According to a report in tech source The Elec says Samsung will reduce output from about 25 million units per month to just 10 million devices during the month of April. The publication also quotes an un-named source to suggest that the ongoing lockdowns due to Covid-19 and the closure of production facilities located in India and Brazil are the cause of this output cut.
The company, Samsung report output would be back to the normal outputs during the month of May when the India and Brazil plants will reopen manufacturing. However, given that this lockdown has been extended in India until May 3 and Covid 19 occurences are unfortunately increasing in both these countries, the return to normal may take longer than Samsung hopes.
And yet, there is also a silver lining for Samsung. Predicted sales of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra are outperforming all market predictions and sales are expected to hit 6 million devices throughout the year when compared to the projected numbers about 3.5 to 5.25 million devices.
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