After the implementation of a national lockdown in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has started to gradually lift its restrictions. These measures have been forced on manufacturers, such as Motorola, Xiaomi, Oppo, and vivo, to temporarily suspend their smart phone production, while the rules are relaxed and all four are to return to the normal operating conditions.
Samsung’s Noida plant
Samsung, Samsung India, issued a statement in which it confirmed the smartphone is in production at the Noida plant will be started in a limited capacity. Xiaomi also confirmed its manufacturing partner, Foxconn, has given a green light to continue its business at the Andhra Pradesh plant. Yes, it is also looking at resuming operations at the Greater Noida factory while the fellow BBK Electronics is a member-vivo and has been confirmed to resume operations at 30% of the capacity of the plant.
In April it was one of the worst months in the Indian smartphone market in the recent times as an analyst in firms like Counterpoint Research reports that there is nearly no smartphone shipments in the country. You’ll be that you Can see the low level of demand, and (Q2) are free of rough to the industry.