These firms stopped the work of constructing smartphones

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Oppo, Vivo and Realme have closed their factories in Greater Noida and all of the factories will stay closed until the subsequent discover of the Uttar Pradesh authorities. All factories are closed after the Government of India introduced a 21-day Lokdown to stop the unfold of the coronavirus epidemic.

Oppo's spokesperson stated, “All operations in Greater Noida Factory have been stopped on the orders of the government. Apart from this, all Oppo India employees are doing work from home. ”

Vivo has additionally launched an identical guideline. Vivo places of work are closed in India and all workers are working from dwelling. The firm has banned nationwide and worldwide journey. <! –

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                 Thermal screening of each particular person is being performed within the places of work of Vivo and work at home has additionally been introduced.

Apart from this, in view of the federal government's order, Vivo has additionally canceled all of the upcoming launches together with Vivo V19. This smartphone was to be launched on 3 April. Vivo stated that the corporate has donated a couple of lakh N95 masks to healthcare employees in Maharashtra.

Similarly, Realme has additionally shut down its factories and manufacturing of the smartphone has been stopped. The firm has stopped manufacturing from Saturday and believes that this can have an effect on the provision.

Madhav Seth, CEO of Realme stated on Twitter that the launch of Narzo 10 collection has additionally been postponed. Other future occasions are additionally canceled.

Xiaomi's Manu Kumar Jain wrote on Twitter that each one places of work, warehouses, service facilities and mee dwelling shops and factories will stay closed, following the federal government's order of public demise. Xiaomi has promised to offer N95 masks and protecting fits to hospitals, police personnel and the state authorities.

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