Samsung has become the world's largest TV maker for 14 years in a row, according to IHS Markit, a statistical agency, according to South Korean media.
Specifically, in 2019, Samsung TV's market share of shipments reached 19.8%. If you calculate the revenue, the share of Samsung TV is as high as 30.9%, an increase of 1.9 percentage points year on year.
The second is LG (12.2%) and the third is TCL (9.2%). LG (16.3%) was second in sales, and Sony (9.4%) was third. In particular, Samsung accounts for 52.4% of high-end TVs over $2500, followed by Sony 24.7%.
Samsung's qled quantum dot TVs account for 12.1% of its total TV sales, doubling year-on-year. Of the 6 million qled TVs sold last year, 3.32 million came from Samsung.
Samsung sold twice as many qled TVs as LG OLED TVs last year, the report said.
Even so, of course, it doesn't prevent Samsung and LG from continuing to pinch on both the QLED and OLED panels, which say they don't burn screens, and that Samsung's QLED is the outer skin of an LCD