The company is planning to sell around two million units of its Mini LED TVs in 2021, reports GizmoChina.
Notably, Samsung Display, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics is prepping a Quantum Dot (QD) display for its premium Smart TV models. It is believed to start the mass production process as well next year.
Samsung's upcoming series of mini LED-powered QLED TVs are expected to arrive with various other improvements as well as higher brightness, better HDR, and wider colour gamut The mini LED does not offer a vastly better image quality than LCD panels, however, they are known to be more cost-effective, especially when compared to traditional OLEDs.
Meanwhile, Apple is also planning to boost the adoption of mini-LED technology thanks to increased competition among suppliers for mini-LED chips.
Samsung already has two lineups for premium Smart TVs -- QLED and Micro LED. The upcoming Mini LED TVs from the South Korean giant will join the list of premium offerings.