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Removal of Samsung charger will be standard on Galaxy phones

One of the controversial aspects of Samsung’s new Galaxy S21 series is the removal of the included charging brick. In the next Q&A, Samsung has confirmed that it will remove the charger from future releases and address a few more burning questions.

Let’s start with the elephants in the house. Going forward, Samsung will remove the charger from the box of other devices in its lineup. Samsung has said it is “transitioning” smartphones to include chargers or headphones in the box, but did not specify which devices will be missing and which will be. Samsung says it will change “slowly” and indicates that it has been standardizing USB-C charging bricks since 2001.

We believe that the gradual removal of charger plugs and earphones from our in-box device packaging can solve sustainable customer issues and remove any stress that may be felt towards constantly taking unnecessary charger accessories with the new phone.

Another notable part of this “interview” is the tribute to S. Penn. Rumors have been circulating for months that Samsung plans to shut down the Note series that the S Pen is expanding to more Galaxy devices and well, Samsung isn’t really denying it here. TM Roh “” plans to expand S Pen’s experience in additional device categories “and the company” recovered “[s] Committed to customer feedback “, but has clearly outlined any answers on how the Galaxy Note series affects it.

We are committed to innovating uninterrupted and seamlessly flowing new mobile experiences to make our consumers’ lives easier and better. We have made bold decisions in the future to extend the S Pen experience to the Galaxy S21 Ultra and plan to expand the S Pen experience to additional device segments in the future. We are committed to providing our consumers with the best mobile experience and will continue to actively listen to and consider customer feedback on our product innovations.

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