Bro your question is valid, but note that the charger is not "free" in midrange devices, whereas in flagships, Samsung reduced the price of devices while not including the charger. Moreover, a person buying a flagship has enough money to buy a charger (even if the price was not reduced) while it may not be cheap for a midrange customer. Samsung is already as or more premium than the fruit company. Its a shame calling them "premium".
Finally, it comes down to personal preferences. I have a 25 watt charger at home, and if I buy a S21 series flagship, no charger won't matter.
Don't get me wrong, its still a really bad move, especially the microSD card slot removal, but 3.5 mm jack and charger is not a concern (for me).
Now if we compare with Apple:
Apple provided a type c to lightning port wire in the box whereas the iPhone 11 and previous devices' chargers were Type A to lightning, which means they HAVE to buy chargers in order to charge their devices. While Samsung has been providing type c to type c charger since Note 10 series and has started adding c to c chargers in most devices. So it won't be a problem for most customers while upgrading from a previous flagship to a new one.
To mint money bro a person buying a flagship phone now might even buy the flagship tws with anc. The so called reduction in price is just a eye-wash. But it's the consumers who should be blamed for this practice because people still buy these phones.
Yaar, mujhe micro sd card slot se aab chir ho gayi hai, pehle eek sandisk ka sd card tha, photography and videography karte time lag ho raha tha, and then all the photos and videos are corrupt. Sd card bahut hi risky storage medium hai.
Yeh toh sahi hai, par yeh bhi sahi hai ki SanDisk ki quality acchi nahi hoti, I had a very bad experience with them, both in pendrives and SD cards. Isiliye mai abhi HP ka SD card aur pendrive use karta hu.