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BSIMB digital picture frame reviews – can you play music?

BSIMB digital picture frame reviews

Does BSIMB digital picture frame have family sharing option? BSIMB frames support up to 30-user connection which enables you to have all family members to share photos from anywhere in the world. You can share up to 30-second video clips to the frame. The frame will play the footages in slideshow. It has all the basic features of a digital picture frame and the picture quality is also good. Get details in BSIMB digital picture frame reviews.

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In the box

  • 1 x 15.6 Inch Digital Picture Frame
  • 1 x USB Cable
  • 1 x US Adapter
  • 1 x User Manual (English)
  • 1 x Warranty Card

Pros & Cons


  • Great resolution
  • Compact & Lightweight
  • Internal storage of about 12 GB
  • Display photos vertically or horizontally and automatically rotate
  • Has motion sensor
  • Easy to use/setup
  • The frame is a touch screen and works very well
  • More than one person can send photos to the frame


  • You can only select 9 photos at a time to send via the app
  • Slight delay for motion sensor

Specs – BSIMB digital picture frame

  • Weight: 2.51 Pounds
  • Dimensions: 16.46 X 10.24 X 0.75 Inches
  • Display IPS Remote Control 1920×1080 Resolution
  • Aspect Ratio 16:9
  • Memory card Type Built-in 16 GB Memory, Support SD / MMC/ SDHC/ USB/ Mini USB
  • Interface’s
  • Mini USB-3.5mm Audio Power Port
  • Output voltage 12V 2A
  • Auto Power ON/OFF Support
  • Support The Photo Format JPEG/ BMP/ GIF/ TIF/ PNG
  • Support Audio Format Mp3 / WMA / OGG / AAC / APE / FLAC / WAV
  • Support Video Format MPEG1/ MPEG2/ MPEG4 (Divx4.0,Divx5.0, Xvid)/ AVI/ M-JPEG/ MKV/ WMV/ ASF MOV/MP4/ H.264/ 3GP, also support 1080P videos
  • Auto Play Picture Music/Video/MP3
  • Time setting Year – Month – Day – Hour – Minute

BSIMB digital picture frame comparison

Vision 9Vision 10L WoodVision 15 Plus
Screen Size9 Inch10.1 Inch15 Inch
Built-in Storage16GB16GB16GB
Display Resolution1024×768 IPS1280×800 IPS1024×768
Control MethodTouch ScreenTouch ScreenTouch Screen
Wall Mountable
Dual OrientationLandscape only
MultifunctionsMotion sensor/Picture/ Video/Background Music/Calendar/Clock/ Weather/AlarmMotion sensor/Picture/ Video/Background Music/Calendar/Clock/ Weather/AlarmMotion sensor/Picture/ Video/Background Music/Calendar/Clock/ Weather/Alarm
Connectivity TechnologyMicro SD/Micro USBMicro SD/Micro USBMicro SD, USB2.0, Micro USB

BSIMB digital picture frame reviews


BSIMB digital picture frame is black and the BSIMP logo is in bright white on the frame. It measures at 10.43 x 7.24 x 0.94 inches and it weighs 12 ounces.  I also liked the multiple options they gave to connect to device like USB, WIFI, etc.  You plug it into a wall socket for power. 


This digital picture frame is really cool. It’s motion sensor works well and starts showing pictures whenever someone walks by. BSIMB smart digital frame is featured with 1280 x 800 HD screen in IPS extra-wide viewing angle display. Touch screen makes it super easy to use.


The frame can store up to 40,000 pictures with built-in 16 GB storage. It also supports Micro SD card and USB drive (up to 32 GB) for the extended storage if needed. 

Photo share

The app works great for directly sending pictures to the frame, and was very easy to set up. I can upload the pictures, videos and music and wherever this frame is, it will automatically syncs with the device.


BSIMB digital picture frame app is easy to use. I get text messages all the time about how excited they are to see a new picture pop up. It’s more tablet than frame I’d say, with weather and time on constant display. 

The controls to change your preferences are easy to navigate with the touch screen. You are able to change slideshow duration (from 5 seconds to 5 minutes), slideshow transition effect (4 choices and random), motion sensor duration (30 seconds to 30 minutes, or continuous display), dual screen, auto-rotate, etc. Settings keep even if the frame is powered off. 

Alternate of BSIMB digital picture frame

Facebook Portal

  • Screen size: 10-inch touchscreen
  • Resolution: 1280×800 pixels
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Dimensions: 260 x 175 x 141 mm
  • Sources: App, social media
  • Remote control: No
  • Cloud storage: Unlimited (free)
  • Orientation: Portrait/landscape (automatic)
  • Wall-mounting: No

+Vibrant smart display

+Chic contemporary design


-Fixed stand is too big for some shelves-Sleeps after an hour without motion

Up front, the 10-inch display is vibrant and responsive, with good detail and colour reproduction. The panel is quite reflective, but there’s enough brightness to counter glare – though this dips when viewing from a 45-degree angle.

Primarily a device for calling friends and family, Facebook’s social screen does a side-gig as a slick digital photo frame. Styled like a floating box frame with neat lines and a quality finish, it’s an attractive fit for contemporary shelves – provided there’s space for the supporting leg. The stand can prop the Portal in portrait or landscape, but it sticks out by 12cm – and the power cable exits from its end, so it can’t sit flush against your wall. 

Setup is straightforward and the slick touchscreen interface is matched by the polished partner app. Photos can be sourced from Facebook, Instagram or your smart device, then sorted into albums which can be individually enabled. 

You do need a Facebook or WhatsApp account to activate the Portal, which will be a negative factor for some – but with Alexa, Spotify and family apps included, it’s certainly a feature-packed frame.

You can’t change how the Superframe slideshow is sorted or tweak the transition style, though – only the duration of each slide. Nor can you extend the sleep setting beyond an hour: if the Portal’s sensor doesn’t detect motion for 60 minutes, it’ll automatically sleep. Not a major issue, unless you position the Portal on a high shelf or in a far corner where it misses any movement.

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