In honor of Disney’s monumental 100th anniversary, Samsung Electronics is launching The Frame-Disney100 Edition. This special release blends Samsung’s tech prowess with Disney’s creative magic.

The limited edition comes in 55, 65, and 75-inch sizes, featuring Disney-themed bezels, 100 exclusive Disney artworks, and a charming Mickey Mouse-inspired remote.

The product is launching globally ahead of IFA 2023, and we hope to see the Frame-Disney100 Edition next week at IFA in Berlin at the Samsung Press conference on Aug.31st at City Cube. The company has not yet confirmed which new products will be exhibited.

Cheolgi Kim, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, expressed excitement about this collaboration:

“We hope this unique edition of The Frame allows more people to experience the wonderful viewing experience the TV has to offer.”

When turning on the TV, viewers are greeted with a Samsung x Disney100 logo. The Disney100 signature color – platinum silver metal – adorns the bezels, paired with a special remote celebrating the iconic Mickey Mouse.

Aside from the cool design, The Frame-Disney100 Edition offers a collection of 100 dedicated Disney artworks — curated from Disney’s renowned studios (like Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm) — all accessible through the Samsung Art Store. This collection lets fans create their own gallery of beloved characters and content, being able to choose algo from the ones already offered in the regular version of the TV (famous art found in museums and paintings from painters like Van Gogh).

The Frame, as the name says, has the proposal of turning itself from a slim TV into a piece of art. Its sleek design and 4K QLED picture quality are able to blend very nicely with home interiors. As The Frame-Disney100 Edition pays tribute to Disney’s century-long legacy, at the same time, it invites fans to experience content in a whole new artistic dimension.

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