Global TV manufacturers, distributors and academic institutions formed an alliance to work together to promote QLED TV in the first International Forum of its kind. The event was held under the theme 'QLED’s Light Brightens the World' to approx 300 guests at Beijing Yanqi Lake International Convention & Exhibition Center. As well as government agencies, there were also TV manufacturers attending including Samsung Electronics, Hisense and TCL; representatives of Peking and Tsinghua universities; GOME Electrical Appliances and Suning Commerce Group, China’s top two TV distributors; and JD.com, one of the country’s major e-commerce companies.
The forum believes that QLED has a real chance of transforming the industry, “QLED TV achieved 100 percent annual growth rate in the Chinese market and will increase from 600,000 products in 2016 to 1.2 million in 2017,” - according to CECC Vice Chairman Liu Yufeng.
We will also see the sales of Quantum dot TVs exceed 18 million units if market research from DisplaySearch can be relied on. Quantum dot technology is believed to deliver superior visual performance, pure color representations, brightness and other features that make it a hard technology to beat. Samsung showcased its QLED Q7 and Q8 TVs, which are the only displays capable of producing 100 percent color volume, which means that the colors are accurately shown irrespective of the brightness level of the TV. “Because Quantum dots use inorganic materials, our displays can provide the utmost display quality without problems that leave marks on the screen, such as burn-in, or affect the lifespan of the product,” - Liu Junguang, Samsung Electronics’ Vice President of Visual Display Business