A number of reputed international brands want to shift their base from China to elsewhere. Many are opting for India, and the country should embrace the opportunities and benefits.
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Samsung slowly shifted its manufacturing operations to Vietnam from China. In the face of the Coronavirus calamity, the shift becomes one of it’s more prudent ones in recent times.
Samsung is expected to include three more sensors including ultrawide lens, and a 5x optical zoom lens on the Galaxy S11.
Samsung has announced that with Android 10 update, its smartphones will not support Linux on DeX beta program. DeX which turns Samsung phone into a PC, will not be supported using the open-source OS as a desktop environment for Linux, Engadget reports.
The shutdown of Samsung’s last China phone factory comes after it cut production at the plant in the southern city of Huizhou in June. Sony also said it was closing its Beijing smartphone plant and would only make smartphones in Thailand.
HARMAN, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the appointment of Vikram Kher as the Vice President for its Lifestyle Audio Division in India.
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HARMAN, a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, launched an all new lifestyle audio brand – Infinity by HARMAN – in the Indian market, as IANS reports.