Beautiful, accessible art
Samsung's "The Frame" has been the coolest way to hide your TV in plain sight since the first version was released five years ago. When you're not binge-watching your favorite shows, it can display a selection of masterworks from museums around the world alongside photos from your last vacation. And art lovers will really appreciate the new anti-reflective screen — an update that gives the QN32LS03B a canvas-like matte finish that more easily blends in with your gallery wall.
Art Mode transforms The Frame into a beautiful work of art when you're not watching TV.
Grow your digital gallery
The included Samsung Collection starts you off with a selection of 100 pieces of professionally curated art from ten different galleries. If you crave more options, you can purchase individual pieces from the Art Store or pay a monthly membership fee for unlimited access to the whole catalog.
It's also easy to upload and display your own photographs or digital versions of other kinds of art, too. Load them up on a USB flash drive, or simply use the Samsung SmartThings app on your phone. You can use the app's filters to edit and improve your uploaded images. Further customize the artwork display by choosing from different matte color and layout options.
Enjoy the art of film
The Frame can make movie nights a work of art, too. Thanks to Quantum Dot Technology, these QLED TVs display vivid, accurate colors at any brightness level, and HDR content looks stunning.
Keeps a low profile
The Frame looks super-streamlined when hung with Samsung's included Slim Fit Wall Mount. It allows the Frame TV to rest nearly flush against the wall, just like a real picture frame. And you don't have to clutter up the view with a bunch of wires thanks to the included One Connect Box Mini. You hook up all your gear — cable box, game console, etc. — to the hub, then run a single slim cable up to the TV to supply it with signals and power.