Samsung LSO3T 65” The Frame 4K QLED Smart TV
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- Display: 65” QLED Screen
- Resolution: 4K (3840 x 2160)
- Motion Rate: MR 120
- Digital Inputs: 4 HDMI & 2 USB
- Full Web Browser: Yes
- Dimensions with Stand: 1453.9mm x 876.5mm x 290.8mm
- Have a question? Ask a Samsung TV & Audio Expert 1-833-982-2316 Daily, 9am-9pm (EST)
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Enhance your living space with a TV that adds premium style and design. The Frame displays museum-quality art when it’s off, and becomes a Smart 4K QLED TV when it’s on, giving inspiration and meaning to any room. Enjoy a variety of artworks, including specially curated collections from renowned partners and experience our finest picture ever with one billion shades of pure colour at any brightness. Innovative LED technology delivers bolder contrast and colour, with a stunning viewing experience from any angle.
Smart TV Features
- Frame Design: Designed to look like a frame. The elegant, modern design blends flawlessly to elevate your home’s décor.
- Access over a 1000 pieces of artworks and photography from the Art Store and create your own private gallery by showcasing your favourite piece.
- 100% Colour Volume with Quantum Dot¹: Quantum dots express over a billion colours at 100% colour volume, resulting in accurate, rich and brilliant colours in any light.
- Dual LED: Innovative backlighting technology delivers bolder and more accurate contrast by optimizing the backlight colour tone to match the type of content you’re watching. (Not Available on the 32”)
What is HDR?
High-dynamic-range imaging is a high-dynamic-range technique used in photographic imaging and films to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than what is possible with standard digital imaging or photographic techniques.
What Does 4k mean?
The current standard for HD is 1080p, measured by the number of vertical pixels. 4k measures the horizontal pixels instead, and any TV described as 4K will have a resolution of at least 3840 x 2160. The result is a picture with about 8.3 million pixels, or about four times as many as a standard HDTV.