Where Are Samsung Phones Made?
Samsung, or the Samsung Group, is a South Korean electronic manufacturing company with headquarters in Seoul. But just because a business operates from a certain location doesn’t mean they manufacture their products in the same place—or even in the same country.
So, where is Samsung hardware made?
Approximately 50 percent of all Samsung phones are made in Vietnam. The percentage is expected to drastically increase after Samsung announced a new $3 billion smartphone factory in Vietnam to rival the competition of emerging smartphone brands.
Samsung currently has two phone factories in Vietnam responsible for producing 120 million devices a year for global distribution. In fact, if you’re in North America or Europe or sourced your Samsung phone from one of them, chances are it was made in Vietnam.