After launching the Galaxy S21 series of flagship products, Samsung officially canceled this year’s iconic and high-profile Galaxy Note series smartphones. The only and only reason for this decision was the global chip shortage, which was caused by the lockdown of multiple regions across the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the new report from South Korea exposed, the shortage of chips seems to plague the Korean giant again, which reveals the reason for the delay in the global expansion of the Galaxy A52 (4G/5G) and Galaxy A72 launched. In mid-March 2021.
As per TheElec, due to global chip shortages, Samsung is facing huge interruptions in the production of its recently released Galaxy A series mid-range, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72. Therefore, the company has been unable to expand its output.
South Korean media reported that these models are currently available in certain markets including Europe. Samsung currently only sells the Galaxy A52 5G in the United States. A person familiar with the matter said: “When the package was opened, it was expected to be released globally, including domestic release, by the end of April, but there was no commitment to release it. ”
However, it is still unclear when the global chip shortage will be resolved, which is continuously reducing the market share of each smartphone manufacturer. Whenever there is new information, we will notify you in time until we keep in touch with us!