To combat the corona virus, Samsung to borrow from Papa John 's playbook

To combat the corona virus, Samsung to borrow from Papa John 's playbook

This morning, we noted that Samsung’s decision to move the production to Vietnam has been successful for the South Korean manufacturer. Just looking to save some money, Instead lucked out on the impact of the deadly corona virus on smartphone production in Vietnam, was “limited.” Still, a lot of Samsung’s supply chain in China, and the company will be affected to some extent by the virus.
Citing a few anonymous sources within the company who are familiar with the plan Reuters reports that while Samsung is expected to be in-store for the sale of the phones to suffer for it it has launched a delivery service in South Korea. This comes on the heels of Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event, the company has developed for the samsung Galaxy S20-upon-the-line fold-away Samsung Galaxy Z is Flipped, and the premium Galaxy the Buttons+. With this service, consumers in some parts of South Korea can be a Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+ or Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G provided on their site. The device can be tested for a period of 24 hours. After that time period expires, device will be available with the handset off-hook, if the consumer decides not to buy. Although it is not officially announced by the company, which is one of the sources said: “We are introducing a new service as a corona virus-related issues, which may lead to a decrease in the in-store experience.”

In addition, Samsung has drastically reduced the number of in-store “experimental fields” in which consumers can test the latest equipment. For the samsung Galaxy S20 phones, Samsung, Samsung open, only 9 such areas in the stores compared to the 130 of those were opened in the previous year in South Korean stores for the samsung Galaxy Note 10 line.

The corona virus is required to operate a number of mobile phone manufacturers to cancel plans to unveil their latest models. The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) exhibition in Barcelona, the GSMA has had to cancel due to the situation. Xiaomi, for one, was forced to introduce the new flagship through a live-streamed, and other companies such as Sony, Oppo, and LG, have also been forced to abandon plans to use their new devices at the mobile world CONGRESS.

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