By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 24, 2017 5:06 pm
Samsung has voted with highest votes in the below 55-inch category, while LG was the most preferred brand in the above 55-inch segment.
LG and Samsung have got the maximum votes in the Consumer Device Survey 2017, which was jointly released by The Mobile Indian and TeleAnalysis. Samsung has voted with highest votes in the below 55-inch category, while LG was the most preferred brand in the above 55-inch segment.
The survey findings were revealed during Device World 2017 event on November 22, 2017, in New Delhi and the winners in various survey categories were also felicitated during the one-day conference.
In the nation-wide survey was done taking into account the feedbacks from Indian consumer device users in five zones –east, west, north, south and central – of the country. The sample size was over 1.5 lakh spanning 30 cities.
Samsung has been one of the most favourite brands when it comes to choosing a Smart TV. The company has a vast product lineup ranging from 4K Smart LED TVs and more below 55 inches segment, making it the Smart TV brand of the year in this category.
LG has a huge reputation when it comes to choosing Smart TVs. The brand has a high recall value and it is known for making sleek, sturdy and premium-looking television, especially, in above 55 inches segment.
The event saw participation from top consumer brands in the country and eminent industry stalwarts including Sunil Dutt, President, Devices, Reliance Jio; P Sanjeev, Josh Foulger, MD, Foxconn India, VP -Sales, Huawei, Vikas Agarwal, GM, OnePlus, Sanjay Kalirona, CEO, Comio, Suneet Singh Tuli, co-founder, DataWind shared their views and ideas during the event.
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