Though it's not 4K like the larger sizes in the series, it does offer a QLED display and HDR while providing the bright and vibrant colors the television series is celebrated for. It also features a new built-in stand, which is exclusive to the 32-inch model and can be turned vertically if desired.
And just like the previous releases, it maintains the ability to transform into a beautiful work of art when you're not watching television. It looks surprisingly realistic, which is thanks, in part, to the built-in light sensor that adjusts the display to the room.
Priced just shy of $600, the usual suspects don't have it available just yet but we spotted it in stock right here.