That year in a row, sales of Samsung smartphones are inevitably reduced, reducing the company's share in the global market. This is largely due to the high cost of devices, which seriously exceeds that of Chinese manufacturers. If ten years ago every ninth smartphone sold in the world had the Samsung logo, now the share of the South Korean manufacturer only slightly exceeds 1%.
The transfer of production capacity to countries with lower labor costs, will reduce the cost of smartphones and, perhaps, will be able to return Samsung to the previous positions. It became known that the same idea adheres to LG. Only if LG opens a factory in Vietnam, then Samsung smartphones are likely to be assembled in India.