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Apr 25 2013, 6:06am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy S4: Overwhelming Demand  Snarled Supply Issues
 
 

Samsung Galaxy S4 is a smartphone in demand these days. According to Samsung company, it has a limited supply on initial stages and supply to US can be delayed due to overwhelming demand of Galaxy S4. T-Mobile and Sprint also commented on Samsung supply delay.

Samsung has stated reportedly on Wednesday that the new Samsung Galaxy S4 is facing inventory issues due to its overwhelming worldwide demand. The company is not able to fulfill Samsung Galaxy S4 demand right now.

T-Mobile and Sprint, has already announced their launch dates earlier on Wednesday. Both companies stated that full retail availability of the Samsung flagship device would come later than expected.

“We had planned to launch this next generation of the award-winning Samsung Galaxy line-up on Saturday, April 27,” Sprint said in a statement. “Unfortunately, due to unexpected inventory challenges from Samsung, we will be slightly delayed with our full product launch.”

In a note to AllThingsD, company representative said that

“Due to overwhelming global demand of Galaxy S 4, the initial supply may be limited. We expect to fulfill inventory to meet demands in the coming weeks.

Yet AT&T has different release date than others. The company has plans to start selling the S4 on Saturday.

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