsung just before the CES that will allow people to rethink what TV is and what it should look like. With the better image quality, we can easily say that the house will attract a lot of attention. The 2019 model uses Samsung's quantum-dot display technology to support a wider range of HDR colors. In addition to better image quality, The Frame is available in a new 49-inch size. Last year's model came in dimensions of 43, 55 and 65 inches. With the TVs, Samsung is trying to rethink how a TV can blend into a modern living space. The 2019 models now feature LCD panels with quantum dots, which Samsung likes to call “QLED.” Also, Samsung Serif TV 2019 will come with the Ambient Mode first introduced in this year’s Q series models, while Samsung The Frame 2019 will feature Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant
. Samsung The Frame next generation ups its game by going QLED among other things; you can use it to watch your regular TV and movie content. Samsung offers the Frame model for users who prefer to have their TVs in the center of the living room. The Frame’s Luminance Sensor also adjusts the colors on-screen to fit the ambient brightness of the room. Samsung says this feature delivers the optimal settings to display artwork on screen. Serif goes further than Frame regarding design. This TV, like a manager from Samsung, looks like everything else except TV. It can be placed on a shelf like a piece of furniture. The fabric in the back covers the ports. Samsung in the 2019 model; offers three different display options: 43 inches, 49 inches, and 55 inches. The first model came in only 40 inches. Samsung's QLED technology
is also used. These next-generation TVs not only satisfy by design but also by its functions. However, there is no confirmation regarding price and release. For details, we need to wait for Samsung CES 2019, where Samsung's 2019 QLED series will make its grand appearance.
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