Samsung The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV launched in the US


Samsung The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV launched in the US

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Samsung The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV launched in the US

The new Samsung The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV was unveiled back in August and now the device is available in the USA and it comes in a choice of three sizes. These include a 55-inch model, a 65-inch model, and a 75-inch model.

When you switch on The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV, you are immediately welcomed by a bespoke Samsung x Disney100 onscreen emblem, showcasing the collaborative spirit behind this creation. Beyond the visual experience, the TV boasts specially-designed bezels, donned in the signature Disney100 hue of platinum silver metal. Adding a touch of nostalgia and a tribute to the world of animation, the TV set is complemented by a unique Disney edition remote, thoughtfully designed in homage to Disney’s iconic character, Mickey Mouse.

“It is wonderful to collaborate with Disney for this special edition of The Frame, and while the unbelievable demand came as no surprise, we are absolutely thrilled by the tremendous response,” said James Fishler, Senior Vice President, Home Entertainment & Display Division, Samsung Electronics America. “Samsung technology should seamlessly blend with your personal style in a way that easily enhances both your day-to-day, and your décor look. Put simply – it should be magic. We’re so excited that people can see how The Frame delivers all that and more, as even more experience their Disney100 edition TVs firsthand!”

You can find out more information about the new Samsung The Frame-Disney100 Edition TV over at Samsung’s website at the link below, the device is now available to buy in the USA.

Source Samsung

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