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The latest Samsung early Black Friday sale brings The Frame smart TVs down to some of the lowest prices we’ve seen in a while. Both Amazon and Samsung’s own website have the deals right now, which include the 55-inch The Frame 4K smart TV for just under $1,000 — that’s $500 off its normal price and the lowest we’ve seen it. The most affordable of the bunch is the 32-inch set, which is down to $450, and you’ll find the 75-inch TV for $2,200 on the high end of the spectrum.
If you aren’t familiar, Samsung’s The Frame TVs stand out because they aren’t basic black voids when you’re not watching something. Instead, they use Art Mode to display various pictures and pieces of art, allowing it to blend better into your living room. You can even send your own photos to the screen, turning it into a super-large version of those small, digital photo frames that are quite popular now. Built-in sensors optimize the picture to your environment, and they can tell when you’re away, turning the screen off automatically. On top of all that, you’re getting a 4K QLED set with 100 percent color volume, 4K AI upscaling and Alexa support.
While a bunch of other Samsung TVs are also on sale right now, the Premiere Projector with a 4.2.2 sound system is noteworthy because it’s been discounted to just under $5,000. That’s $500 cheaper than it was back in September when it was last on sale, and a total discount of $1,500. Yes, it’s still an expensive piece of home theater equipment, but it’s a much better buy at this price. It includes separate red, green and blue lasers so it can cover the full Rec.2020 color range, and it supports HDR10+ and up to 2,800 lumens of brightness. If you’re willing to compromise a bit on sound, the model with a 2.2 channel system is down to a new low of $2,498 as well.
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