Yo, 20 Jan 2015Lol. A phone that is 2 years old IS disposable junk. You want to keep up with increased connec... moreYou're a typical customer who is brainwashed by the marketing, capitalism. You can't see further than your own selfish wants. Not everyone wants to buy new phones (and waste money) every 1-2 year.
And you're noone to tell others what they want.
Yo, 20 Jan 2015"Power pack is a primitive method. It wears out the phone's built-in battery even faster,... moreThe batteries have limited recharge cycles. The more cycles you use up, the less the lifespan remains.
And your comment suggests that you are an owner of a phone with non-removable battery. The truth hurts you, this frustrates you. So you want to justify your purchase by understating the problmes of your phone.
Seriously? glass back? Sony is moving away from glass back with their latest xperia flagship because of the glass self cracking issue thats quite common with their Z lineup.
Now you will have to worry about the back for scratches and crack as well. SMH
Apple learned their lesson already with glass back panel, it will just make the phone more vulnerable when dropped.
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2015Phones with non-removable battery = disposable junks. Because you can use it only for a limite... moreLol. A phone that is 2 years old IS disposable junk. You want to keep up with increased connection speeds, screen and camera quality, waterproofing, and any other innovative updates. Maybe you don't?
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2015For anyone who has common sense, the removable battery is the way to go.
Power pack is a pr... more"Power pack is a primitive method. It wears out the phone's built-in battery even faster, because you charge it more fequently. The extended battery is the best way."
What? I've never read such bollocks ever in my life. Do you know what kills your battery...is a Fast Charger! And who doesn't get a new phone every 2 years? You always want to keep up with the times and latest tech.
The last hopes:
I'm waiting for Google's Project Ara modular phones.
And I hope LG G4 will have removable battery (as LG G3 has).
All other manufacturers follow the wrong design trend.
Phones with non-removable battery = disposable junks. Because you can use it only for a limited period of time (1-2 years, when the battery wears out).
darkraver, 19 Jan 2015Actually some of todays flagships can last you 2 days of heavy usage you know, which means in ... moreYour comment proves that you are nowhere near to a heavy user and you don't know what you're talking about.
With heavy usage, NO phones lasts longer than a few hours. That's why extended batteries are important.ú
If someone wants to use his phone after 2 years, he will have to buy a new phone, because the battery is non-removable. The service is not a solution. It costs much more than buying a new battery, it takes weeks before you get back the phone from the service, and you have to deal with the fact that they had to take apart/open the body of the phone which will damage the phone.
darkraver, 19 Jan 2015For anyone with full mind though, a powerpack is a more intelligent solution, all nonremovable... moreFor anyone who has common sense, the removable battery is the way to go.
Power pack is a primitive method. It wears out the phone's built-in battery even faster, because you charge it more fequently. The extended battery is the best way.
The other thing that proves that you are closed minded is that you don't talk about that the batteries have short lifespan. It's capacity decreases over time and it won't hold a charge after about 2 years so you have to replace it.
So removable battery is the most important.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2015If they can throw in a 5000mah battery i'll give them a break on the non-removable battery part :DThe mAh number doesn't matter. The li-ion batteries have short lifespan, they wear out quickly.
objections to a non existent device duh brain
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2015LOL. No commentYou just made a comment. LOL.
AnonD-354190, 20 Jan 2015Do you hear about Huawei Ascend Mate 7? 67hrs is a bad rating for a 'device' with a 4000mah battery. And at 6 inches it's not a phone anymore.
Yo, 20 Jan 2015What phone uses a 4000mah battery? Shows you don't know what you talking about fanboy.LOL. No comment
Yo, 20 Jan 2015What phone uses a 4000mah battery? Shows you don't know what you talking about fanboy.Do you hear about Huawei Ascend Mate 7?
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2015Yes, actually. Two different sites making revies get much different results and judging by bat... moreWhat phone uses a 4000mah battery? Shows you don't know what you talking about fanboy.
Lotus Ravenmoore, 20 Jan 2015fanboys.. fanboys everywhere. you find most of them here in GSMArena :)Unfortunately they are everywhere in real life too, that's why we only get crapphones
fanboys.. fanboys everywhere.
you find most of them here in GSMArena :)
Yo, 19 Jan 2015Really? So you saying Gsmarena battery test results is all bs?Yes, actually. Two different sites making revies get much different results and judging by battery sizes, my own phone and what many people are saying, i tend to agree with them. 11h mah with a 4000mah battery and not on full brightness