Top 10 Television (TV) Brands in India
The best TV brands launch their latest models simultaneously in India because of the size of the market. Television has evolved since its birth from big CRT tubes which occupy huge space to the latest range of LED and 3D TVs which bring the best of entertainment to our living rooms. Indians are hooked to their TVs most of the time. While so many television brands are available in the market, only a few brands take lion’s share of the same. Smart televisions are sold only by big brands. However, with the help of Chromecast any TV can be converted into a smart TV.
Samsung is the world leader in the segment as well and it continuously introduces new launches every day or week or month (Thanks to its R & D team). The Korean electronics giant is the leader of the pack with hundreds of models and sizes. Besides stiff competition from new brands like Micromax, Intex and Vu, Samsung continues to stay on top with their high end models like Ultra HD (UHD) models which gives unmatched 4K picture quality. LG (Lucky Goldstar) is equally good but they don’t have many models like Samsung. Here i the lit of top 10 tv brands in india READ THIS LIST ONE BY ONE FROM NUMBER 10
Sony is a great name in electronics and still enjoys a premium image from consumers. Though the products are priced at a premium, even without any extra features most consumers feel that the brand SONY alone which justifies the premium. In India, consumers still feel good to own a Sony product at home.
Micromax is the first major Indian brand to introduce low cost LED TVs. They have many models in the 32-40 inch size which is the largest selling category. Reconnect, a Reliance Digital brand has many models which come with high-end features like Harmon Kardon speakers, but still priced competitively.
Intex has followed Micromax foots and ventured into LED TV market and captured a decent market share in a short period oftime. Chinese brand Haier is priced effectively though the sales aren’t picking up. Philips has select models and enjoys a niche customer base. Onida has lost to the competition and it seems like they have stopped introducing new models. Home grown Videocon enjoys a strong position in rural India with budget pricing and over 40 models. BPL, the market leader in the 1990s has made a comeback with exclusive tie-u with online retail major Flipkart.
LeEco is quite new to the market and one of the fastest growing brands in LED TVs. Brand VU is becoming very popular as it has built reputation by being the first to cut down the prices of 40 inch TV models. Panasonic is a Japanese electronics major which enjoys a very good position in India.
Panasonic is the fourth largest television manufacturer and has a strong foot-hold in developed markets. Panasonic sells many models and sizes of television in the Indian market at attractive prices. Sharp and Toshiba are some brands which have lost foothold in Indian market. Infocus, the American brand is also gaining some market share with aggressive marketing and pricing. Sanyo LED TVs are also available at great discounts in online stores like Amazon and Snapdeal.
In the cheap price category, brands like Kodak, Live, Mitashi and TCL are decent picks. Kodak is perhaps the only known name in the segment and sold in Shopclues. While buying cheap models from unknown brands, customers have to make sure they have enough USB ports, HD Ready or Full HD, speaker quality and various advanced features. Lloyd is another Indian brand which has proven expertise in air-conditioners and has ventured into TV segment recently. We strongly recommend our readers to buy only trusted brands with vast service network without many customer complaints about after-sales service.