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Samsung Frame QLED LS303 4K Smart TVs (2019 Models): 55" $1,098 or 49" EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has select Samsung Frame QLED LS303 Series 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TVs (2019 Models) on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks elmedico27

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  • 49" (QN49LS03RAFXZA) $897.99
  • 55" (QN55LS03RAFXZA) $1,097.99
Newegg.com also has select Samsung Frame QLED LS303 Series 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TVs (2019 Models) on sale listed below. Shipping is free.

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Available:Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Panel: QLED
  • Motion Rate: 120 (43" & 49"); 240 (55")
  • HDR: HDR10, HDR10+, Hybrid Log Gamma
  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
  • Smart TV w/ Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Samsung Bixby
    • Ports:
      • 4x HDMI Type A
      • 3x USB 2.0
      • 1x Ethernet
      • 2x RF In
      • 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical)
      • 1x RS232C
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  • 43" (QN43LS03RAFXZA) $647.99

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Amazon has the 2019 QLED models of the Samsung Frame TV on sale. Shipping is free with Prime. Seems like the 43" and 55" are the best deals of the four sizes, and the lowest price ever on the ones listed below (the 65" is "on sale" but not really a deal). B&H has matched a couple of them.

Samsung QN43LS03RAFXZA Frame 43-Inch ($648): Amazon [amazon.com] Expired, now $797.99

Samsung QN49LS03RAFXZA Frame 49-Inch ($898): Amazon [amazon.com] / B&H [bhphotovideo.com]

Samsung QN55LS03RAFXZA Frame 55-Inch ($1098): Amazon [amazon.com] / B&H [bhphotovideo.com]
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I've had the 2018 version of this for a year now. It is very sleek up on the wall and everyone who comes over think it looks amazing and are surprised to see it's a tv and not just a digital frame.
For what it's worth - My biggest issue is/was hiding the cable. Even though it is a small, single cable, we have it installed over a fireplace. It isn't easy to run the cable to a further location to hide all associates boxes. Also, at the time of my purchase, a 15meter cable was $200-300 and a separate purchase from the TV. We purchased both a walnut frame and a white frame for the TV at an additional $150 a piece.
Overall - we love it, just cost a little bit more in the long run with supplemental purchases and installation (+ costs associated with Art my wife wanted). Picture quality is acceptable for the aesthetics but won't replace your high end TV or please a visualo-phile(is there a word for this? Audiophile but for graphics)
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Do these have issues with burn-in or shortened lifetime because they are essentially always on?
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Do these have issues with burn-in or shortened lifetime because they are essentially always on?
It's LCD so probably not.
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Do these have issues with burn-in or shortened lifetime because they are essentially always on?
Still too early to tell as the tech is newer but it's QLED so shouldn't.
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Still too early to tell as the tech is newer but it's QLED so shouldn't.
QLED is just LCD so no it won't have burn in.
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Note that according to other press releases/support pages by Samsung, only the 50"+ models of the 2019 QLED lineups support Freesync (or else I'd have the 43" in a cart already and be planning on how to re-decorate everything around it for a "hides away when not in use" wall mounted computer setup, lol).

The manual does mention Freesync settings, but there is no clarification in the specs for any of these.
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I was looking forward on getting these TV's but recently learnt in a review that these are LED backlight and don't have local array dimming as the Q70r QLED and up
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I was looking forward on getting these TV's but recently learnt in a review that these are LED backlight and don't have local array dimming as the Q70r QLED and up
I can't substantiate this, but a post in the previous deal said that the panel in these is basically equivalent to the Q60
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I've had the 2018 version of this for a year now. It is very sleek up on the wall and everyone who comes over think it looks amazing and are surprised to see it's a tv and not just a digital frame.
For what it's worth - My biggest issue is/was hiding the cable. Even though it is a small, single cable, we have it installed over a fireplace. It isn't easy to run the cable to a further location to hide all associates boxes. Also, at the time of my purchase, a 15meter cable was $200-300 and a separate purchase from the TV. We purchased both a walnut frame and a white frame for the TV at an additional $150 a piece.
Overall - we love it, just cost a little bit more in the long run with supplemental purchases and installation (+ costs associated with Art my wife wanted). Picture quality is acceptable for the aesthetics but won't replace your high end TV or please a visualo-phile(is there a word for this? Audiophile but for graphics)
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I've had the 2018 version of this for a year now. It is very sleek up on the wall and everyone who comes over think it looks amazing and are surprised to see it's a tv and not just a digital frame.
For what it's worth - My biggest issue is/was hiding the cable. Even though it is a small, single cable, we have it installed over a fireplace. It isn't easy to run the cable to a further location to hide all associates boxes. Also, at the time of my purchase, a 15meter cable was $200-300 and a separate purchase from the TV. We purchased both a walnut frame and a white frame for the TV at an additional $150 a piece.
Overall - we love it, just cost a little bit more in the long run with supplemental purchases and installation (+ costs associated with Art my wife wanted)
What kind of cable are you saying costs 200-300?
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What kind of cable are you saying costs 200-300?
The Cable that connects to the One Connect box is a proprietary fiber optic cable. I assume I should have read if that's still the set up for the 2019 version too. The tv comes with a 5 meter cable I think, but I needed a longer one for my set up at home.
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Nice deal on the latest model, and 55" does seem to be the sweet spot... but it's SO hard to justify when I can get a new OLED for the same price. I know, I know, two totally different use cases, but still.
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I just bought one from Samsung a few days ago at a much higher price.
Is there any way to get Samsung to match the price? It seems like such a waste to have to return to Samsung and then buy a new one from Amazon.
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I've had the 2018 version of this for a year now. It is very sleek up on the wall and everyone who comes over think it looks amazing and are surprised to see it's a tv and not just a digital frame.
For what it's worth - My biggest issue is/was hiding the cable. Even though it is a small, single cable, we have it installed over a fireplace. It isn't easy to run the cable to a further location to hide all associates boxes. Also, at the time of my purchase, a 15meter cable was $200-300 and a separate purchase from the TV. We purchased both a walnut frame and a white frame for the TV at an additional $150 a piece.
Overall - we love it, just cost a little bit more in the long run with supplemental purchases and installation (+ costs associated with Art my wife wanted). Picture quality is acceptable for the aesthetics but won't replace your high end TV or please a visualo-phile(is there a word for this? Audiophile but for graphics)
I pulled the trigger on the 2018 model from Buydig.com a month ago for the same price. It's still in the box as we're waiting on renovations to finish before hanging. Just curious, but have you looked into 2018 vs. 2019 differences? Thinking about returning 2018 and purchasing 2019, but not sure if it's worth the hassle.

I did read that a popular feature in the 2018 model was inexplicably dropped from the 2019 model.
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