The challenge to the new iPhone 12 and Apple’s decision to remove the headphones (earphones) and charger from the smartphone case was immense. The internet vibrated with scathing criticism and manufacturers, including Samsung, followed suit.
This same Samsung that satirized Apple’s attitude, a behavior already common among the main players in the market mobile, will now follow in the footsteps of the rival. It is certain that the environment will thank this measure, and will not harm the company’s coffers.
ANATEL certified the Samsung Galaxy S21 for Brazil
The National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL), the Brazilian regulatory body, has already approved the three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S21, with the base version (S21) having the model number M-G991B / DS, with the other versions also being certified.
The certification procedure was first reported by the portal Metropolis, Brazilian entity that caused great impact on social networks due to the measure of the South Korean manufacturer. First the criticism, then the imitation, criticize several fans.
The action, apparently confirmed, comes without much surprise. If years of experience and attention to the smartphone market have taught us anything, it is that Apple is great at creating trends, some unusual, but with the majority to be replicated.
Social networks vibrated in Brazil
Based on leaks, we have the official presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S21 on January 14th. Composed of three models – S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra – they will have a new design, in addition to improvements in cameras and performance.
However, with the removal of the USB charger being an almost certainty, just like the earphones, we can only wait to see if more manufacturers follow this example. We remind you that Samsung is the leading manufacturer in the market and can influence others.
Finally, it was also in Brazil that a recent action brought by the National Consumer Secretariat notified Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Xiaomi, LG and ASUS of the importance of these accessories, the removal of which would violate consumer rights.
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