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(Pocket-lint) – Samsung’s popular high-end TV, The Frame, fits into living rooms looking like a picture frame, and now it’s about to get an injection of iconic images.

As part of a collaboration with Life magazine, Samsung is integrating 20 photographs selected from the Life Picture collection into its Frame series televisions.

The collection is a visual archive of the 20th century, with over 10 million photographs of significant historical figures and moments.

The Samsung Art Store has selected 20 photos from the collection and will make them available to owners of the Frame series from July 28.

The selection includes images from a wide range of subjects, from California surfers on the west coast to Pablo Picasso.

“The Frame’s artwork catalog has grown tremendously since its launch in 2017, and it’s also diversified a lot since then,” said Simon Sung, executive vice president of the Visual Display business at Samsung Electronics.

“History is recorded in these photographs, and consumers can now exhibit them with the click of a button, without ever setting foot in a gallery or museum.”

Frame TVs adopted a matte display finish in 2022, further enhancing the effect by reducing light reflections.

If you like the idea of ​​displaying a bit of history in your living room, a two-month subscription to the Samsung Art Store comes free with The Frame models from 2022.


Written by Luke Baker.