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Samsung has always been in the thick of things when it comes to quality. Not many people are aware that Samsung once collaborated with rivals Sony on the LCD project! By the end of the 20th century, Samsung was already the biggest player in the TV market. If Samsung’s first big sale coincided with the post-war boom in Korea, in India it coincided with the 21st-century dynamics.

Since the time Samsung launched its first 32-inch smart TV, it has dramatically slashed prices due to high demand. Samsung is always quick to anticipate the LED TV market, which is why they acquired YESCO Electronics in 2015. YESCO had been a key player in the market, tinkering with the LED technology since 1988.

Best Quality Within Reach

For a Samsung TV, the price is surely the X-factor. It has always steered clear of the nearest competitor based on price. To be specific, a Samsung 32-inch smart TV is now available at a price that people paid for CRT televisions a decade ago. The company has not only revolutionized TVs, but it has also revolutionized the price aspect of the LED TV experience. Soon after the TESCO takeover, Samsung launched its first micro-LED TV in Las Vegas in 2018. These micro-LED TVs, popularly called The Wall, completely overturned the viewing experience with brighter images and greater contrast.

A superior contrast meant a better perception—images were no longer flat and dull but a living, breathing reality. Along with the increased brightness, Samsung has managed to keep the power consumption low, something that has resounded with acceptance among consumers.

Samsung’s micro-LED is a winner against the competitors’ OLED technology that has self-emitting pixels, making them an organic whole. Although this feature has quite a fan base, they deteriorate in quality with time. OLED is an integrated technology, so if the OLED deteriorates, so does the TV. The micro-LED,

However, is a separate installation in the TV that illuminates the pictures from behind, thus projecting livelier images. Apart from that, an OLED TV is super-expensive, which puts it at a significant disadvantage when pitted against the micro-LED technology. Samsung’s major competitor, Sony, uses the OLED technology in its Bravia series. Although Bravia is widely popular, Samsung has won hearts with its inclusive approach toward consumers.

Brand Reputation

Samsung is somewhat rebellious against the market trends. When most other brands try to push their latest models and technology, Samsung does not opt for the short-change strategy. Technology is growing by leaps and bounds, and what is new today becomes obsolete tomorrow. Samsung understands the plea of the consumer and has so far not pushed its 8K technology to the 4K Samsung TV owners. 4K TVs provide admirable picture resolution, and Samsung is not pushing it down the propriety ladder. This approach sounds almost humanitarian in the era of fierce competition.

Staying Ahead With Technology

The Samsung 32-inch smart TV is built with futuristic QLED technology. These “quantum” mini-LEDs do a quantum jump when it comes to size; they are 1/40th the bulk of normal LEDs. This additional but vital feature on the Samsung TV makes for a more intelligent dimming area on the screen. Thus, the projected image gives stiff competition to the much expensive OLED technology.

Furthermore, Samsung hits the psychological level with its 2020 presentation, The Frame. The display of this TV has an “art mode”, which means the TV can closely simulate artworks or photographs! The reason we watch TV is because we want to be in a place that we love. If your visit to the Louvre in the History channel gets this real, there is little reason not to prefer Samsung.

These features, when combined with the stock features required in a smart TV, pack quite a powerful punch. The variable refresh rate (VRR) of the Samsung 32-inch smart TV is amazing, hardly ever causing any lag while you stream your favorite shows. This quality bodes well with gamers who want to experience superior gaming within a reasonable budget. If the budget can be upped a bit, the users can get 120-200 Hz panels that perfectly suit the needs of gamers while still being reasonably priced.

Buying the Best Samsung TV

If you are focusing on the LED display of the 32-inch smart TV, then it is fairly clear by now that Samsung will be a better choice. Choose the size of the TV wisely, and make sure it goes well with the overall decor of the room. If you are worried about budget, the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store provides flat discounts on Samsung LED TVs with a zero-down payment feature. If you have the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network Card, you can avail yourself of no-cost EMIs on your Samsung TV! Just visit the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store and shortlist the best TVs from a wide range of choices that can be compared online, and buy the model that you prefer.

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