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Amazon Prime Day 2022 is going on right now and runs through midnight PST tonight, July 13. During Prime Day, you can save hundreds of dollars on all sorts of products — including Samsung Frame TVs.

Samsung describes the Frame TV as a work of art. And when you see it in action, it’s not hard to see why: When a Frame TV is on, it works the same as any other smart TV, letting you stream apps like Netflix or Hulu. But when it’s off, the Frame TV seamlessly turns into a beautiful picture frame featuring dozens of famous paintings.

And if that wasn’t enough, you can also download the PC on TV app to use the Frame TV as a massive computer monitor, or use AirPlay to mirror your phone’s screen onto the TV.

Samsung giving out big discounts for nearly every version of the Frame TV right now, exclusively for Amazon Prime customers shopping on Prime Day. Here are the best Frame TV deals we’ve found.

Best Samsung Frame TV Prime Day deals

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What makes the Frame TV different from other TVs?

Whereas most TVs are built for one purpose — acting as a screen for shows, movies, and video games — the Frame series is meant for more. It does everything that a normal TV does, but also works as a computer monitor, extra phone screen, and picture frame.

It’s that picture frame mode that’s the Frame’s claim to fame. When you’re not using it, the Frame displays famous works of art that you can freely switch between. It’s both a smart TV and an aesthetic statement. 

The Frame’s screen is made from an anti-reflection matte material, meaning that just like an actual painting, the picture will never get blocked by a light glare. It’s also got an extremely thin bezel (the physical border that holds the screen), which lets it blend into your wall more easily than most TVs so you can focus on the picture.

If you’re looking for something a bit more artful than a standard flatscreen TV, the Frame TV might be just what you’re looking for.

What do ‘QLED’ and ‘4K’ mean?

The Frame TV’s screen is both QLED and 4K UHD. To cut a very long story short, this means that the screen can display colors more realistically, and display pictures with a massive amount of image quality.

If you’re looking for a more detailed explanation: QLED (Quantum dot Light-Emitting Diode) screens are made with extremely small nanocrystals and semiconductors. These small pieces can display colors much more vividly than normal LED screens. It’s all managed by an internal computer, which analyzes every picture before it hits your screen to determine the best color arrangement possible. Samsung invented the QLED technology, and only their TVs use it.

Quick tip: This is different than OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode), which does similar things but takes less power.

Meanwhile, 4K UHD is the best image quality that most modern TVs can display images in. The screen has nearly four times as many pixels as a regular HD screen, making every shot crisper and clearer.

What add-ons are available for Frame TVs?

Since the Frame TV is meant to look like a picture frame, Samsung lets you choose what color you want the TV’s bezel to be. You can buy removable bezels in beige, brown, teak, or white, and then attach them to the sides of the Frame TV. This lets you customize the Frame to match the rest of your interior design.

You can also bundle the Frame TV with a soundbar and subwoofer combo to improve the sound quality. Check out the Amazon page for more details.

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