The largest manufacturer of smartphones worldwide is Samsung. The corporation shipped roughly 300 million units alone last year, according to data from several industry trackers. As you can guess, producing more than a quarter of a billion devices annually calls for a huge production network.
The business operates factories in a number of different nations. However, it doesn’t really matter where Samsung phones are manufactured. In all of its plants, Samsung upholds a single quality standard.
It makes sense that the majority of Samsung Galaxy phones are produced in China. After all, China is the world’s centre of manufacturing. Additionally, it is where the majority of Apple’s iPhones are made. Not to mention how Chinese OEMs now control the majority of the smartphone industry.
In reality, Samsung closed its final smartphone facility in China this year. The business stopped producing phones in the People’s Republic in 2019. Samsung had two facilities in China before, but it had to reduce output when the country’s market share fell below 1%. Samsung no longer sees any financial benefit from producing its phones in China. That’s why it stopped doing that at this point.