Foreign publications report that the Korean company Samsung has problems with the sale of smartphones. Apparently, even communication shops with intrusive sellers do not help.
When it comes to choosing smartphones, some still believe in the superiority of Samsung over Chinese counterparts – Xiaomi, Honor, Huawei and so on. But the numbers speak for themselves – Samsung has about 50 million smartphones in its warehouses that cannot be sold due to low demand and there are several reasons for it – a pandemic, inflation and a generally turbulent situation in the world. But do not think that it is purely about the Russian Federation or the CIS – Samsung has problems in Asia and Europe too.
If we talk about specific numbers again, then the Korean giant has about 18% of smartphone models in its warehouses, most of them are the Galaxy A series, the price range of which is from 8,000 to 19,000 rubles. It turns out that the aggressive pricing policy of competitors has led to the fact that Samsung has unsold goods on hand and cannot produce more models, so who will take them?