India is one of the important partners for Samsung. And reiterating company’s commitment to India as a strategic partner, Samsung’s Vice Chairman, Jay Y. Lee, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and talked to him about company’s business operations and citizenship initiatives in the country. Lee told Modi that the company is working in synchrony with “Make in India” and “Digital India” initiatives in growing India as an important production base and central R&D hub. Also Read - Galaxy A22 replaces M42 5G to become the cheapest 5G Samsung phone in India
Further adding he also said that Samsung’s “Make for India” initiative is already creating meaningful local innovations for the Indian consumers. In India, “Samsung Smart Class” programme is helping over 200,000 students from low-income families to experience e-learning at 376 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya schools, he said. In addition, there are around 18 Samsung Technical Schools that are imparting skills to youth to enable their employability in future. He said Samsung’s ultimate goal is just not to be a foreign investor but a local business, where the company would work with local communities to build a better future. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 vs Redmi Note 10: Which is better under Rs 15,000?
Samsung has currently been in bad light for everything that has been happening around the whole battery fisco. Samsung has urged its customers to stop using the Galaxy Note 7 and return them. Samsung has also delayed the launch of the Galaxy Note 7 in India because of the battery issues. In the US, the government agencies have advised users to power off the Galaxy Note 7 and not use them. Samsung is also urging users to exchange the Galaxy Note 7 with other Samsung smartphones.