Not only has the proportion of smart TVs increased again in Germany, the models are also getting bigger. Germans have a clear preference here, as new data makes clear.
Smart TVs: 50 inches and more are popular
The market research institute GfK has presented new figures for TV use in Germany. So lie Smart TVs with a screen diagonal of 50 inches and more clearly trending. A total of 55 percent of the televisions sold in Germany are of this size.
But the end of the road has not yet been reached, because even bigger TVs are also becoming more popular. More than 20 percent of buyers have now opted for a model with at least 65 inches.
In the maximum resolution of the best sellers differences still prevail. Three out of four of the devices purchased so far this year are Ultra HD-capable, 99 percent of which support High Dynamic Range (HDR). After all, 83 percent master not only static HDR standards but also dynamic HDR processes such as HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. Year-on-year, the figure has increased by 3 percent.
Of the Share of smart TVs in the total television market has continued to grow. A full 96 percent of televisions sold by the end of July 2022 have intelligent functions. A year ago it was 94 percent. A clear difference becomes clear in comparison with 2018, here only around three out of four televisions were smart (source: Caschys Blog).
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LG unveils the world’s largest OLED TV
The manufacturer LG has just proven that it can also be much larger than 50, 55 or 60 inches. At the IFA 2022 in Berlin, LG has the 97G2 in its luggage, which is based on a diagonal of 97 inches or 2.46 meters comes. He should be offered for around 25,000 euros.