Why doesn't anyone here think back to the days of the metal Samsung Wave phones which hahad removable batteries. It is possible you lot need to get out more
So this design precludes the possibility of a curved screen (a-la Note Edge), doesn't it?
AnonD-222610, 05 Jan 2015The only thing that I like Samsung design is they keep hardware button(not on screen back, hom... moreAgree.
Only that large phones with large displays, are not so stupid for many.
Stupid are large(thin) phones with small displays and huge bezels. Like iPhone 6/6+, though.
Yes, everyone will trade 1 or 2mm thickness for better battery and smaller footprint.
No more removable batteries? i hope it will pack at least 3200mah to be fair.. however this is just non confirm information
[deleted post]Can you explain, what is this "unibody" buzz, about???? Please!!!
(BTW if there is battery door, how could we speak about "unibody"?)
Hope Samsung will not fall into the menial tech media's iTrap, about how "superior" is the handicap, sealed aluminium unibody
The only thing that I like Samsung design is they keep hardware button(not on screen back, home and menu button), keeping top and bottom bezel roughly 1-2.3 cm thick for better grip in landscape and their camera always position at the center(I hate upper corner camera). Only complaint is it smartphone are getting awfully splat.
1) Smaller size
3)But it have stupid hardware spec
2)Tiny battery that doesn't make any sense in today technology
3)Pro hardware spec
4)Glass screen going to be very fragile
5)Expensive gimmick phone
AnonD-126854, 05 Jan 20155.5" will be suicide. The S line keeps so far the same device size from the first S mode... moreIt is very possible that they can still have a removable battery if they use the HTC Legend method where thebettaery slides out through the battom while keeping a metal unibody. That might explain the hole at the bottom of the metal frame.
Gibby, 05 Jan 20155.5" QHD screen is all I need. Bring it on!
The only issue could be a none removable ba... more5.5" will be suicide.
The S line keeps so far the same device size from the first S model. That was the winner.
So 5.2" or so, with smaller bezels should be the right display size, keeping same device size.
If they make non-removable battery, that would be another nail in the coffin. Well, there are not other phones with swappable batteries, so ppl to go for it, but still Samsung will lose one real advantage.
Hope this "leak" is false!!!!!!
techlover1, 05 Jan 2015Well I don't know!? But I don't think that this is the real thing! ? But on the other hand, I ... moreAnd you'll probably expect a 6000mAh battery with an endurance time of more than 200 hours. A very slim profile, and all for the rather affordable price of $399.99 including taxes ?.
Seems like Samsung is finally getting rid of the removable battery, unless they use a similar method to the old HTC Legend.
Well I don't know!? But I don't think that this is the real thing! ? But on the other hand, I absolutely hope that the S6 will really be full Metal body! And with the latest/best technology of 2014/2015! Like the coming Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 (Octa core, 64bit, Adreno 430, etc) 5.5" Quad HD display (with the thinnest bezels ever, more than of LG G3), 32 GB internal, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SD, 20 MP camera, 5 MP front facing camera, wireless charging (fast charging) (big & removable battery), (& the long awaited) Dual Stereo Speakers, etc. So i really hope that Samsung will produce something really great! !? For Samsung it self, for all the fans/customers, and for all the raising of technology! Come on Samsung just do it! !!!!!
5.5" QHD screen is all I need. Bring it on!
The only issue could be a none removable battery.
Could they build a device with a mechanically removable rear back panel (with screws or a special metal tool? (as we don't need to remove the battery on a regular basis))
As long as the overall device dimensions are kept to a minimum - I'd be interested