Samsung foldable smartphones are in high demand, but they are extremely difficult to obtain. This is reported by the SamMobile edition.
Reporters said that sales of the Korean brand’s foldable devices were disrupted due to a global shortage of microcircuits. According to the authors, it took Samsung 39 days after launch to sell over one million units of its new foldable devices in South Korea.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 smartphones have proven to be very popular on sale, and the company apparently could not predict such a strong demand. As the journalists noted, the shortage of devices is observed not only in the homeland of the corporation, but also in other regions.
“Samsung does not have enough units to sell, although customers are waiting with wallets in hand,” the note says. The global processor shortage also prompted Samsung to ditch its Galaxy S21 FE smartphone in favor of foldable devices, experts say.
Samsung’s new foldable flagships were announced at the end of the summer. Earlier, journalists said that the shipments of the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 were disrupted. The company warned consumers of delays due to “unexpected delivery problems.”
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