The popularity of smart devices in a living room setup is on the rise. Consumers are shifting from traditional devices to a more connected ecosystem. The effect of the prolonged presence of the pandemics and stay-at-home scenarios further catalyzed the need for smart home entertainment. As per our estimates, smart TV sales will likely reach more than 80% of the television sales in 2021, compared to only 67% in 2020.
Along with a connected ecosystem, there is an upswing in the availability of high-resolution content through different OTT platforms. As a result, smart TV and other connected accessories are taking the center stage in the living room setup. Audio is certainly playing a pivotal role in providing an immersive experience.
To further explore this interesting subject, we invited esteemed guests from the industry to be part of a virtual panel discussion. This webinar will be co-hosted by analysts from Counterpoint Research, will include panelists from Flipkart, Sony, Dolby, Xiaomi. We will be discussing the importance of audio in a living room environment. The discussion will be enriched by the unique perspective of the panelists on product design, marketing, purchase journey, post-purchase consumer behavior, and many more.
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The digital camera industry was disrupted by the emergence of smartphones over a decade ago. Continued advancements across camera, processing and imaging technologies have resulted in today’s devices allowing everyday users to easily take professional quality pictures and video.
The quality and sophistication of smartphone camera systems continue their upward trajectory and may one day rival even specialized DSLRs across various applications.
This webinar, hosted by Counterpoint Research’s Peter Richardson, VP of Research, will include guest speakers from Counterpoint, TECNO, Samsung Electronics and DXOMARK. They will provide an overall picture of today’s smartphone market and camera setups, present image quality comparisons across the major device segments, and discuss the innovation happening today along with expectations for 2022 and beyond.
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Even as major economies continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for smartphones, smartwatches and TWS earbuds has bottomed out. It will be product innovation and 5G migration that will steer this market to further growth in 2022. However, the industry still has some uncertainties to deal with, like semiconductor shortages, COVID-19 resurgence and volatile political and trading environment.
Counterpoint Research is holding a webinar to share the latest insights about the market and industry with those who want to capture the growth opportunity.
Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 PM China Time / 7:00 – 9:00 AM BST
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