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Report: 4K TVs shipments of 6.4 million units during the first three quarters of 2014
TV shipments jumped technology “as soon as JK” 4K by 500 percent during the last quarter with the recovery of the global TV shipments total, according to a new report from the company “DisplaySearch DisplaySearch” DisplaySearch.
She said, “DisplaySearch Searchlight” in its quarterly report that the third quarter of this year saw a charge of more than 3 million units of TVs “As soon as K”, or what is also known TVs “Ultra HD” Ultra HD, to retail stores, bringing its total devices that were shipped during the first three quarters of 2014, up to 6.4 million.
China currently leads the market in this category of TVs that come precisely 3,840 × 2,160 pixels and represent more than 60 percent of global shipments in the fourth quarter.
Paul Gagnon, Global TV research department manager at “DisplaySearch Searchlight” and said he expected to reach TVs shipments technology “as soon as K” to the maximum extent during the next quarter, with continuing strong competition and lower prices paid shipping requests.
According to the “DisplaySearch Searchlight”, leads the global market for Samsung TVs “As soon as K ‘share is estimated at 36 percent, although the local brands, such as” Hisense “Hisense and” Chanjhunj “Changhong competes fiercely with them in the Chinese market.
The report said that the LG brand was the second commercial during the third quarter and a share of 15 percent of the “Ultra HD” global TV market, while Sony Corp. came IV and share estimated at about 9 percent of the market.
With the improvement of the total global television equipment shipments in the quarter, the television industry has suffered from weak growth for several quarters, with an average annual growth of less than 1 percent of shipments in the first half of this year, according to the “DisplaySearch DisplaySearch.”
Gagnon said that consumers who bought the first flat-panel TVs of their own in 2008 are now looking for an upgrade, with many consumers focus on the TVs in the range of 40 to 50 inches, which is larger than 32-inch TVs.
Overall, the annual global TV shipments improved by 4 percent, where she worked flat-screen TVs “LCD” LCD shipments barely offset the decline of plasma TVs old cathode TVs shipments.Viewing:-186
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