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Samsung the Frame 2020 vs 2019 (QN43LS03T vs QN43LS03R, QN50LS03T vs QN49LS03R, QN55LS03T vs QN55LS03R, QN65LS03T vs QN65LS03R)

by on July 1, 2020
 



Samsung the Frame 2020 vs 2019 Review

Samsung the Frame TV is specifically designed to blend into your décor on the wall. This is not just a TV, but also can act as the wall décor to showcase beautiful work of art when the TV is turned OFF. In order to look like real artwork, it has customizable border and has no gap when mounted on the wall. Meanwhile, for connectivity, their inputs/outputs are housed on separated box called “One Connect Box”. To deliver good picture quality with vibrant color, this TV uses Samsung’s QLED technology that can produce wide color gamut and excellent native contrast ratio. But even so, since the QLED technology is based on VA panel, its side viewing angle coverage is poor.

In this year, Samsung the Frame 2020 TV comes with more number of screen sizes variant than the 2019 version. If Samsung the Frame 2019 comes in 4 screen sizes options including 43 inches (QN43LS03RAFXZA), 49 inches (QN49LS03RAFXZA), 55 inches (QN55LS03RAFXZA), and 65 inches (QN43LS03RAFXZA). Meanwhile, in addition that is found on 2019 including 43 inches (QN43LS03TAFXZA), 50 inches (QN50LS03TAFXZA), 55 inches (QN55LS03TAFXZA), and 65 inches (QN65LS03TAFXZA), the Frame 2020 is also available on 32 inches (QN32LS03TBFXZA) and 75 inches (QN75LS03TAFXZA). There is a bit change where the 49 inches variant of the Frame 2019 is changed with 50 inches variant. As a newer model, what new features and improvements are offered by the 2020 model over the 2019 model and is its performance better than the predecessors?

Short Review of Samsung the Frame 2020 and 2019

Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 Specification

Technology and Features Samsung the Frame 2020 Samsung the Frame 2019
Screen Size Available 32 inches (QN32LS03TBFXZA), 43 Inches (QN43LS03TAFXZA), 50 inches (QN50LS03TAFXZA), 55 inches (QN55LS03TAFXZA), 65 inches (QN65LS03TAFXZA), 75 (QN75LS03TAFXZA) 43 Inches (QN43LS03RAFXZA), 49 inches (QN49LS03RAFXZA), 55 inches (QN55LS03RAFXZA), 65 inches (QN65LS03RAFXZA)
Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160) 4K (3840 x 2160)
Panel Technology VA Panel with QLED Technology VA Panel with QLED Technology
Backlight Technology Edge-Lit LED Edge-Lit LED
Local Dimming Technology No No
Dimming Technology Supreme UHD Dimming Supreme UHD Dimming
Processor Quantum Processor 4K Quantum Processor 4K
HDR Enhancement Quantum HDR 4X Quantum HDR 4X
HDR Supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ HDR10, HLG, HDR10+
Color Technology Quantum Dot Quantum Dot
Up-Scaling Engine 4K AI Up-Scaling 4K AI Up-Scaling
Motion Technology Motion Rate 240 (32” variant : Motion Rate 60, 43” and 50” variant : Motion Rate 120) Motion Rate 240 (43” and 49”: Motion Rate 120)
Native Refresh Rate Panel 120 Hz (32”, 43”, and 50” variant : 60 Hz) 120 Hz (43” and 49” variant: 60 Hz
VRR Support HDMI Forum and FreeSync (32” variant : Not Support VRR, 43” and 50” variant: HDMI Forum only) HDMI Forum and FreeSync (32” variant : Not Support VRR, 43” and 49” variant: HDMI Forum only)
Smart TV Platform Tizen 2019 with Bixby Voice Assistant Tizen 2019 with Bixby Voice Assistant
Processor Quad Core Quad Core
Support Google Assistant Yes Yes
Support Amazon Alexa Yes Yes
Remote TM2050C TM1950C
Speaker Channel 2.2 channel (32”, 43” 50” variant: 2.0) 2.2 channel (43” and 49” variant: 2.0)
Total Sound Output 40 watts (32”, 43” 50” variant: 20 watts) 40 watts (43” and 49” variant: 20 watts)
HDMI Ports 4 3
HDMI Supports HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.1 (HDMI 4) HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2
USB 2.0 2 2
USB 3.0 No No

Technology and Features of Samsung the Frame 2020 and the Frame 2019

Design

Since Samsung the Frame is not focused on Picture quality only, it is a television that put appearance first instead picture quality. And of course, natural and excellent design is the most important aspect that becomes the attention of the Frame 2020 and 2019. At a glance, there are not many differences between them 2020 model and 2019 model. A bit difference is on the back and their panel. If the Frame 2019 has cylinder shape stand, the stand of the Frame 2020 is thinner and has a more industrial design. Meanwhile, the other difference, the back of the Frame 2019 has a cover to hide the mounting hole when you put the TV on the table while the Frame 2020 doesn’t have.

Frame of Samsung the Frame

Ignoring their difference, both of Samsung the Frame 2020 and 2019 have excellent design. The base body of The Frame is a polished black metal. Meanwhile, their border attaches to the body magnetically. This aims so that you can change the color of the borders according to your liking. If you don’t like color of their default border (black), you can buy a border separately with a variety of color such as white, beige, brown, clay beige, burgundy red, etc.

Since Samsung the Frame TV use One Connect Box as the house of their connectivity, there is only a single cable that lead up to the TV. There is small groove that serve and guides this cable towards the bottom of the TV. This allows the TV is mounted on the wall without gaps.

Panel Technology

Quantum Dot Technology

As their panel technology, both of Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 adopts the panel of Samsung’s QLED TV. They use VA panel that supported by Quantum Dot technology. As is typical of a TV with VA panel, they both also have excellent native contrast ratio that makes them can produce deep black. But on the other hand, this makes them have poor side viewing angle. Some of premium VA TVs such as Samsung Q80T or Q90T may have an anti glare optical panel that can improve their side viewing angle, but both of them don’t have this technology. Meanwhile, the use of quantum dot panel technology makes them can deliver wide color gamut. And as their backlight technology, they both use Edge-Lit backlight that makes their panel is slim. But unfortunately, they both don’t have any local dimming technologies that can improve their performance in a dark room.

Images Processor

As their images processor, both of the Samsung the Frame 2020 and 2019 are powered by an intelligence image processor called Quantum Processor 4K. In addition this processor can process HDR images excellently, this processor has an ability to make them have some AI-related features such as Adaptive Brightness, Adaptive Sound, and Adaptive Sound. Additionally, this image processor also makes the algorithm of their up-scaling engine has been also based on AI. Expected, the lower resolution images can be up-converted fairly well and the resulted images look as detail as or at least close to native 4K resolution. Meanwhile, they both support more than one HDR format. IN addition to HDR10, they both also support HLG and HDR10+. But unfortunately, they both don’t support Dolby Vision.

Art Mode / Ambient Mode

One of the most distinctive features of the Samsung the Frame that is not found on the other models of Samsung TV is Art Mode. Instead of black screen, this setting allows the TV displays your personal photo, landscapes, artworks, or paintings when it is in standby. To support it, Samsung has partnered with a number of renowned galleries and museums from around the world that provide hundreds of artworks. Technically, when you buy Samsung the Frame, you will get 20 for free. But even so, to get a wider variety of them, you must upgrade to a paid monthly subscription. But if you want to pay, there’s a lot of other background fodder you can use without paying a penny. But of course, they are not as good as the paid one.

In addition to art mode, you can also set the TV to Ambient mode when it is standby mode. There are a lot of choices you can try such as customizable color gradients, ambient animations, clock faces, real time weather, news headline, etc. All of these certainly makes Samsung the Frame is different to other models of Samsung’s 2020 TV.

Motion Technology

The motion technology of Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 are depending on the screen sizes. For 55 inches variant or bigger, they are powered by Motion Rate 240 and have native 120 Hz refresh rate panel. Meanwhile, for their 43 inches variant and 49 inches variant of the Frame 2020 or 43 inches and 50 inches variant of the Frame 2019, they are powered by Motion Rate 120 and have native 60 Hz refresh rate panel. And special for the 32 inches variant of the Frame 2020, it is powered by Motion Rate 60 and has native 60 Hz refresh rate panel. In addition to native refresh rate panel, except the 32 inches variant of the Frame 2020, they all support also support Variable Refresh Rate panel. For the 55 inches or larger, their VRR technology is compatible with FreeSync and HDMI Forum while for 50 inches variant of smaller, their VRR technology only support HDMI Forum VRR.  Since they have a lot of variant, this comparison will refer to their 55 inches model of higher which have native 120 Hz refresh rate panel.

To dim their backlight, both of Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 use PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) dimming system. Normally, their dimming frequency is 240 Hz. Since their dimming frequency is high frequency this makes their screen’s flicker is hard to notice for most people. Nevertheless, their dimming frequency can change depending on the mode. On the Frame 2019, their dimming frequency will drop to 120 Hz when the TV is set in “Game” mode or “Auto Motion Plus is set to either “Auto” or “Custom”.  Meanwhile, on the Frame 2020, enable the “Picture Clarity” will change their dimming frequency to 120 Hz. Additionally, they both also have an optional 60 Hz BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode that can help make motion smoother. To enable this feature, you just need to enable “LED Clear Motion” and their dimming frequency will further drop to 60 Hz. This is very useful to make motion much smoother, particularly when they are playing 60 fps content. But on the other hand, since their screen flickers at low frequency, this may hurt some people who sensitive to flicker.

Connectivity

Samsung the Frame is including few models of the Samsung’s 2020 or 2019 lineup which use “One Connect Box”. As we have known, since most of their inputs are housed on this Box, this can save their cable management, particularly that lead up to the TV where this only needs one single cable. Meanwhile, the connection to the other devices is served by One Connect Box that you can put away from the TV.

One Connect Box

One of One connect Box Variant

Meanwhile, as their major connectivity, they both are equipped with 4 HDMI ports. However, there is a bit improved brought by the Frame 2020 over the Frame 2019. IN addition to HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2 and ARC (HDMI 3) that also supported by the Frame 2019, one of HDMI ports of the Frame 2020 (HDMI 4) also already supports HDMI 2.1 Full bandwidth. This makes the Frame 2020 can accept HFR signal over HDMI connection. Additionally, the Frame 2020 also already supports eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel) on HDMI 3, allows it can receive high-quality object-based audio like Dolby Atmos via True HD over HDMI connection. On the other hand, the Frame 2019 doesn’t support HDMI 2.1 and eARC.

While they have the same number of HDMI ports, the Frame 2020 is equipped with less number of USB ports than the Frame 2019. If Samsung the Frame 2019 has 3 USB ports, the Frame 2020 has 2 USB ports only. But even so, all of their USB ports are USB 2.0 and none of their USB ports which support USB 3.0. In addition to HDMI and USB ports, they both also have 1 Tuner In (RF In), 1 Digital Audio Out (optical), and 1 Ethernet port. For wireless connection, they both are equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Smart TV Platform

Samsung Tizen Experience

Like other model of Samsung’s TV, both of Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 run Tizen OS as their smart TV platform. However, the version of their Tizen is different where the Frame 2020 comes with 2020 version while the 2019 comes with 2019 version.  Nevertheless, there is not much noticeably improvement offered by the 2020 version over the 2019 version. As we have known, Tizen OS has intuitive user interface with customizable app selection. This certainly make the navigation is easier and faster where you can send your favorite apps to the front while the rarely used apps can be sent to back. As we have known, just like the Android TV, Tizen OS also has good selection of pre-installed apps. There are VoD service such as YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, etc, Web Browser, Live TVs, Games, and much others. Meanwhile, their apps store is served by Samsung Apps Store that provides tons of apps, games, theme, etc you can directly download from your Samsung TV including the Frame 2020 and 2019. Their Smart TV platform also already has built-in navigation. It provides some options for voice assistant support such as Google Voice Assistant, Amazon Alexa, or Samsung’s own voice assistant called Bixby.

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Samsung the Frame 2020 Samsung the Frame 2019
32 inches QN32LS03TBFXZA on Amazon
43 inches QN43LS03TAFXZA on Amazon QN43LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
49 inches QN49LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
50 inches QN50LS03TAFXZA on Amazon
55 Inches QN55LS03TAFXZA on Amazon QN55LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
65 inches QN65LS03TAFXZA on Amazon QN65LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
75 inches QN75LS03TAFXZA on Amazon

Samsung the Frame 2020 vs the Frame 2019 Performance

Black Level and Contrast

Samsung the Frame 2020 bring the improvement in contrast ratio over predecessor the 2019. If native contrast ratio of Samsung the Frame 2019 is around 4500:1, native contrast ratio of the Frame 2020 model is around 8000:1. This certainly makes the 2020 model can produce deeper black than the 2019 model. Additionally, the Frame 2020 also has a bit better dark uniformity than the 2019.The result, dark scene looks better on the screen of the 2020 model than the 2019 model. But even so, although not as deep as the Frame 2020, black level produced by the Frame 2019 is actually also deep enough to show blacks of images so looks really black in a dark room that certainly also makes it is a good performer in a dark room. But unfortunately, they both don’t have any local dimming that can improve their performance in a dark room. So, when they are showing small highlight like subtitle in movies, some blooming may be still visible around it.

Winner: The Frame 2020

Peak Brightness

SDR Peak Brightness

Samsung the Frame 2020 offers improvements in SDR peak brightness than the Frame 2019. If with real content, peak brightness reached by Samsung the Frame 2019 is around 400 nits, the Frame 2020 can get 100 nits brighter, which is around 500 nits. Meanwhile, the characteristic of peak brightness produced by them is same. Except on 2%, their peak brightness is relatively consistent in any windows size that means it is good, which is around 450 nits for the Frame 2019 and around 530 nits for the Frame 2020. Meanwhile, since they both don’t have any local dimming feature, to prevent excessive blooming when they are showing small highlight, their peak brightness is dropped by their TV CE Dimming to around 275 nits for the Frame 2020 and around 225 nits for the Frame 2019.

Ignoring the superiority of the Frame 2020, their peak brightness is equally bright enough to fight the glare in most bright rooms, make the picture displayed on their screen looks obviously in most bright rooms. But of course, since the Frame 2020 has brighter peak brightness, the picture displayed on its screen will look more obviously in brighter room than the Frame 2019.

HDR Peak Brightness

Meanwhile, with HDR Content, they both can only get a bit brighter than their SDR peak brightness. With real content, the Frame 2020 hit around 525 nits while the Frame 2019 gets around 410 nits. But even so, the characteristic of their peak brightness is same to SDR where except on 2% window, their peak brightness is relatively no variance, which is around 560 nits for the Frame 2020 and around 450 nits for the Frame 2019. Just like their SDR peak brightness, on 2% window, their peak brightness drop to around 300 nits for the Frame 2020 and below 200 nits for the Frame 2019. With HDR peak brightness reached by them, they both can deliver good HDR experience in a dark room only, while in bright rooms, HDR images displayed on their screen doesn’t look much different to SDR images, particularly for the Frame 2019. Additionally, since their peak brightness drops on 2% window, small highlight cannot be pop in HDR. And since the Frame 2020 has brighter HDR peak brightness, in brighter rooms, it can deliver better HDR images than the Frame 2019.

Winner: The Frame 2020

Color Performance

Color Gamut and Volume

In addition to contrast ratio and peak brightness, Samsung the Frame 2020 also offer a bit improvement over the Frame 2019 on color reproduction. In DCI P3 color space where most HDR formats supported by them are mastered, the Frame 2020 can deliver a bit wider color gamut than the Frame 2019. If Samsung the Frame 2019 can cover around 86% of DCI P3 xy and around 93% of DCI P3 uv color space, the Frame 2020 can cover around 89% of DCI P3 xy color space and around 94% of DCI P3 uv color space. Additionally, since the Frame 2020 has higher contrast ratio, brighter peak brightness, and wider color gamut, these makes it has better color volume than the Frame 2019. However, basically, they both can show their wide color gamut at their entire brightness range. Except very bright blues, they can show both deep dark colors and saturated bright colors fairly well. But even so, ignoring their differences, combination of their wide color gamut and color volume is good enough to show colorful HDR images the way they should in HDR.

Wide color gamut

The image is only illustration

Color Gradient

Meanwhile, since they are powered by the same images processors, they both have similar color gradient and their color gradient is very impressive. Even though some bending may be still visible in a gray and green, but in normal content, they should not be noticeable in normal content, and in general, color gradient of HDR images displayed on their screen look very smooth. Nevertheless, if you are sensitive to banding and it may bother you, you can enable “Digital Clean View” to remove most of banding that may visible. But on the other hand, enabling this feature can cause the image lose some fine details in certain scenes.

Winner: The Frame 2020

Side Viewing Angle

As is typical of LED TVs with VA panel, both of Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 also have poor side viewing angle. Some premium TVs that use VA panel like Samsung Q90T or Q80T may have an anti glare optical layer that can improve their side viewing angle coverage, but both of the Frame 2019 and 2020 don’t have this technology. Started at around 15 degrees off center and front, their black level will rise. Additionally, at around 20 degrees, their color also starts to shift and look washed-out at around 25 degrees. And around 30 degrees, brightness of the picture displayed on their screen will also start to drop. This means, both of them are not suitable for you who have a room with wide seating for watching TVs.

Winner: Draw (Equally poor)

Motion Handling

The pixel response time of Samsung the Frame 2020 is not as low as the Frame 2019. If the response time of the Frame 2019 is around 10 ms, the response time of the Frame 2020 is around 14 ms. However, in general, their pixel response time is low enough to make motion looks clearly on their screen and the impact that influenced by their difference in response time is not too significant.  Following fast moving object, there is only a short faint trail most of people should not notice it. Meanwhile, blur that may be visible is more due to persistence blur or duplications that caused by their backlight flicker. But just we have mentioned above, they both have an optional both 60 Hz and 120 Hz BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode that can help to make motion smoother. When playing 60 fps content, you just need to enable “LED Clear Motion” on both. Meanwhile, when playing 120 fps content, the only way to get 120 Hz BFI on the Frame 2019 is set its picture mode to “Game Mode”. On the other hand, to get 120 HZ BFI on the Frame 2020, you just need to enable “Picture Clarity”.

Pixel Response timemobil

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Meanwhile, when playing 24p movies, they are equally good performer. Regardless the source of the movies, they both can show them smoothly with judder-free.  This means, no matter the source is native 24p movies such as Blu-Ray or DVD movies, 24p movies via 60i signals likes movies from satellite TV, 24p movies via 60p signals like movies from streaming devices, or 24p movies from native apps such as YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, all of them will be shown smoothly on their screen. To remove the judder, on Samsung the Frame 2019, you must set the “Auto Motion Plus” to “Custom” and set both sliders to “0”. Meanwhile, on the Frame 2020, he “Picture Clarity” must be set to “Custom” and both Blur and Judder Reduction sliders to “0”. Keep in mind, this review is not as true to their 50 inches variant or smaller.

Winner: The Frame 2019

Input Lags

Samsung the Frame 2020 has a bit lower input lags than the Frame 2019 in Game Mode, particularly on 60 Hz. Except at 4K resolution with HDR where it input lag is a bit higher, the input lags of the Frame 2020 are around 10 ms at almost all resolution of 60 fps content. Meanwhile, at 4K resolution with HDR, its input lag is around 15 ms.  On the other hand, with 60 fps content, the input lags of the Frame 2019 is around 14 ms regardless the resolution, except 4K with HDR, which is around 17 ms.  Meanwhile, with 120 fps content, their input lags are almost similar, which are around 6 ms at both 1080p and 1440p resolution.  With VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) enabled, their input lags are almost similar, which are around 6 ms at both 1080p and 1440p resolution and 14 ms at 4K resolution.  With their input lags, can be ascertained, they both are very responsive when used for playing any games. Let alone they both already support VRR technology that improve their game experience, this certainly will please most gamers.

Winner: The Frame 2020

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Samsung the Frame 2020 Samsung the Frame 2019
32 inches QN32LS03TBFXZA on Amazon
43 inches QN43LS03TAFXZA on Amazon QN43LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
49 inches QN49LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
50 inches QN50LS03TAFXZA on Amazon
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Conclusion

For watching movies

Both Samsung the Frame 2020 and 2019 are good TVs for watching movies in a dark room. Since they both have good native contrast ratio, they both can produce deep black that makes black of images still look really black in a dark room. Additionally, they both also have good black uniformity, makes dark scene can be shown fairly well. The other positive points that offered by them is their good performance in handling 24p movies. But unfortunately, they both don’t have any local dimming feature that can improve their performance in a dark room and minimize blooming around small highlight. So when they are showing small highlight like subtitle in movies, there are still visible blooming around subtitle albeit their CE dimming has dropped their peak brightness on small window. Meanwhile, since the Frame 2020 has better performance in almost all aspects, of course, when used to watch movies, it is better than the Frame 2019 predecessor.

Winner: The Frame 2020

For Watching Sports

Both of the Samsung the Frame 2019 and 2020 are also good TVs for watching sports. They both have good SDR peak brightness and combined to their good reflection handling allows you to watch sports in most bright rooms without any serious issue. Additionally, combination of their fast pixel response time and their BFI mode at both 60 Hz and 120 Hz also allows you to watch fast sports with smooth and clear motion.  But unfortunately, their side viewing angle coverage is poor. This will become an issue when you watch a big game with a group of your friends or family where most of you may not get the best viewing, particularly for you who sit on the edge of the seat.  Meanwhile, compare between them, the Frame 2019 is better in motion handling that makes fast sports looks a bit smoother. On the other hand, the Frame 2020 is better in SDR peak brightness, makes the picture looks more obviously in brighter room.

Winner: The Frame 2019 is better in motion, the Frame 2020 is better in brighter room

Video Games

When used for playing games, their performance is also equally great. In addition to they both have good pixel response time that makes fast games looks very smooth, they both also have great input lags in Game mode at any resolution and frame rate. No matter you play 60 fps or 120 fps games, 4K, 1440p, or 4K games, with HDR or not, you will play them without delay time, even for fast paced games that require fast reflexes. And for further improve your game experience, they both also already support VRR technology that compatible with FreeSync and HDMI Forum, allows you to play games with screen tearing-free.  Meanwhile, in comparison, the Frame 2019 is better in motion of fast games due it has a bit lower faster response. On the other hand, the Frame 2020 is a bit more responsive due it has lower pixel response time and this is more pronounced particularly for fast paced games that require fast reflexes.

Winner: The Frame 2019 is a bit better in motion, the Frame 2020 is a bit more responsive.

HDR Experience

When used for watching HDR content, their performance is only decent. They both may have good native contrast ratio that allow them can produce deep dark and have good black uniformity, but they both don’t have any local dimming feature that can further improve their performance in a dark room. Additionally, they both may also have wide color gamut and excellent color gradient, make appearance of color of HDR images look excellently on their screen. But unfortunately, their HDR peak brightness is only decent and only bright enough to make HDR images looks well in a dark room. Meanwhile, in a bright room, HDR images displayed on their screen doesn’t look much different to SDR.  Let alone their peak brightness in 2% window is precisely much dimmer than larger window, of course, they are not able to show outstanding highlight in HDR. Compare between them, Samsung the Frame 2020 is better than the Frame 2019 since it has higher native contrast ratio, brighter HDR peak brightness, wider color gamut and better color volume.

Winner: The Frame 2020

Summary

As we have discussed above, both of Samsung the Frame 2020 is not launched for picture quality only, but also design. They both have excellent design that will be adorning your walls. Meanwhile, talking about their features and technologies, they both adopt the technology of Samsung’s QLED TV. Their performance sits between the Q70T and Q60T. In term design, there are not many improvements offered by the newer model, but in term of performance, the Frame 2020 brings a decent upgrade over the Frame 2019 predecessor. It offers improvements in native contrast ratio, peak brightness, color gamut and volume, and also input lags. Meanwhile, in term of motion handling, its performance is not better than Samsung the Frame 2019 since its pixel response time is not as low as the predecessor. So, which is a better choice between them? Since it is a newer model and it offers some upgrades over the predecessor, of course Samsung the Frame 2020 is better. But of course, in the market, it may have more expensive price than Samsung the Frame 2019.

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49 inches QN49LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
50 inches QN50LS03TAFXZA on Amazon
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65 inches QN65LS03TAFXZA on Amazon QN65LS03RAFXZA on Amazon
75 inches QN75LS03TAFXZA on Amazon

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