T-Mobile CFO reportedly calls out Samsung for device shortages

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Reportedly Peter Oswaldick, executive vice president and chief financial officer of T-Mobile not happy with samsung For its lack of mobile supply.

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“Samsung has really fallen behind the eight ball relative to other OEMs on the issue of the global supply chain,” Oswaldik said during a BofA Securities Investor Event, according to a Wednesday report by Fears Wireless. “A lot of our customer base is also very important Samsung lovers.” He lamented that the company’s S series smartphones are in “very short supply”.

Oswaldick also reportedly commented on Samsung’s decision To not present a new Galaxy Note This year, it went on to say that it was a phone “many of our customers just loved.”


T-Mobile declined to comment. Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Fears Wireless noted that T-Mobile customers have traditionally been more inclined to choose Samsung’s midrange and higher-end devices. The publication report comes a day later Apple introduced the iPhone 13, As well as apple watch series 7 And new ipad.

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