Samsung Galaxy S21 series smart phones sold in some markets are no longer equipped with chargers as standard

When the galaxy S21 series of smartphones are launched next year, Samsung may no longer offer standard chargers to consumers in specific markets, XDA developers reports. Techoblog, who initially exposed the incident, said it found clues in a document Samsung submitted to Brazil’s telecommunications regulator Anatel. In fact, since July, it has been widely rumored that Samsung will do so, until Apple first introduced the change in the iPhone 12 series smartphones released this fall. < / P > < p > at first, Samsung also posted on Facebook to ridicule Apple’s iPhone 12 for canceling the charger, but it may be a little guilty, and the company later deleted the post. < / P > < p > of course, netizens familiar with Samsung’s history of “being beaten in the face” may remember the cancellation of the 3.5mm headphone jack in Galaxy note 10. < / P > < p > it should be pointed out that at present, we only see this application submitted by Samsung to the Brazilian Telecom regulatory authority Anatel. Therefore, Galaxy S21 series smart phones may not cancel the standard charger in the global market. < / P > < p > ironically, as 9to5mac points out, Apple may be forced to include a power adapter in the iPhone 12 series smartphone box sold in Brazil. < / P > < p > based on this, even if Samsung wants to take this step, it may eventually adopt a step-by-step strategy. For example, although the US version of the galaxy note 20 does not come with headphones, Samsung has provided a set of AKG earphones for free to consumers who ask for it= target=_ blank>Developed a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing