This statistic shows the global market share held by LCD TV manufacturers from 2008 to 2013 (measured from shipments). In 2011, with respect to LCD TV shipments, Samsung held a worldwide market share of 18.8 percent.
LCD manufacturers global share - additional information
In 2013, Samsung was the market leader in the manufacture of LCD TVs in terms of its share of global shipments. The South Korean company held over 20 percent of worldwide LCD shipments in 2013, 7 percent more than the share of its closest competitor, LG Electronics. As a result of Samsung’s continued success in this market, as well as its significant share in the smartphone market, the company’s global revenue exceeded 200 billion U.S. dollars for the first time in 2013.
Although Sony remains the fourth largest LCD manufacturer, it has seen its market share more than halve from 13.7 percent in 2008 to 6.3 percent in 2013. Yet LCD TVs remain a key segment for Sony as the company sold 3.6 million units in the second quarter of 2014. This made LCD TVs the second largest sector for Sony behind only its smartphone segment.
Sales of LCD TVs worldwide were worth almost 100 billion euros in 2013, a figure that is projected to fall to 93.7 billion euros by 2015. Asia/Pacific was the largest market for LCDs as over 74 million units were sold in the region in 2013 and China alone accounted for 42.5 million of these units. This meant that almost 20 percent of all LCD TVs sold worldwide throughout the year were sold in China. North America was the second largest market for LCDs as 41.8 million units were sold there in 2013, 33.7 million of which were purchased in the United States.