Samsung’s High-Tech TV Can Transform Into a Work of Art

What’s new for the 2019 model is an improved picture quality and new 49-inch size, in addition to the previously offered 43-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch sizes. SamsungPrices for Samsung’s lifestyle televisions have yet to be announced, but expect to pay well over $1,000 considering last year’s least expensive model is currently selling for $1,200. The QLED display will be offered in 43-inch, 49-inch or 55-inch sizes, up from the sole 40-inch size of past iterations. As The Verge notes, The Serif TV is disguised as a piece of furniture with a top shelf and fabric cover that conceals its ports. SamsungSamsung is doubling down on the success of its “flagship lifestyle TV lines” with improved versions of The Frame and The Serif televisions. Created in collaboration with Paris-based design brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, it was previously only sold in upscale furniture shops but will now be available at various electronics stores. When you’re not bingeing the newest season of Narcos or catching up on Game of Thrones,┬áThe Frame goes into “Art Mode,” scrolling through various digital paintings and pictures.