Save big on Samsung’s Frame TVs at an early Black Friday price

Save big on Samsung’s Frame TVs at an early Black Friday price

We all know that subsection of technology–the stuff that looks neat and stylish on the surface, but in reality is inferior in terms of specs while charging a premium. It feels bad getting suckered into something that ties the look of your room together but ends up being difficult to work with. Thankfully, Samsung Frame TVs are not like that!

I’ve always looked at Samsung Frame TV sets cautiously. While the super-thin TVs are a really cool concept and a creative replacement for typically bulkier sets, it’s hard to imagine that it’s actually… you know, a good TV. When I saw the Samsung Store was offering the latest version of the Frame TV starting at $480, I was intrigued enough to look at, and then pleasantly surprised by the spec sheet.

If you go for the 32-inch model which is on sale at $480, you’ll get a Full HD panel with 4K upscaling. For the 43-inch model and above, which are also on sale and you can save up to $500 on, you’ll get a 4K UHD QLED display. You can use Alexa or Google Assistant as well, making this a competent smart TV. Finally, a 120Hz refresh rate ensures smooth pictures, whether you’re watching movies or playing games.

The best part about Frame TVs being on sale directly at the Samsung Store? The generous payment plans! You can pay for the TV with 48 monthly payments at 0% APR, making it really affordable for those whose wallets may be light during the holiday shopping season. It makes the 32-inch model just $10 a month!

    Samsung Frame TV Black Friday Sale
    Get a TV that'll look great in your living room while still being powerful! Frame TVs are on an early Black Friday discount at the Samsung Store, and you can pick one up starting at just $480. There are also 48-month, 0% APR payment plans!

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Elizabeth Henges
Elizabeth Henges

As XDA Developers' Deals Guru, I find all the best tech deals and pass the savings onto you. I've been a journalist since the early 2010s, covering gaming, tech, and e-commerce. If you have any deals you'd like to pass on, you can e-mail me at [email protected]