The controversy is served and has been Carlos Santa Engracia placeholder image the one in charge of putting the first log on the fire. Our colleague by profession has published an image on his Twitter account quite controversial in which the back of a Samsung Galaxy S21. On this back it is clearly indicated, in the Spanish language, that you can receive a charger for free if you request it. Apparently it seems that it is the same strategy that Xiaomi followed with its Xiaomi Mi 11, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Samsung Spain will not give you a charger, if you want it you have to pay
The controversy comes into play when we read the rest of the sticker translations, in which it is clearly indicated -in other languages- that the charger is not included and that it is sold separately. We can also read at the top of the sticker a ‘Samsung PO Box 12987, Dublin, IE‘.
We have quickly put on contact Samsung Spain support chat to know what was happening. It seems that everything has been a misunderstanding or a mistake in translation to the Spanish of this message. The Samsung chat in Spanish takes us out of doubts and tells us no, Samsung will not give away a charger to the customer who requests it.
The literal answer of the chat can be found in the attached image, which, it leaves many doubts about what is really happening. Luckily the device is not for sale yet and the company may be able to fix it before putting it on store shelves. If you do so with this message, it seems that, under the law, you should comply and grant that charger to everyone who requests it.
It is possible that in the next few hours the Samsung Spain Issue a statement talking about this topic and the reason for the error or confusion.
Source | Carlos Santa Engracia’s Twitter
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