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Do not count on the Samsung Galaxy S21 to come back with an influence adapter

If there’s one company known for mocking Apple’s choices, it’s Samsung. The Korean tech giant poked fun at Cupertino’s decision to get rid of headphone jacks for creating the notch, and it did so not that long ago. Apple also poked fun at removing power adapters and wired headphones with the latest shipment. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean Samsung took a different path. Sammy also dropped the headphone jack. It gave us an Infinity-O display with a punch-hole selfie camera, which can be just as annoying for some as the notch. With the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, the power adapter and headphones may also be removed.

Well, it seems that Samsung fans won’t find a power adapter or wired headphones in the box of the new Samsung Galaxy S21. Rumors have been mentioning the possibility of this happening for a while now, and it seems we’re seeing Sammy re-tracking Apple’s controversial moves.

On the official Samsung website, it says in several articles: “Our Galaxy mobile phone offers you everything you need, from the basic charger to the best camera, the best battery, the best performance and the best storage.” This led us to believe that Samsung would not remove the included accessories anytime soon, but we were wrong. The company has already deleted Facebook posts that make fun of Apple, which could give us a better idea of ​​the company’s intentions.

Either way, it seems we won’t have to wait that long to see if Samsung chooses to go green like Apple, as the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is expected to hit the market early next year. Some even dare to say that the launch event could take place on January 14th, just two days after the launch of the new Exynos chipset, which could be the new Exynos 2100.

Source GizChina

Samuel Martinez

A former bilingual teacher who left the classroom to join the Pocketnow team as a news editor and content creator for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who likes video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing, and good music.

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