Enjoy a new collection of gaming artwork, inspired by the greatest games in Xbox history, available exclusively for the Frame
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd announced their latest collaboration with Xbox to introduce “Xbox Through The Years” to the Frame—a new collection of iconic gaming artwork available exclusively on The Frame Art Store.
For years, Samsung and Xbox have partnered to consistently deliver cutting-edge TV gaming experiences—with Samsung being the official TV partner of Xbox Series X in the United States and Canada. Now, that partnership expands to celebrate Xbox’s beloved library of games with “Xbox Through The Years.” Frame owners will now be able to display beautiful artwork from their favorite games—from Halo to BioShock—in the stunning 4K and incredible lifelike colors that define the Frame viewing experience. They will be able to display these images featuring popular game titles at no additional cost.
“Our partnership with Samsung allows Frame owners to take a trip through system history and celebrate their favorite games through breathtaking graphic art,” said Marcos Waltenberg, Director of Xbox Global Partnerships. “We’re excited with ‘Xbox Through the Years’ to continue building on our years of successful collaboration with Samsung, now around Xbox Series X, Xbox’s fastest and most powerful console ever.”
This latest partnership continues the Frame’s mission of transforming the TV from a display to a stunning work of art that reflects your personal style. For more of your favorite content, The Frame Art Store allows subscribers to display over 1,400 works of art, from contemporary photography to impressionist masterpieces, all curated by experts. It’s a collection constantly growing through new partnerships—so there’s something for everyone.
For more information on The Frame, please visit www.samsung.com.
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