Samsung will launch its Galaxy S21 series of flagship smartphones in the next few weeks. Although the company has not set a release date, it is expected to officially announce the release date on January 14.
This time, the company is expected to remove the power adapter from the retail box of the smartphone. Since the launch of the Galaxy Note10 series, the Korean giant has stopped putting headphones in boxes, at least in the United States.
There are rumors that the company will exclude the charger and earphones from the retail box of the upcoming Galaxy S series flagship products, but since Samsung has deleted social media posts, mocking Apple for removing the charger from the iPhone box, so Now there is a great possibility.
This may be a cost-saving measure by the South Korean giant because the company is competing with Chinese companies, which sell high-end flagship smartphones at lower prices than Samsung and Apple.
Even if Samsung stops including chargers and earphones in retail packaging of upcoming smartphones, the company may still offer users an option for free.
Samsung stopped including Galaxy Note10 series headphones in the United States, but those who want headphones can ask the company and send them out for free. This may be the case for upcoming advanced devices.
However, to determine what the company’s plans are, we will have to wait for the official press conference that is expected to be held in a few weeks. Meanwhile, the company has arranged an event in the first week of January to showcase its new display technology.