The Company Samsung Scales back Phone Output Through The Month Of April Because Market Demand Drops

According to a recent report in tech publication The Elec states that Samsung will pull back output from an average 25 million units per month to only 10 million phones through the month of April. This outlet also quotes an anonymous source to suggest that the current Covid-19 Iockdowns and the closure of factories in India as well as in Brazil were the main causes for the reduction.
They report numbers would be normalized in the month of May as this is when both the India and Brazil plants will recommence production. However, given that the lockdown has already been extended in India till May 3 as well as knowing that Covid-19 cases unfortunately are rising in these two countries, the anticipated recovery may take longer than the company hopes.
Thankfully, there is also a silver lining for Samsung. Predicted sales of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra are beating all market predictions with sales believed to reach 6 million devices throughout this year when compared to the expected sales of 3.5 to 5.25 million devices.

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