OLED and QLED are costly, some of the cheapest OLEDs cost around USD 1,800, while the starting price of some QLEDs is USD 1,000. Moreover, 55 inches is the smallest screen size for OLEDs, while QLEDs can be much lower Source: https://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/smart-tv-market

owever, QLEDs cannot produce precisely the same level of inky blacks as pricier OLED TVs because OLED panels do not use a uniform backlight. Instead, each pixel is an LED that can be switched on and off to create colors or total darkness. By switching the LEDs off completely, OLED avoids the light pollution from the backlight that makes things look a little grey on LED TVs.
The QLED display is gaining traction with leading smart TV manufacturers unveiling new products using the same technology, which is expected to drive the segment’s growth during the forecast period. For instance, Samsung announced the launch of a new series of QLED Smart TVs, the QT67 range, in its domestic market (South Korea). These are the first QLEDs from Samsung to achieve a first-class energy efficiency rating. Similarly, in April 2021, Xiaomi launched a new Android-powered smart TV, the Mi QLED TV 75, in India. The smart TV model sports a 75-inch display that supports Ultra-HD (4K) resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, which is the company’s largest TV model to date.
In December 2021, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced the latest development in its ongoing partnership with the streaming giant, Netflix, to herald the release of the second season of its hit show, Emily in Paris, produced by MTV Entertainment Studios. Samsung’s latest line of premium products is set to push the boundaries of innovation, showcasing the brands’ ability to combine style with flagship innovation and craftmanship. Some of the Samsung products include The Serif TVs and The Sero TVs. Source: https://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/smart-tv-market








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