Top LED TV Companies in India

On 29 Nov., 2018

With so many different brands of Televisions in the market competing with each other, choosing the best one can be quite mind-boggling.

Top LED TV Companies in India

With so many different brands of Televisions in the market competing with each other, choosing the best one can be quite mind-boggling. If you are confused about which TV brand to bring in home, scroll down to find out the best LED TV Companies in India-

Samsung

Samsung is the leader in the Television market in terms of market share and is undoubtedly one of the most popular brands in India. This premium brand is renowned for bringing in new technologies to the domestic market. Their HyperReal engine and V/A panels produce a superior quality picture. They were the first to bring in HDR (HDR10, HDR10+) to India. The Tizen OS is user-friendly and is quite intuitive. The favorite apps are placed at the bottom of the home screen called the SMART hub. They have been the best with color technology; the QLED (Quantum Dots LED) is probably the best one in the market.
 
Daiwa

Among the budget brands in India, Daiwa have been one of the few who have tried to offer the latest technologies and best picture quality. It is the home owned brand of Videotex International Pvt Ltd. Their products are made in India and has a strengthened portfolio of AI powered smart LED TV. Daiwa has also introduced HDRX and claims to produce extended color range and dramatic contrast. The Smart TVs even have pre-installed apps like YouTube, Hotstar and Netflix. Daiwa offers technology at cheap price and is a good choice to get taste of newer technologies.

Sony

The Japanese giant has been producing TVs with the stunning picture quality for years now. Even the smaller TVs have HDR. Sony also puts subwoofers in its several models for a great sound effect. The X-Reality Pro picture engine produces wonderful output on the VA panel. The Triluminous Display technology makes the pictures stunning. It however lacks on the Smart Os as the budget TVs still have Linux OS and you only get Android TVs on shelling out more money.

LG

They are second biggest in terms of sales volume and the picture quality is also as close to Samsung and Sony. LG rules in this game in terms of Smart OS and their WebOS is the best in the market. LG uses IPS panels and are bright, have better color production and viewing angle, but they do not manage the darks quite well. The OLED panels are exceptional and the Dolby Vision improves HDR. The Nano Cell Display technology produces stunning images and LG is also the first in bringing in lot of AI features in its TVs. The user experience is best and the TVs are not as expensive as Samsung or Sony.
 
Panasonic

It offers latest and greatest technology but is also affordable. It covers almost all aspect, if not the best and has an equally big network for after sales service. The picture quality is good compared to most budget brands. The IPS panel offers a brighter output and it does not lose its consistency at wider angles. Their latest offerings support HDR (HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG) and come with Hexa Chroma Drive. The My Home Screen OS is an upgraded version of Firefox OS which is intuitive and good. They have marked their entrance in the budget TV segment with new Sanyo range.
 

Read more...