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The Frame, Samsung’s 55-inch smart TV, is down to $999.99

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Save $500: The Samsung 55-inch The Frame QLED 4K Smart Tizen TV is down to $999.99 from its $1499.99 MSRP at Best Buy through Nov. 16. That’s a discount of $500 off.

With the FIFA World Cup coinciding with Thanksigiving, you may be looking to enjoy the tournament with your friends and family as Messi, Ronaldo, and other big names set out for a potential final tournament.

At a shade under $1000, Samsung’s 55-inch The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV is available at Best Buy for just $2 more than its best-ever deal on Amazon. The TV size is perfect for larger rooms, and its 2160p resolution and 100% color volume deliver super-sharp colors on the screen along with better contrast. The HDR display is also effective in distinguishing black and white colors, making it perfect for viewing movies too.

What makes it really cool though is how it looks when it’s not in use. The built-in motion sensor displays over 1400 world-class works of art when your device is switched off, while the anti-reflection technology and matte display prevent intrusive reflections or glares while viewing them. Those who wish to mount the TV so that it can double up as a full-time digital frame will be pleased to note that a slim-fit wall mount has been included in the package. You can also share your personal photos and other digital memories on the Frame by uploading them via your phone or USB flash drive.

If you are looking for a similar-sized TV without additional art-based features such as Samsung’s QLED displays, we suggest you peep our Black Friday TV deals list. But if you have been eyeing this product for a while, you may not find a better deal on it.

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