Samsung to reportedly stop selling budget phones in Netherlands, other European markets
Samsung is looking to further expand its business further and make sure that it generates maximum revenue based on the economic stability of the markets it sells in by now making a decision to withdraw its lower range smartphones from the Netherlands market and a few other markets across Europe. This move, it is believed, will see Samsung able to push more of its high end products into these markets instead of the low-ranges that they featured there beforehand.
This news was courtesy of a Dutch reporter who claimed that the widely affordable phones by Samsung would no longer be sold in this certain West European market. No official statement has been released by Samsung itself to this effect so this news should not be taken as wholly true by the public.
Samsung manufactures its low-tier smartphones for emerging markets and entry level users into the technological smartphone industry. Given the statistics, facts and figures, the European market is very far from one that could be considered to be an emerging market and so, makes the decision by Samsung valid. This would also see much more sales of the Korean OEM’s mid-range and high end devices such as the Galaxy Note 5 which launched this year.
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