The new Smart 7-in-1 TVs come with a Content Guide that shows and recommends content and pre-built video-on-demand apps such as Netflix, Prime Video and Zee5. The TV offers Home Cloud for virtually storing content online, Live Cast and screen mirroring to cast content to and from smartphones and TV.
Two months after launching the 2019 QLED 8K and QLED 4K TVs, Samsung has introduced the Smart 7-in-1 TV lineup and The Frame TV in India for a starting price of Rs 22,500.
The 32-inch and 40-inch Smart 7-in-1 TVs will be available for prices of Rs 22,500 (no-cost EMI starts at Rs 999) and Rs 33,900 respectively on Flipkart later in August. The Frame TV, on the other hand, will cost Rs 1,19,999 with no-cost EMI starting from Rs 4,999.
Speaking the new Smart 7-in-1 TVs, the device comes with a Content Guide that shows and recommends content and pre-built video-on-demand apps such as Netflix, Prime Video and Zee5. The TV offers Home Cloud for virtually storing content online, Live Cast and screen mirroring to cast content to and from smartphones and TV.
Users can also access their laptop or personal computer from any location through the TV’s PC mode. It’s secured by Knox security and offers access to Microsoft Office 365 services in the cloud.
Moving on The Frame, the TV comes with a QLED screen with Samsung’s Quantum Dot technology and HDR 10+. The device features motion and brightness sensors which detects your presence and turns the TV display into artwork and switches off to save energy in your absence.
The Frame offers an Art Mode which displays artwork and photos just like they would be on paper, film or canvas instead of a black screen. It has an inbuilt Art Store which shows 1,000+ artworks from world-renowned institutions around the world.
The Frame is integrated with Voice Assistant support and works with Bixby and Google Assistant to change channels, adjust the volume, control playback and more through voice commands. The TV can connect wirelessly with a wide range of smart devices and offers support for SmartThings App, One Remote Control and AirPlay 2.
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