Recently, according to DSCC analysis, in the next few years, microled TV will usher in rapid growth, and its market size is expected to rise from US $25 million in 2020 to US $228 million in 2026. However, according to DSCC data, the penetration rate of microled TV in the TV market is still very small, accounting for only 0.1% of the market by 2026. As a comparison, six years after the commercialization of OLED TV, the market size will reach US $2.5 billion in 2019.
Microoled has great similarity with OLED, and is superior to OLED. It has the advantages of self illumination, no screen burning, and can drive ultra-high resolution. It is known as the “future display technology”. At present, a number of terminal manufacturers including Samsung, LG, TCL and Konka are laying out micro LED TV products, and sharp plans to set up a new company to focus on micro LED display technology.
However, the popularity of microled is facing the challenge of price and cost. According to previous reports, Samsung’s 146 inch first generation microled “the wall” is expected to cost about $100000, and Konka’s 8K microled TV is expected to cost as much as $8.88 million.
DSCC believes that the high price of micro LED TV will be the main factor hindering the rapid growth of its market share. At present, microled is still in its early stage and far from reaching the level of mass production.
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