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Samsung and Commune sign a deal to turn Samsung’s premium TVs into works of art

A memorandum of understanding signed today between Samsung Electronics Singapore and Singapore based furniture brand Commune has opened the way for there to be a merging of art and technology on Samsung premium The Frame and The Serif QLED televisions.

The exclusive partnership is a first-of-its-kind for both Samsung and Commune and it is hoped that it will give consumers more options to elevate their home decor and living spaces.

It makes Commune the first non-electronics authorised retailer for selected Samsung TVs including The Frame and The Serif.

The Frame

Available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, The Frame comes with interchangeable bezels in a variety of colour options to allow customers the opportunity to choose what best suits them and their art.

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