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The world’s biggest phone factory in India: Samsung this week

We have been clearly seeing advancements in communication sector in India. Let’s directly move to the point: Samsung’s new factory will be opened in Noida(India), which will be actually the world’s largest phone manufacturing factory, this week. It is really a very proud moment for India that a foreign invasion is expanding their center now even in India that to with such a big project turned into reality. The Government of India ran this project under their ‘Make In India’ scheme. This was initiated with an opening ceremony by our respected Prime Minister. Narinder Modi along with the South Korean President Moon jae-in, with Samsung being the biggest company in his country. This has been proved that this will bring a lot increase in job opportunities in that area. As it is near to Delhi, the capital city, there will be a lot big opportunity for the entire specialist public. This agreement between the Government Of India and Samsung has been a strong commitment on the prospect of innovation in Make In India project. While in the announcements which followed, the Indian Samsung CEO ‘HC Hong’ said “Samsung is a long-term partner of India. We ‘Make in India’, ‘Make for India’ and now, we will ‘Make for the World’. We are aligned with Government policies and will continue to seek their support to achieve our dream of making India a global export hub for mobile phones.” This has been a clear, if it will open with a good success rate, then the prices of the upcoming Samsung phone’s will definitely go down. This is a very good thing as most people in India till now prefer using Samsung essentials like that when Apple started manufacturing Iphone 6s and SE in India. It is a well known fact that last year India crossed or turned over U.S. in manufacturing the most amount of phones. Now India ranks as the best manufacturer of phones after China. This has been consistently growing and India will definitely outshine China in manufacturing prospects.

Akarshit MahajanLast Seen: Oct 19, 2022 @ 2:01pm 14OctUTC

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