Samsung Galaxy S21 will not have feature that many still appreciate

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

In recent years we have seen smartphone storage growing. For that reason, we see the top smartphones on the market starting at 128GB or 256GB of space, which is more than enough for most users.

This is not the case for all users, who still value the fact that some manufacturers offer support for microSD cards. Now, according to the latest rumor, this is something that Samsung loses in the next tops of the range.

Samsung Galaxy S21 will not have support for microSD cards

Remember that both Galaxy S20 and Note 20 support storage via microSD. But according to the renowned leaker Roland Quandt, this is a feature that does not appear on the list of new Galaxy S21.

S21 spec sheets say: memory card reader: “No” Some markets might still get a charger in the box though, while others don't.

– Roland Quandt (@rquandt) December 31, 2020

In a publication on Twitter, the source explicitly states that this feature will be absent from all variants of the new smartphone. It remains to be seen whether this will be a situation for all markets.

It is also mentioned that, as expected, some markets may have access to the charger in the smartphone box. Following in Apple's footsteps, the various leaks point to Samsung not putting a charger in the box of the new Galaxy S21. However, this can vary depending on the regulations of the different markets.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

The source says that while some markets should receive the charger in the box, others do not. It remains to be seen whether or not we will have chargers in the Galaxy S21 case in UK. A question that should be cleared up until January 14, the day of the official presentation.

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