Launch windows have been announced for the company's upcoming products.
Samsung has announced availability for its new MS750 Sound+ Soundbar and "The Frame" Display. The MS750 is due out this summer while The Frame is set for release in the spring.
Emphasizing premium design, The Frame is a display designed to look like a picture frame hanging on a user's wall when not in use as a TV. When the unit is placed in "Art Mode," the screen displays custom-designed digital art pieces instead of fading to black like a traditional television. Customers can choose from 100 art pieces in 10 different categories --including landscape, architecture, wildlife, action, drawing, and more. Likewise, The Frame features several options for art layouts and colors, along with customizable accessories like interchangeable bezels and an optional Studio Stand. In addition, the display uses Samsung's new Invisible Connection and No Gap Wall-mount, allowing versatile mounting options without unsightly cables or wires.
Meanwhile, the MS750 Sound+ Soundbar features a "one body" design with integrated subwoofer performance along with new Anti-Distortion Technology, allowing the device to go as low as 35 Hz. In addition, the soundbar offers 5-channel sound with wide-band, front- and top-mounted tweeters, and booming mid-range speakers. Likewise, the soundbar also includes upmixing technology and support for Samsung's UHQ 32bit audio tech.
Exact price points for the MS750 Sound+ Soundbar and "The Frame" Display have not been announced yet. In addition to the new soundbar and TV, Samsung also recently announced an April launch for its M9500 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player ($399). Likewise, the company just started shipping its new 2017 QLED Ultra HD TV lineup, with current sizes ranging from 55-inches to 75-inches. The displays use new metal quantum dot technology for improved colors and brightness.