- Get 90 DAYS FREE of Amazon Music Unlimited with purchase of an eligible product. Listen FREE for 90 days. Learn more here.
Samsung QN65LS03RAFXZA Frame 43" QLED 4K UHD LS03 Series Smart TV 2019
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- 4K UHD TV: see what you’ve been missing on a crisp, clear picture that’s 4x the resolution of Full HD
- Art mode: the Frame transforms into a beautiful work of art when you’re not watching TV. Activate the built-in motion sensor so whenever you walk into the room, your TV displays one of your favorite selections
- Art Store: buy individual pieces or subscribe to an ever-increasing library of established and emerging artists’ work
- Customizable frame: elevate your space and make the frame your own by enhancing it with a frame in Black, white, beige or walnut*
- One invisible Connection: one slim cable combines your power and video gear into a single connection to the TV
Special offers and product promotions
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Product Dimensions : 96.77 x 55.63 x 4.32 cm; 11.5 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 22 April 2019
- Manufacturer : Samsung
- ASIN : B07NQZN6T4
- Item Model Number : QN43LS03RAFXZA
- Customer Reviews:
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Tv when it’s on. Art when it’s off - The frame is as much a work of art as it is a TV. With revolutionary art mode and the power of 4K UHD, the frame transforms from TV to beautiful, lifelike art that fits seamlessly into your home and décor.
Visible screen diagonal
43" / 110 cm
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Review this product
Top reviews from other countries
I'm focused on the art mode of this tv because without it, what is it? Basically a TV with a customizable frame color. Yeah, that's cool I suppose, but not the main draw. When I tried art mode, the brightness was never convincing when changing levels of ambient light in the environment. For example, when the lights in the room were up high, it wasn't too hard to tune the brightness to look like realistic art. Great. But then you turn the lights off and you can see the brightness drop in response but it doesn't drop nearly enough. You're left with an obviously glowing piece of art that sticks out like a sore thumb. So then you can go and manually adjust the brightness lower and that works just ok. If you do find a setting that looks decent in low lighting, when you turn the lights back up the screen is so dark that it's obviously not real art. It just totally misses the mark there.
In my opinion, this TV could be useful if you're going to have it in a place that consistently gets high levels of light. Perhaps an office environment? I don't know, but it definitely didn't work in my living room. For what you pay for "The Frame" features it's just not worth it. I have other complaints, too. I'm not a fan of the one cable connection. The accessories and art store are too expensive. But none of that matters because the main feature that differentiates this TV from others like it is pointless.
1. The ability to mount flush against the wall. The mount is simple, well-executed and very easy to mount the TV.
2. Customizable frame. Having different colors of frame to match the decor of the room. There is some room for improvement though. Hopefully they'll come up with other more decorative frames than the standard rectangular ones as they would look more realistically like artwork frames.
3. Art work mode is great for when you're not watching TV
Things that need to change:
4. Be aware that in order to power or use this TV you need to connect it to the "one connect" box. They market it as a selling point for having "only one wire" but for a supposed "smart TV" it's not a great idea. The way it is now, you also need to find a place to hide the one connect box then figure out a way to get the wire from the TV to the one connect box. That defeats the purpose. In this day and age of apps all I needed was a power cord for the Tv and then I can use apps on the TV for most of my entertainment. My cable company even has an app that I use! It would have been easy to add just one USB and one HDMI on the TV itself without making it bulky. Then have the one connect box for those who need extra. That's the biggest disappointment with this TV. So be aware of it and plan for it when you're buying. Otherwise great idea.
2. For what you get I think price should be cheaper. I hope other manufacturers come up with the flush mount and frame options to drive down the price.
So far I am sorely disappointed. Whoever decided to allow us mortals to use our own content never tried doing it himself.
1. Observe the pics attached. First three are of the same photo shot in portrait layout (gasp!). When shown in a list of content on an attached USB drive, the image is chopped down to fit a landscape-sized slot. Not perfect, but...ok. But if you look closer you will see some severe pixellation. Really? In this day and age you cannot even resize an image? But wait, it gets "better"!
2. Once I click "preview", the image (#2 attached), is shown full-screen. Except it has been squished to fit the landscape orientation of the TV. Really? You cannot imagine a "virtual mat" that allows for a portrait? And then....
3. I save the image into the TV, but its Art Mode (unlike the preview mode) is incapable of correctly interpreting the metadata within the image, so it is shown SIDEWAYS (see my #3). This is particularly annoying since the preview sw handles it correctly.
4. The automatic adjustment of brightness to match the ambient light (in Art Mode) is Ok. It takes 2-4 seconds for the TV to notice the change (which kinda kills the illusion of a natural painting, but fine, be like that!). What annoys me thoroughly is that when the lights in the oom go completely off, the art brightness does NOT even attempt to follow. Illusion destroyed.
5. It is possible to correctly display non-landscape images by uploading them via SmartThings app. The result is Ok (see pic #4) [ Yeah, I have not bothered with removing all the stickers and masking tape, since with every minute I get a stronger feeling that I might be returning this beast].
6. The collage options in SmartThings app are limited to two - see pic #5. Really not acceptable for uses outside of art galleries. I would expect at least a dozen of layouts, letting me mix and match at least a dozen items.
7. And if you hoped to have video content in ArtMode (a window to your favorite beach, perhaps?) - forget it. Video is not supported in Art Mode.
8. You can play your videos by selecting Source -> Mass Storage, you can even loop them. But that mode has its own issues. For starters, it completely ignores the input from the ambient light sensor.
9. What is really annoying is that while the thumbnails of your vacation photos and videos are shown all together, once you go into presentation mode, you will be looping either through photos only, or through videos only (whatever the first item in your show was). Really? Anybody knows a person who shoots stills till noon and then religiously switches to movies?
Bottom line: unless in the next five days find an app in Samsung store that makes this Tv behave like was driven to expect, it is going back. Nice folks at Best Buy told me that a software upgrade is coming "soon" but could not tell me anything specific about the improvements, so I am not holding my breath. No for this price..
The one connect box is great too. Just one cord comes down to a box you can stash somewhere that you connect all your inputs into.
Definitely spend the extra $115 to get one of the other bezel covers. It really will look like a picture on the wall.