Samsung’s biggest factory will be inaugurated in India today

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Samsung Samsung biggest mobile factory Samsung Noida factory where is worlds biggets mobile factory Samsung Galaxy series PM Narendra Modi Samsung Electronics Moon Jae-in South Korea Samsung smartphone business electronics business

President Moon along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Gandhi Smriti on Monday.

The foundation stone of the Noida plant was laid by Samsung in 1996. Before the launch of the Noida plant Samsung was manufacturing 67 million phones in India, mostly at its other base in Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Apart from the world's largest smartphone manufacturing facility and design centre in Noida, the second is set up in Sriperumbudur.

The company now manufactures 67 million smartphones in India. "We expect the visit to open new avenues for the expansion of our partnership, particularly in the economic domain", Kumar had said.

The company is now making 67 million smartphones in India and with the new plant being functional, it is expected to manufacture almost 120 million mobile phones. In a year's time, the new facility is ready for production, which the double output for the company.

Spread across 35-acres at Sector-18 in Noida, the new plant will be producing smartphones along with refrigerators and television sets. The two sides were looking at defence hardware procurement and manufacture, Prakash said pointing to India looking at minesweepers for the Indian navy. Keep in mind that the 120 million means feature phones as well.


According to IHS Markit, Samsung yielded to China's Xiaomi in terms of market share in India for the October - December period in 2017.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in with first lady Kim Jung-sook at Akshardham Temple in New Delhi on Sunday.

"The president and government officials started making gestures to meet the business community since late a year ago", an industry official said. Samsung possesses five R&D centres across Indian and retail outlets sum up to 1.5 lakhs in total. The investment seems to make complete sense as 10 per cent of its production takes place in India and Samsungs plans to enhance it further to 50 per cent in the next three years. Numerous software products designed for Samsung's smartphones in India are developed by these R&D teams.

According to HC Hong, President and CEO, Samsung India, a bigger manufacturing plant will help them cater to the growing demand for Samsung products across the country.

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