What? T-Mobile Doesn’t Offer Samsung S20 Anymore?
What? T-Mobile Doesn’t Offer Samsung S20 Anymore?. Right now, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series disappeared from T-Mobile’s online store. If you will visit the website, you’ll see that the smartphone brand is currently out of stock.
As of the moment, there are no updates yet if the telecommunications company will still sell the S20 series. According to Android Police‘s latest report, T-Mobile is currently not offering the Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra, and S20+.
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A woman looks on her phone as she walks past a T-Mobile store on Sixth Avenue in Manhattan on July 26, 2019 in New York City. On Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice approved a merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth largest companies in the U.S. The deal still has one more obstacle to overcome before becoming official; 13 states have filed a lawsuit to block the transaction, citing that reduced competition will harm consumers and drive up prices.
These devices were removed without any advance notice from the popular online store over the past few days. The local stores’ customer representatives said that the online shop is still offering what’s available in the current inventory.
This means that what you see is what you’ll get in T-Mobile. The company confirmed that it is not ordering new stock for any of the mentioned brands.
T-Mobile directs customers to Samsung
Although the S20 series vanished from the online store, T-Mobile claimed that it will soon restock the smaller Galaxy S20 smartphones. However, the telecommunications company said that the S20 Ultra and S20+ might remain exclusive in Samsung’s stores.
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The Samsung logo is displayed at the Samsung office on August 25, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Prosecutors are seeking a 12-year jail sentence. Lee, de facto chief of South Korean conglomerate, faces five charges connecting the bribery scandal involving ousted former President Park Geun-hye and her confidant Choi Soon-sil. The verdict affects the business of Samsung, which has launched new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone to wipe out the misery of exploding Note 7 last year.
The main Samsung store still sells S20 Ultra and the Galaxy S20+ for T-Mobile. But, the manufacturer’s store for the T-Mobile SKU still hasn’t restocked the Galaxy S20.
On the other hand, rumors stated that the available S20 brands have limited storage capacities and color options.
Is Samsung Galaxy S21 the reason for the shortage?
TMO News‘ suggested that the upcoming Galaxy S21 could be the main reason for the ongoing S20 supply shortage since Samsung will announce it in mid-January of 2021.
As of the moment, T-Mobile is not planning to restock the Galaxy S20 phones, but it could do so once the Galaxy S21 arrives. The telecommunications company could also offer it at a lower price as an alternative for Samsung’s upcoming flagship, just like the current role of the Galaxy S10.