Samsung is including a USB-C power adapter in the Galaxy series at the time of writing, but the company is also rumored to be planning to discontinue including it in some smartphones starting in 2021. Some believe that this is also ostensibly because chargers are already "in widespread use" and is actually aimed at reducing manufacturing costs.
It's a tradition for Samsung to poke fun at Apple every time a new iPhone is released.
On Samsung Mobile US's Twitter account, the company made fun of Apple's delayed 5G support, saying, "Some people are just saying hi to speed now, we've been friends for a while. Get your Galaxy 5G device now," referring to the "Hi, Speed." that Apple posted when announcing the iPhone launch event.
Samsung even released ads poking fun at the iPhone X's notch and the lack of a microSD card slot. On the other hand, it has a history of deleting videos poking fun at the lack of an earphone jack on the iPhone, around the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series, which also eliminated the earphone jack. You may want to take a screenshot of this Facebook and Twitter post and save it permanently.
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