Samsung Galaxy S21 marketing material confirms. For the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, reliable tipster Roland Quandt of WinFuture has now leaked marketing materials. Samsung actually wants to do without the power supply that is included in most countries. Official marketing images for the new top smartphones now confirm what were previously only rumors.
Samsung will offer the charging adapter a pass, making the packaging of the new phones slimmer and more portable, as some reports have pointed out previously. Samsung may also explain its decision as an environmentally-friendly step order, like Apple, to avoid the production of unnecessary waste.
You are saving the environment because most consumers already have a power supply unit from a previously launched smartphone. You can choose from a wide range of power supplies from Samsung’s own production, if you want.
However, what you get in the box is a USB-C data cable, an ejection pin, and a guide for a quick start. A number of other power supplies with different special features are also being decided to launch by Samsung. A new wireless charging dock is expected, among other things, and there are new power supplies with two or three USB ports that can be used for charging multiple devices.
This time around, there are also no headphones there. Samsung also has another benefit by doing without the power supply and headphones included. The company itself can shrink the packaging. This reduces the cost of packaging and, in the end, even more smartphones fit on a pallet.