LED TVs offer more to consumers than older technology in the sector, according to two producers.
Senior representatives of LG and Samsung's operations in India told Businessworld that diode-based sets offer more advantages to viewers.
The business head for home entertainment at LG Electronics in India Rohit Pandit said it plans to sell a ratio of 50:50 of both LED and LCD televisions in the country this year and promised a new range of products.
Ravinder Zutshi, deputy managing director of Samsung India, stated that diode-based versions offered superior picture quality and display as well as long-term reliability, adding that the firm hopes to sell 200,000-300,000 this year compared with 40,000 in 2009.
Meanwhile, in Europe, the discussion about the future of 3D visual continued as a survey by the European Broadcasting Union revealed that around half of the continent's networks would like to see the adoption of a "service compatible format", Broadband TV News reported.