Samsung Galaxy S30: Company follows Apple with unpopular trend

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Samsung Galaxy S30: Company follows Apple with unpopular trend
Samsung Galaxy S30: Company follows Apple with unpopular trend

Samsung Galaxy S30 Company follows Apple with unpopular trend

Samsung Galaxy S30 Release Date is February 2021

Apple has broken new ground with the current iPhone 12 lineup and, to the chagrin of the users, has tweaked the scope of delivery of the smartphones. Samsung could now do the same as the iPhone manufacturer and also make an unpopular decision with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S30.

When Apple announced that they would deliver new iPhones in the future without headphones and power supplies, the Cupertino-based company received a lot of ridicule, especially from direct competition from South Korea and China. Now new information suggests that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S30 could also follow this trend.

Samsung Galaxy S30 without power adapter and headphones: does the manufacturer follow the trend?

A while ago there were rumors that Samsung’s new flagship could ship without a charger. The tech site mobiFlip now reports, citing Korean sources, that not only a missing power supply could surprise customers, but also the absence of headphones as part of the standard scope of delivery. This move would come a little unexpected this early as the manufacturer recently used Apple’s decision as a social media marketing opportunity.

Samsung Galaxy S30: scope of delivery – Apple once again as a pioneer

However, this phenomenon is not new. Apple is known for leading the industry with such decisions. In the past, the elimination of the headphone jack initially led to an outcry before the competition made it easy for the iPhone manufacturer. Design trends such as the much discussed “camera notch” also spread quickly in the Android world. The company only seems to be stubbornly sticking to the Lightning connector – at least for this generation.

Now that Apple has taken the first step and Samsung is likely to follow suit, other manufacturers are likely to make similar decisions in the future and establish the stripped-down scope of delivery as the new standard.

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