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Move over OnePlus TV, Samsung’s The Frame QLED TV is a killer deal with this Rs 40,000 discount

Just yesterday, OnePlus launched its first TVs called the OnePlus TV Q1 and TV Q1 Pro for Rs 69,900 and Rs 99,900 respectively. Soon after the OnePlus announcement, Samsung has announced a huge discount of Rs 35,000 on its ‘The Frame’ QLED TV. The TV will now be available for just Rs 84,990 during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale, compared to the launch price of Rs 1,19,999 .

 

 

Samsung’s the Frame TV offers a 4K QLED display with HDR10+ support and 120Hz refresh rate

The Samsung Frame QLED TV will be up for grabs at the massively discounted pricing from September 29th to October 4th. Apart from the discount, Flipkart will be sweetening the deal by offering an instant cashback of Rs 5,000 to buyers who make a prepaid purchase through credit and debit cards, and via net banking. This brings down the price of The Frame to just Rs 79,990 – a total discount of Rs 40,000.

All these discounts make The Frame around Rs 20,000 cheaper than the OnePlus TV Q1 Pro. Notably, just like OnePlus, Samsung’s TV also flaunts a 4K QLED display with HDR10+ support. Its worth mentioning that while the OnePlus TVs offer a screen refresh rate of 60Hz, Samsung’s The Frame boasts a refresh rate of 120Hz. However, while OnePlus’ TVs come with Dolby Vision, this is lacking on Samsung’s offering. Additionally, the OnePlus Q1 Pro comes with an integrated soundbar and Dolby Atmos support.

As for the key features of the Samsung Frame QLED TV, it can transform into a picture frame that can display over 1,200 artworks from around the world. The TV is powered by the Tizen TV platform, and comes with features like Bixby and Google Assistant, which allow users to change channels or control volume using just voice commands. Lastly, the Frame supports major streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube and Hotstar. It also offers AirPlay 2 support, allowing you to stream content from your Apple devices to the TV, and even comes with the Apple TV app, which will allow you to access the Apple TV+ subscription service that goes live in November.

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