09 March 2018
Samsung’s current TV lineup includes QLED TVs that offer improved picture quality, design, connectivity, and intelligence. The South Korean company has come a long way to reach a position where it’s currently standing. It has shared an infographic so as to tell its customers when this journey started and what improvements the company has made over the years.
The journey of bringing TVs to the homes of the users first started in 2006. Samsung unveiled the Bordeaux, an LCD display with an elegant, wine glass-inspired form.
In 2008, the company made use of the double injection technology for the first time and introduced the Crystal Rose LCD TV. Samsung continuously worked on enhancing the quality of every new TV lineup. Well, not just the quality, but Samsung also introduced new techs to offer an ease to its customers. In the same year, Samsung brought the world’s first 7.9mm panel too. In 2009, the company succeeded in developing a panel for forty-inch LCD televisions, with a thickness of 3.9mm.
The success graph continued to grow in 2010 as well and the firm determination and innovation allowed Samsung to bring something new to the world and become the pioneer of the same. The company launched the world’s first 3D LED TV that provided the customers a door to a world of new possibilities. For the first time, the customers experienced the immersive entertainment.
Samsung says,”new QLED TVs represent the pinnacle of this innovative history.”
The TV segment contributes high in Samsung Electronics and has been acting as one of the core reasons for increased revenue of the company every year. It’s the visionary of the company that has been helping it to bring something new to the world.
While announcing the fourth quarter and FY 2017 results, Samsung predicted that sales of its ultra-size TVs would be high as the global market is gearing up for the major international sporting events. Samsung will further bolster its leadership in the TV market by applying new technologies.
Below is the embedded infographic on Samsung’s milestone TV innovations. Have a look.