LG to stop manufacturing smartphones in South Korea
LG plans to suspend manufacturing smartphones in its South Korea plant, according to a report by Reuters. The report further states that LG will be moving the manufacturing to its plant in Vietnam.
The information original comes from an unknown source of the Yonhap News Agency and alleges that the move is to help reduce the cost of manufacturing and turn around the company's smartphone division, which has been bleeding money since the past several quarters.
The information is not completely unexpected. LG has been receiving an increasingly lukewarm response for its smartphone launches. At the lower-end of the market, the cheaper Chinese competitors have been eating LG's lunch for the past few years and at the other end of the market, LG never quite managed to make a splash. The company's latest LG G8 has been one of the most underwhelming launches of the year despite its technical proficiencies.
It seems unlikely that LG will exit the smartphone market entirely any time soon but it may choose to exit some markets in the near future.
Yes i know i mean jack not essential wireless and bluetooth are future sorry for mistake.
- 24 Aug 2019
Don't count on it. Wireless is inferior quality.
- 22 Aug 2019
Do you even know what you're talking about?? How are you gonna hear sound from digital, if you don't have a dac?? Do you even know what a dac does??
- 22 Aug 2019