Low iPhone X Sales Hurting Apple’s Eternal Rival ‘Samsung’

Low iPhone X Sales Hurting Apple's Eternal Rival 'Samsung'

Low iPhone X Sales Hurting Apple’s Eternal Rival ‘Samsung’


It seems that a well-known smartphone manufacturer is having problems with the sales figure of the tech giant Apple’s flagship smartphone, of course, I am talking about the iPhone X, and the company is none other than the South Korean giant Samsung, the tech giant Apple’s eternal rival.

Low iPhone X Sales Hurting Apple’s Eternal Rival ‘Samsung’

Although there are no official figures, it’s all pointing to iPhone X sales falling far short of what the tech giant Apple would expect. This has a reflex in many areas, far from the direct sphere of the tech giant Apple.

One of the companies that now seems to be having problems with this sales figure of the tech giant Apple’s flagship smartphone, of course, the iPhone X, is the South Korean giant Samsung, the tech giant Apple’s eternal rival, and everything for the screens that the company will stop producing.

It may seem counterintuitive, but the South Korean giant Samsung is one of the companies that is having problems with the low sales of the iPhone X. This was expected to revert to the Korean company so that it could sell more of its smartphones, but the truth is that the problem is in another area.

The South Korean giant Samsung is the leading supplier of the tech giant Apple’s OLED screens for the iPhone X and, with the expected and logical reduction of production, much of what has already been produced will not be shipped to the tech giant Apple for stock.

Hence, the South Korean giant Samsung will be looking for those who are left with these surplus screens, waiting for the company that Android manufacturers follow the trend initiated by the tech giant Apple for these screens.

The truth is that this seems to be a problem since few brands are willing to bet on OLED screens, given its price, opting for LCD screens, much cheaper.

There is also the problem of competition, mostly Chinese, that can produce cheaper OLED screens and will be increasing production to be an alternative in the market.

One would not expect to see the South Korean giant Samsung being hampered by the low sales of its rival’s equipment. As the Korean brand will try to dispose of this surplus, only to know which company will receive them.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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