Whoa, Samsung's latest The Frame 4K TV just price crashed by 35%

We've been covering Samsung Frame TV deals for a while now, and we often see some decent discounts. But this is something new altogether – with the 55-inch 4K model dropping from $1,499 to $977.99 at Amazon. That's the lowest price we've ever seen this sell for by some way – it's been just under $1,000 before.

This is our favourite of the best frame TVs, and arguably the only true 'art' TV, which shows off digital artwork as well as providing a stunning display for entertainment. I reckon the 55-inch is the perfect size, not too enormous it takes over the room but big enough to be immersive. But there are deals on all the sizes, to be honest, so just pick which one works for you.

Samsung Frame TV (55-inch, 2022)
Was: $1,49999
Now: $979.99 at Amazon

Samsung Frame TV (55-inch, 2022)
$979.99 at Amazon

Overview: The 55-inch, 2022 model of the Frame is our favourite TV right now. It's at an all time low price, and 55-inches is the perfect size to provide an excellent viewing experience but not overwhelming the room.

Key features: An excellent example of the 'art TV'. A 4K TV that can display your favourite art in glorious 4K. You can get a subscription of all the world's finest art for $7 a month, or display your own collection (or both). The ultra thin bezels and changeable frames make it look like a high-end framed piece of art.  

Price history: The 55-inch model retails at $1,499.99, though we've seen it dip lower than that since it was released in April 2022. This current price of $977.99 is the all-time lowest price that we've ever reported on by some way.

Price comparison: Samsung $979.99 | Best Buy: $979.99

Reviews: All the reviews that we've read have said that the 2022 model of the original 2021 Samsung Frame TV builds on the original in all the right ways. It's true that the sound won't be comparable to most sound bars out there, but this is very much more about the visuals.

Georgia Coggan

Georgia is lucky enough to be Creative Bloq's Editor. She has been working for Creative Bloq since 2018, starting out as a freelancer writing about all things branding, design, art, tech and creativity – as well as sniffing out genuinely good deals on creative technology. Since becoming Editor, she has been managing the site on a day-to-day basis, helping to shape the diverse content streams CB is known for and leading the team in their own creativity.