Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker, is set to assemble mobile phones in Pakistan. Federal Minister for Energy Hammad Azhar wrote on his official Twitter said, that these positive developments are evidence of the success of the Device Identification Registration and Blocking System (DIRBS) system that eliminated the smuggling of phones.

He also said, “I congratulate Lucky Group and Samsung on entering into a JV (joint venture) to manufacture smartphones in Pakistan.”

Samsung all Set to assemble smartphones in Pakistan

In August last year, Hammad, had met with Samsung Pakistan MD and CEO. “They appreciated both policies and are now actively considering setting up a smartphone assembly plant in Pakistan”.

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Last year, Pakistan was ranked as a 4th Generation Regulator (G4) by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). By this it is the only one country in South Asia to have achieved the status.

In Addition, The Chairman of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Authority Lt Gen (retd) Asim Saleem Bajwa also tweeted.

As the demand for high-quality Budget devices is increasing due to internet is getting integrated into the lives of individuals. Nearly 40% of the population has yet to cross the age of 15 and start looking for their own smartphones. Stay tuned with Technical Meer for latest leaks and updates.

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