Samsung established new partnerships to bring more artworks for The Frame TV

Samsung today announced a partnership with famous global museums and art galleries to bring more exclusive artworks for its The Frame TV users.

The Frame is a high-end TV that comes with a stylish frame design to display artwork or photos when it’s not being used as a TV.

Samsung has joined three famous global museums and art galleries including – Uffizi Galleries (Italy), Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, and The Van Gogh Museum (Netherlands) to bring 62 new pieces world-renowned masterpieces directly to The Frame.

The Frame’s artwork store alreacy have of more than 1,000 exceptional works of art and photography, and with latest additions, the platform keeps growing as the largest art content gallery where a user can search and set masterpiece they like.

The Frame TV, which started with a collection of 300 artworks, will now provide viewers with over 1,000 art pieces from around 40 countries. And the company said it’ll keep joining with new partners to bring more artworks to this TV.

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