Samsung Electronics Co. remained the world’s leading TV vendor in the third quarter of the year, a report showed Tuesday, as it accounted for one-third of the market amid the pandemic.

They relied upon to remain the world’s driving TV merchant for the fifteenth consecutive year in 2020 on energetic interest brought about by Covid-19 pandemic, a report said on Wednesday.

As per economic scientist Omdia, the South Korean tech behemoth is gauge to sell 49.02 million TVs this year in the wake of transportation 33.92 million units in the initial 75% of the year, reports Yonhap news organization.

The gauge is up 11.2 percent from the earlier year and imprints the biggest yearly deals number since 2014, when Samsung sold 52.94 million units on account of the Sochi Winter Olympics and the Brazil World Cup.

The competitors handled by Samsung are high in potential

Omdia figure worldwide TV deals to arrive at 223.83 million TVs this year, more than the 222.91 million units sold a year ago.

The figure is up 3.8 percent from Omdia’s projection made in September and would stamp the most noteworthy yearly deals volume since 2015.

The economic scientist said worldwide interest for TVs has expanded as the pandemic has constrained more individuals to remain at home.

Be that as it may, the estimation of TVs sold is required to fall marginally to $97.79 billion this year from $154.67 billon a year sooner as TV makers write down costs by zeroing in on web based distributing, it added.