According to rumors, the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30, like the iPhone 12 without a charger and headphones, will hit the market.
Apple launches various iPhone 12 models without headphones and charger; A move that has created a lot of margins for the company. The iPhone 12 box contains only the Lightning phone and cable. According to Apple, the removal of the charger and headphones was to reduce plastic production and protect the environment; Of course, removing the charger has made the iPhone case much smaller.
The removal of the charger from the iPhone 12 packaging has caused many phone manufacturers to show interesting reactions on social networks. At that time, Samsung posted a picture of the phone charger on its social networks.
Now the rumors point to another issue and it is possible that the Galaxy S21 will hit the market without a charger and headphones. Some South Korean news agencies have hinted that Samsung may remove headphones and chargers from the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30 box. Others have suggested, however, that Samsung is likely to remove only the headphones from the case.
Samsung is currently selling fast chargers separately, and users will need to purchase a 45-watt charger separately to be able to charge their phone faster. The charger of the new Samsung phones is 25 watts, and it is possible that if the headphones are removed from the box of these phones, the faster charger will still be sold separately.
More interestingly, the Galaxy Note 20 is available in the United States without headphones. Of course, customers can get the AKG headphones for the Galaxy Note 20 for free from Samsung; But they should go to the nearest Samsung customer service center. Many buyers of this phone ignore the headphones, knowing that the headphones are free.
However, it is not yet clear what accessories Samsung will remove from the box of Galaxy S21 or Galaxy 30. Will Samsung be the first company after Apple to remove headphones and chargers from its phones? Is Samsung doing this with its handsets, given its reaction to Apple to remove the charge from the case of the iPhone 12?