According to reports which are circulating in South Korea these days it seems Samsung is willing to follow Apple’s idea of not offering an in-box charger and earphones for its upcoming flagship “Galaxy S21 series”. As per the Industry insiders which is cited by local news outlet ChosunBiz there are some leaks of the confirmation of Samsung consideration towards leaving out all in-box accessories for its latest flagship apart from a charging cable as we got to see on iPhone 12 series this year. However, the final decision is still pending but yet there exists a strong rumor that Samsung Galaxy S21 May Ship Without Charger and Earphones.
If we check out the flagship Samsung has offered which includes S series phones from the First Galaxy S to all the way to latest S20 series there was a pair of wired earbuds, USB cable, and charging brick. Looking with some positivity ditching the in-box accessories and using smaller boxes can potentially benefit the environment which is even clarified by Apple previously. However, buyers look over some price drops with this compromise and it would be better if Samsung looks towards that side too. Besides there also exists a strong argument to gossip around about the benefits and savings Samsung will have taking this step.
Somewhere it’s funny because around a week ago Samsung was trolling Apple for the idea to ship the iPhones without charging adapter and earphones. Still, it remains to be seen if the rumored removal of in-box chargers will also affect non-flagship Samsung devices. Its sure that more news will be coming out regarding this topic as it is going of town and there is a huge expectation that Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be announced earlier than usual. But, still “Don’t you think Samsung Copied Apple this time?”
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