Tag Archives: samsung

Feed Subscription

Samsung Overtakes Sony in US 4K TV Market with ~50% Share

Things aren’t looking so rosy for Sony anymore, despite its initial successes in the 4K market. Although the Japanese firm established an early lead over its rivals in the first half of last year, Korean powerhouse Samsung has now emerged as the market leader for 4K TV shipments in North America, just weeks after achieving a similar feat in Europe. ... Read More »

CMI & AUO Top 4K TV Panel Market; Samsung & LG Focus On OLED

TV shipment

Chimei Innolux (CMI) and AU Optronics (AUO), a pair of Taiwanese TV panel makers, have emerged as the front runners in the market for next-generation 4K LCD display panels, taking control of more than 78% of all world shipments by the end of June this year. According to the industry analyst firm IHS iSuppli, Innolux was the biggest 4K panel ... Read More »

4K TV Price Drop Continues: Samsung Slashes £1k Off F9000 Prices

Samsung UE55F9000

Samsung has thrown down the gauntlet to rivals LG and Sony with yet another gambit in the ongoing Ultra HD TV price wars, cutting up to a grand off the price of its smaller F9000 4K TVs just weeks after their UK launch. The Korean electronics giant has slashed the asking price of its 55-inch Samsung UE55F9000 by a whopping ... Read More »

Samsung’s 55-Inch F9500 OLED TV To Hit Korea Next Week

Samsung OLED TV

Latest reports out of South Korea say that Samsung’s first OLED TVs are finally about to hit the stores next week. The Samsung 55-inch televisions are expected to be priced at around 10 million Korean won (around £5,600), which – if true – would make them less expensive than cross-town rival LG’s OLED TV models which are priced at 11 ... Read More »

LG Q1 Profits Slump As TV Sales Take A Nosedive

LG might be giving Samsung a good hiding at the minute when it comes TV development, getting both its OLED and 4K TVs into the shops ahead of its arch-rival, but when it comes to sales things are a looking a little bit disappointing. LG Q1 profts slump as TV sales take a nosedive” The world’s second-largest TV maker has ... Read More »