Samsung is ready to launch its Galaxy S21 series of leading smartphones in the coming weeks. Although the company has not yet confirmed the launch date, it is expected to officially announce them on January 14.
This time, the company is expected to remove the power adapter from the smartphone’s retail box. The South Korean giant has already stopped including headphones in the box, at least in the United States, since the launch of the Galaxy Note10 line.
The company is rumored to have taken the chargers and headphones out of the retail box of the upcoming Galaxy S series flagship, but now there’s a good chance it will happen as Samsung has removed social media posts mocking Apple for removing the charger from the iPhone box.
This could be a cost saving for the South Korean giant, given that the company competes with Chinese companies that sell top-quality smartphones at significantly lower prices compared to Samsung and Apple.
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Even after Samsung stops including chargers and headphones in the retail box of future smartphones, there is a possibility that the company will offer users the option to request it for free.
Samsung stopped buying the Galaxy Note10 series in the United States to include the headphones, but those who wanted the headphones could request the company and it sends them for free. This is likely to be the case for upcoming premium devices.
However, to know with certainty what the company was planning, we will have to wait for the official launch which is expected in a few weeks. Meanwhile, the company has scheduled an event in the first week of January to unveil its new display technology.
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