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Samsung Brings 20 New Photos To Frame TVs

Samsung has released 20 new photographs, which will be available free for one month, on its Frame TVs.

The new collection will come to Frame thanks to a partnership with Magnum Photos, and will feature curated photos from artists including Elliott Erwitt, Burt Glinn, Stuart Franklin, Thomas Hoepker and Bruno Barbey.

According to Jongsuk Chu, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, the Magnum collection includes iconic destinations and moments from around the world.

“We know that people today across the world are traveling less and spending more time at home. By offering these breathtaking photographs from iconic locations across the world and pairing them with The Frame’s vivid QLED picture quality, we hope to give consumers a premium virtual travel experience in the comfort of their home,” said Chu.

The photos will be available free to all Frame owners until December 14, after which they will be made available for purchase and subscription in the Samsung Art Store.

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