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Samsung’s art-inspired Frame TVs are up to $1,000 off right now

A close-up image of Samsung’s 2022 Frame TV hanging on a wall with a bunch of cacti on display.
Like most people, I’d prefer to stare at a bunch of cacti in my living room rather than an uninspired black rectangle. | Image: Samsung

Everyone may like watching movies on a big screen, but a hulking panel is nothing but an eyesore when turned off. That’s why Samsung’s Frame TV has become so popular over the last several years and why several TV manufacturers, including Amazon, have begun to crib ideas from the company’s artsy panels. And while the Frame certainly isn’t cheap, you can currently pick up the 2022 model at Amazon in the 55- and 65-inch sizing for $997.99 ($500 off) and 1,597.99 ($400), respectively. It’s also on sale in the behemoth 75-inch configuration for $1,895 ($1,103 off), an all-time low, with Best Buy and Walmart matching Amazon’s pricing in most instances.

Despite its lofty price tag, the Frame isn’t for people who want pristine image quality or…

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