A matter of size.
In the world of technology, it is a battle without end to do something, the smallest and the thinnest, or the biggest. When it comes to Televisions, we are witnessing a steady increase in their size. Gone are the days when a 32” TV would be more than enough – it will not be long before the smaller screen size, you’ll be able to buy is 45”.
A big screen TV means that you are serious about your home entertainment. Wouldn’t you rather relax in your own home in front of a giant 4k TV screen than to go to the cinema? Some people think that construction companies will soon begin to sell apartments with a 100-inch or larger TV installed on a wall.
Tvs are getting bigger, and there has been a clear trend to larger Tvs in the global market. According to several research firms, the average size of the TV around the world has reached more than 40-inches, starting in 2016. That is the biggest average TV size in the market’s history. By 2020, this figure is expected to rise to the top of the quarantine. The trend is even more marked in some places, such as North America and China. In fact, the average TV size in these markets is expected to be close to 50 inches. A quarter of Tvs sold in the global market last year were in this category, more than half of total sales. In fact, the big buck is going towards big screen Tvs.