A Few Basics You Must Know about LED and OLED TVs

As and when we enter an electronics store, one thing that grabs our eyeballs is range of modern TVs of different brands, sizes and diverse features attractively showcased out there. In the past 10 years, TVs have witnessed a sea change, and as a result, the more advanced the technology, the more is the craze for a particular model.

This post sheds light on major types, price brackets, servicing options, and warranty related factors associated with modern TVs.

Currently, there are 2 types of TVs that are dominating the Indian market. These include-

  1. LED TVs (Light Emitting Diode)
  2. OLED TVs (Organic Light Emitting Diode).


The LED is the abbreviation of ‘Light Emitting Diode’ and offers reference to the LED bulbs fixed in the LED TVs as backlight. There is an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen in every LED TV, and it is LED bulbs that make all the difference. An LED Television is actually an LCD TV that is supported by LED backlighting with Flat Panel Display. These days, most TV sets available in the markets are LED TVs.


OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TVs are an advanced version of LED TVs that come with no backlight. This feature capacitates OLED TVs to be incredibly as thinner as 1mm.

At the moment, OLED are considered to be very expensive when compared to other types of TVs, and it is quality that makes it a premium product for the TV enthusiasts. OLED TVs, apart from being incredibly thin and light, offer superb contrast that’s second to none in the market till date.

The Concise Comparison

When it comes to making comparison between OLED TVs and LED TVs, the later ones score less as they have a few issues but offer a better viewing experience than the gone LCDs. On the pricing front also, LED TVs come far cheaper than the OLED ones. OLEDs might look like just a dream come true TV set, but get ready to be robust on your pockets for that incredibly amazing entertainment experience.

The Pricing Structure

Depending on the Brand & Size, price may vary like

LED TVs – start from 12000/- rupees and go up to 80,000/- rupees

OLED TVs – start from 200,000/- rupees and go up to 500,000/- rupees

Warranty and Servicing Options

Almost all the variants of TVs come with 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. These days, various manufacturers offer extended warranty too. You can buy it at the time of purchase itself, or during the installation. Most people confine themselves only to the manufacturer’s warranty that often remains valid for 1 year.

In case you also own a TV and have not opted for extended warranty, then you need not worry at all as a wide range of on demand home services such as LED TV Screen Repair in Delhi, LED TV repair in Delhi, LED TV repair in Noida, LED TV repair in Gurgaon and LED TV repair in Ghaziabad are readily available from Lifeasy. You can call for the service of your TV of any brand, any make and any model.


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