From ‘Titanic’ to ‘Avengers’, ‘Friends’ to ‘Bholar Dairy’, television has offered some of the most defining moments of cultural union and modern society.
For years, watching TV was as simple as turning on the set and checking out limited, regularly scheduled shows, a press release says.
Together, viewers have witnessed tragedies like 9/11, joint celebrations like the moon landing, and more. In today’s entertainment-driven world, people are more likely to watch television than any other activity.
Continuous advances in technology made this TV viewing experience more convenient by eliminating the need to adjust the antenna, insert remote controls, and add multiple channels.
Among other improvements, televisions themselves have changed a lot in the last hundred years. What started out as a big box with channels you could count on your hand and grainy images has evolved into high-definition flat screens with tons of content.
On top of that, streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon Prime continue to change the way people consume television content. With power in the palm of one hand, television allows viewers to watch content on big screens from the comfort of their own home.
One of the main reasons people buy televisions today is to add value to their home interiors. Now more than ever, people are filling their homes with attractive television models with the aim of improving the outlook of their homes.
For this reason, in this golden age of televisions, television manufacturers bring televisions that fit into consumers’ homes and provide the best television viewing experience. For example, Samsung, an established global TV leader, has just unveiled its latest innovation: The Frame TV.
To take the aesthetics of your living room to a whole new level, Samsung Consumer Electronics Bangladesh has brought this latest edition of a premium lifestyle TV. In short, The Frame is a lifestyle TV that’s art when it’s off and a TV when it’s on.
This latest innovation is a statement piece that features customizable bezels, matte display, art mode and Samsung’s proprietary QLED technology to deliver immersive, cinematic entertainment.
Designed to look like a slim frame, the TV features a modern frame design that blends perfectly to elevate your home decor. Customers can easily manage the space with customizable bezels.
Samsung offers the frame in a variety of options with magnetic bezels so you can easily choose or even change your favorite color to best suit your space.
In “Art Mode”, you can create an exquisite selection of local and global artworks to turn your home into an art gallery. Frame TV has a built-in art store that lets you build your personal art collection from a library of over 1,600 world-renowned art pieces.
Truly, the Frame TV has been tastefully designed by Samsung to enhance users’ luxury home spaces to be more engaging and lifelike with impeccable detail and real-life art gallery experiences. Enjoy art as art and television as television.