For 15 years, Samsung has been enjoying being the biggest brand in TVs globally. With upgraded technologies on display and cheaper prices, competitors may find it difficult to compete with Samsung TVs.
Samsung TVs continue to disappoint competitors as it maintains being the biggest brand in TVs worldwide. It intends to maintain its status as further development takes place giving no reasons for its customers to look elsewhere.
Samsung TVs as Dominant brand
Aaron Brown of express says that Samsung has been enjoying it’s being the biggest brand in TVs worldwide for the last 15 straight years. It continues to dominate global sales last year in which the three biggest competitors are not happy about. Sony, LG, and Panasonic are the closest rivals of Samsung in the TV category. According to the latest published numbers by the market research firm Omdia. Samsung garnered a 31.8% share of the world’s total TV market at the end of last year.
Samsung, the South Korean tech giant company, has been a dominant brand in many countries across the world. It completely owns a few key categories including the 75-inch or larger TVs and QLED displays.
miniLED technology for budget option
Looking ahead to the future, Samsung has already announced its intention to introduce more miniLED technologies. It comes with much smaller LEDs that are packed behind each pixel.
This technology will enable more granular control over the picture shown on the screen. Its dimming feature and deeper shades of black. Although this may not deliver the same picture quality of OLED panels it will surely bring down the price.
QLED Samsung TVs price cut
Samsung also confirmed that they will be cutting the price of its colorful QLED TVs for the next year. This will prompt people who have spent more time at home to upgrade their TV.
As for its further development in display technologies, Samsung has the reputation to show. Its custom-designed Tizen OS software for its Smart TVs has delivered a good performance in the past.
Integrated Smart Home technologies
It supports Alexa, Google Assistant, and also the Samsung-built AI assistant Bixby. It is compatible with smart home gadgets for one to control the tv at the comfort of its sofa.
Even Samsung Health is integrated into the TV with third-party home fitness streaming services, like Fiit, being subscribed. For a higher price, one can have the Object Sound Tracking+ feature that can give an immersion experience while watching. The TV’s built-in speakers continue to be used together with the overall soundscape when it is paired with a Samsung-designed soundbar. This feature is currently not available with Sony TVs and their own range of surround sound kits.
Samsung continues to work hard to further improve its Tizen OS software that supports the latest streaming services including Apple TV and Disney+. Giving viewers no reason to splurge and collect devices from Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV, or Apple TV.
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