Where does Samsung manufacture its smartphones? These are the countries where it has factories
There is no doubt that Samsung is one of the most important phone companies at the moment, as with every sale it has become a great option for those looking for smartphones with excellent value for money.
But have you ever wondered where Samsung builds all of these devices? One might think so in China, as practically all other companies do, but no. Contrary to what it might seem, Samsung has many factories in different countries of the world and despite all the odds, China is no longer among them.
As we mentioned a little over a month ago, the Korean brand Samsung had closed its last Chinese factory. Where are its factories now located? Well, as SamMobile tells us, SlimSung has factories in all of these countries:
Vietnam: It is the country in which the largest number of Samsung devices (smartphones, tablets, and laptops) are manufactured. It is estimated that up to 120 million units are produced every year.
India: India is not only the country with the largest Samsung factory, but also where most of the smartphones are produced. Interestingly, Samsung ranks second in this market after Xiaomi.
South Korea: Of course the Samsung brand is unforgettable. In this place, devices generally intended for the domestic market are manufactured.
Brazil: Samsung has been operating in this country since 1999, and has more than 6000 employees. Her goal? Providing smart phones for all Latin America.
Indonesia: This is an increasingly interesting market for the company. Opened since 2015, it produces around 800,000 units per year. It is sufficient to meet local demand.
Despite all these factories, Samsung says that all phones the company makes are subject to the same quality controls, regardless of where they are manufactured. In other words, in theory, the smartphone produced in South Korea should be the same as that made in Brazil. Especially since the materials and components are the same.