Some sets of smartphones of the South Korean company Samsung may lose charging adapters. This was reported by ETNews on Wednesday, July 8.
According to him, the developers justify this decision by seeking to reduce production and logistics costs, as well as concern for the environment. According to official data, thousands of tons of serviceable adapters are sent to the trash every year.
Presumably, the flagship devices included in the Galaxy S, Galaxy Note and possibly Galaxy Fold / Flip lines may lose their charges, writes 360 TV channel. Other accessories are not specified in the Samsung configuration.
On July 7, it was reported that owners of new Samsung smartphones in Germany reported a problem with charging devices. In particular, models such as the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra were not charged or disconnected from charging. There were problems regardless of whether an official accessory or a third-party device was used for charging.