According to a recent report in the tech publication The Elec reports the company will cut down production from an average 25 million devices per month to only 10 million devices throughout April. This outlet also quotes an anonymous source to propose that ongoing lockdowns due to Covid-19 as well as the halting of production facilities located in India and the country of Brazil are the main reasons for the reduction.
Samsung state numbers will be normalized during the month of May when the India and Brazil plants will reopen manufacturing. Although, given that the lockdown has been extended in India until May 3 as well as knowing that Covid 19 cases unfortunately are rising in both these two countries, the anticipated recovery could yet be longer than what the company thinks.
Thankfully, there is a silver lining for Samsung. Sales projections of the Galaxy S20 Ultra have been outperforming all market predictions and sales are expected to hit 6 million units through this year as against the anticipated numbers about 3.5 to 5.25 million units.
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