Ask for Samsung Galaxy S3 remains greater than supply

Posted on Jun 28 2012 - 11:25am by Huzoor Bux

Just before the end of May the new Samsung Galaxy S3 to the market came the news that the blue version would be delayed several weeks. Ultimately, this delay is rather too bad, and it seems actually that the availability of the Galaxy S3 in the first few weeks a lot better than that of the Galaxy S2 a year ago. But appearances are deceiving.
Globally, Samsung is the demand for the S3 namely barely keep up. The U.S. release was delayed several times, and in other continents, the device is much scarcer than here in our country. Reportedly gives Samsung is the European market a big priority in delivering fresh from the factory rolled devices.
This does not mean that analysts predict that the production of some two million phones Samsung soon ‘behind’ the demand. For Koreans, this is all obviously a luxury problem – waiting for the consumer less. Ironically, one of the reasons for the deficit – the same analysts – that Samsung has the league on estimates. This while the Samsung itself had earlier this year indicated no manufacturer except Apple as a serious competitor to consider. Possible that the latter was still boasting that only in retrospect justified.