Samsung owns 90% of global 3D HDTV market
According to South Korean newspaper Chosun, Samsung currently owns 90% of the world's 3D HDTV market. Of the first 300, 000 sets sold, 270, 000 have been Samsung. Of course, the 3D market isn't incredibly competitive at the moment. Panasonic has the cheapest sets on the market and LG has a couple of offerings, but Sony hasn't really finalized its 3D plans yet. Samsung was first to market and hence has taken an early lead. The company is the world's leading HDTV seller overall still with 18% of the total market. Much more competitive in LCD and plasma.
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Posted by Justin Davey at June 2, 2010 8:15 AM