Samsung Galaxy S21 without charger in the box, Samsung is following Apple?

A Rumor have suggested that follow in Apple’s steps, Samsung is planning to remove the charger from the box of the new Galaxy S21. The new Samsung Galaxy will be announced this Thursday. Evan Blass, a reliable leaker shared images of the official Galaxy S21; which confirms that Samsung’s new smartphones will come without a power adapter in the box.

Blass has tweeted images of what he claims to be the official webpage of the Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra. Before, he also leaked the entire iPhone 12 lineup before the Apple event. Besides having a new design, 5G support, and other enhancements, the new Samsung’s phones will not have a charger in the box — just like the iPhone.

In the website called “What’s in the box,” Samsung says that the new smartphones come with “just what you need” — a USB-C cable, the SIM-ejection tool, and a guide. Same as Apple has been saying since the company removed the power adapter from the Apple Watch box last year; Samsung also claims that the decision was made to help the environment.

This is somewhat contradictory to what Samsung did when Apple announced the iPhone 12 line. Samsung did made jokes on social networks; after Apple removed the charger from the iPhone box and jokes on social networks after Apple removed the charger from the iPhone box. But when rumors about the Galaxy S21 emerged on the web, these posts were deleted.

In a related note, Samsung invited its Twitter followers today to watch the Samsung Unpacked event this Thursday; but the tweets were shared using “Twitter for iPhone.” The company later deleted the tweets, but it was too late.


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 price has leaked

There’s no question, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 price is going to be expensive; but it’ll be marginally cheaper than the original Galaxy Fold, at least in one region.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 price has leaked

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 UK price will be a hefty £1,799; according to the official Samsung website in a leak first spotted by notable leaker Max Weinbach.

That’s £100 ‘cheaper’ than the first Galaxy Fold, as noted by our own Deputy Editor, John McCann, in a funny, sobering retweet comment. The first-gen Fold cost £1,899 when it launched late last year.

You can already pre-order the Fold 2 on that page, even though Samsung’s second-gen foldable was supposed to be revealed in full next week, Tuesday, September 1. That’s when we’ll be hearing about the official US price and release date.

The UK pre-order page confirms that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 release date, too: Friday, September 18, with a shipping date of September 17. It’ll come with 256GB and be available in two colors: Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black.

What’s the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 price be elsewhere?

This doesn’t guarantee that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be cheaper than the original Fold everywhere else. In the US, the first version cost $1,980, and in Australia, AU$2,900. But this leak does give us a ballpark figure – it’s going to be pricey everywhere.

The good news is that we don’t expect the Fold 2 to be a direction conversion from the new £1,799 price, like some follow-up tweets have posed. That would make it $2,375 in the US, but we often see UK prices for tech simply mirror US prices.

Another bit of good news: the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 seems to be a much better value. When it was teased at the Note 20 launch event, we saw a glimpse of an outer display that’s much bigger than the original (our biggest complaint) and specs that match the Note 20 Ultra (except the camera has a 2x optical zoom, not 5x optical).

We’ll still carry all of the coverage of the Z Fold 2 on Tuesday, September 1, complete with a live blog and how to watch the live stream guide. Stay tuned for the big event, which Samsung is called Galaxy Unpacked Part 2.

The Galaxy Z Flip 5G Comes Sooner

You will no longer have to wait until Unpacked on 5/8 for Samsung to launch new products. The main highlight of this new model is the top speed of 5G. The company has revealed the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, an improved version of the clamshell foldable phone. 

Now you won’t have to buy Galaxy S20 if you want a premium phone and high-speed internet access.

However, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G also has improved performance regardless of your internet connection. This is the first Samsung phone to use the Snapdragon 865 Plus chip, giving the advantage to both the original Z Flip and the S20 family. You can also get it with two new colors.

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In addition to those changes, Samsung focused on a 6.7-inch, 2,636 x 1,080 screen, which folds into a highly pocketable shape. With an external 1.1 inch screen that provides basic warnings and even a camera viewfinder.

Samsung told Android Author, there was no change to RAM (8GB) or storage (256GB). Galaxy Z Flip 5G is coming soon. Samsung will release upgraded equipment on August 7 through AT&T and T-Mobile as well as Amazon, Best Buy, and

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Performance improved by $ 1,450. However, Samsung will continue to launch the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Fold series at the Unpacked event. 

galaxy z 5G

With this new machine, the refining concept will be more like a tablet with a bigger 7.7-inch screen inside and a 6.2-inch external screen much handier. And the combination of camera and performance upgrades it can share with devices like the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Note 20. You won’t be hurt by Samsung’s selection of phones this fall.

Galaxy Z Flip 5G delivers 5G speed without adding bulk. It also reinforces the device as one of the most stylish and compact 5G smartphones available. Samsung has added the components needed to bring 5G connectivity while maintaining the bold, beautiful form factor of the Galaxy Z Flip for optimal portability.

galaxy z flip 5G

Galaxy Z Flip 5G comes in two new premium colors including Mysterious Gray and Mystic Copper, all wrapped in glass with a soft-touch finish that touches while minimizing fingerprints.

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