28 brands for television screens in the markets .. and «Korean» highest demand

A survey conducted by Emirates Today revealed that there are about 28 brands of television screens of all kinds and measurements in the local markets, and belong to companies from China, South Korea, Japan and the Netherlands. Officials in technology and electronics trading companies said that Aswa


A survey conducted by Emirates Today revealed the presence of about 28 brands of television screens of all kinds and measurements in the local markets and belongs to companies from China, South Korea, Japan and the Netherlands.

In television technology and electronics companies, television screens are a fast-changing sector, leading to the disappearance of such screens as plasma and LCD, and 32-inch screens were the highest Demand, in previous periods, while the measurements of 40 and 50 inches, the most currently requested, adding that the screens of Korean origin more demand from consumers.

Chinese screens

In a survey of Emirates Today, there are about 28 brands of television screens of various kinds, with Chinese screens having the largest share in terms of number of screens, while the countries of origin of the other screens vary for companies from South Korea, Japan and the Netherlands.

"The emergence of many new models in the screens market continuously enables the provision of low-priced screens, which in turn increases consumer demand," explained Abbas Sharafallah, legal affairs officer at Sharaf DG Electronics. "LCD TV screens have been changing in demand and demand. In the past, 32-inch LCD screens have captured the biggest demand in the market, but with the increasing popularity of LCD TVs, LCD screens almost disappeared from the markets, and the higher demand turned to measurements of 50, 55 and 60 inch".

Variety of tags

"The recent availability of several Chinese TV screens has led to increasing species, prices and technologies in the market, but despite this, Korean mark screens still have high demand rates," he said. Japanese origin ».

"The sector of television screen products is a rapidly changing sector, like a number of electronic products, some of which have disappeared, and have been replaced by other products," said Mohammed Siddiq, a sales executive at an electronics company. The changes in the screens markets have recently been followed by the disappearance of plasma and LCD screens, with the spread of LEDs instead, and a 32-inch demand drop, , While most demand operations are currently focused on measuring 50 and 55 inches, Gradually rising, especially with signs of Chinese origin products. "

Chinese tags

"There is an increase in the number of Chinese brands and an increase in their share of sales, but this has not changed the fact that the Korean brands are still the highest demand," Siddig said, noting that "most of the TV screens for smart technologies are now switched, 4K) are also key industry variables, as well as 3D, 3D, and 3D screens, which, despite their appearance, have been limited by the lack of channels that transmit their content. "

A growing demand

LG Electronics Middle East and Africa, James Lee, said: "The TV market is witnessing a growing consumer demand, keeping pace with the latest technologies that are constantly being introduced." "The markets have seen a number of advanced technologies based on technology (Olyd) ». He explained that "one of the most recent trends and innovations in the sector of television screens, is the use of artificial intelligence techniques."

Evolution and competition

"The TV sector is constantly witnessing development and competition among manufacturers, which has led to the disappearance of screens from the market over the past period, such as screens that The plasma technologies, which consumed large amounts of electricity, were changing colors over the years, and the LCD screens declined with the advent of LEDs, which provided screens with colors and lighting rates More bright ", pointing out that" the latest technologies in the sector Screens are techniques (Ooled), but more expensive, so there are in the market with screens of technologies (L DE) ».

Stages of emergence

The first to be invented by the Scottish electrical engineer John Logy Bird, the first device is estimated to be in the period from 1925 to 1930, not only the development of the device to one person, but then included a large number of inventors and companies, to the current form.

Until the mid-1960s, television commercials were mostly black and white until the color television picture began to spread across the television screens of CRT, one of the first generations of television screens.

In 1950, the Zenith Electronics Corporation developed the remote control television, dubbed "Zombie Bones," and began using it in American homes for the first time in 1956.

Types of screens

1. Plasma screens have been based on small cells containing electrically charged gases. They are designed to generate high-quality images and have disappeared from circulation.

LCD screens, which are LCD screens. This technology was created to replace the CRT technology to improve image display in these screens, significantly and clearly for species Old. The liquid crystal technology uses two main elements of the display: the negative pole «fluorescent lamps» or «cold-cathode fluorescent lamps», «liquid crystal molecules». The circulation of television screens in the country has almost disappeared, while these screens are used in telephone screens and computer monitors.

3 - LCD screens, this screen is an advanced model of LCD, which uses the light «Advanced duo» for the backlight, instead of the traditional light (fluorescent lamps and negative pole), and is currently the most widely circulated among the screens .

4 - Ulyd screens, which are modern screens in their techniques, and contains thousands of self-emitting diodes, which provide images more bright and rich in color, and made of organic compounds light up when connected to electricity.

This TV also enjoys super fast response, which eliminates blurring of image and sound.

Trademarks

«Samsung».

"Sony".

«LG».

"mustache".

«Panasonic».

«Toshiba».

Philips.

«TCL».

Nikkei.

«Super General».

«Noble».

«First One».

«Akon».

«Gibbs».

«AOS».

«Skyworth».

«Hisense».

«Supra».

«Shang Hong».

«Hitachi». «Lake Wayne».

«Elica».

«Nakamshi».

«Haier».

C-Tronic.

Sonachi.

«Aftron».

«Akai».

ref: emara