Samsung, the South Korean electronics giant, is set to start manufacturing laptops at its Noida facility in India, marking a significant expansion of its production capabilities in the country.
What Happened? Samsung Electronics President and Head of Mobile eXperience (MX), TM Roh, during his visit to India, announced the company’s plans to PTI, stating that preparations are already in full swing.
Roh emphasized India’s crucial role as a manufacturing hub for Samsung, acknowledging the support from both state and central governments. He reiterated the company’s commitment to working closely with the government to bolster manufacturing operations in India.
More focus on India: Recently, Samsung launched its latest Galaxy S24 series smartphone, focusing on enhanced artificial intelligence features. The company also confirmed that the Galaxy S24 will be produced at the Noida plant, further cementing the facility’s importance in Samsung’s global production network.
The Noida plant, which is Samsung’s second-largest production base, currently manufactures a range of products including feature phones, smartphones, wearables, and tablets. With the addition of laptop manufacturing this year, Samsung continues to diversify its production portfolio at the Noida facility, adapting to meet global demand while maintaining its status as a key production base.
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