For the 15th year in a row, Samsung has been named the world’s top TV maker. The Korean company had the highest share of the global TV market in 2020.
Samsung Electronics has become the world’s top TV maker for the 15th year in a row, according to the Omdia Research Institute. New data released on February 23 show that Samsung accounted for 31.8% of the global TV market in the fourth quarter of 2020 based on revenue, giving Samsung a share of the global TV market for the year as a whole. 2020 will reach 31.9% in terms of revenue, which is the highest share of a brand.
Samsung became the world’s top TV maker in 2020
Samsung’s growth in the entire field of visual displays reflects the brand’s commitment to providing the ultimate in-home visual experience. Of course, the rapid growth of the brand’s QLED product line, which is now the leader in the category of ultra-large TVs with a size of over 75 inches, the development of Samsung Lifestyle products as well as a series of continuous innovations in this industry has made Samsung the world’s leading TV manufacturer. To take.
Says Junghei Han, Samsung’s director of displays:
Consumers use screens on a daily basis for entertainment, communication, work, exercise at home, and a variety of other activities. We are still proud of the trust that is placed in our display products. This will motivate us to continue to deliver advanced innovations and the best visual experience that meets the needs of today’s consumers.
Looking back at the last 15 years that Samsung has been the leader of the global TV market, we see a history of rapid growth backed by a number of innovations that have resulted in a variety of products for a wide range of consumers and a variety of applications.
Samsung expects to continue to lead the way in 2021, thanks to the introduction of new models of its flagship products along with new technologies and capabilities in all TV groups. The development of the models will include new New QLED TVs, as well as MICRO LED and lifestyle, and Samsung will implement a comprehensive program to further adapt its production processes to the goals of sustainable development and environmental protection. In the next few years, Samsung will continue to invest in R&D and product management in the strategic areas of the TV sector to further strengthen the company’s core products and new technologies.
For more information on Samsung TV products, visit www.samsung.com/ .