The manual of the S6 has instructions on how to remove the battery on the last pages of it.
The steps are basically:
- remove SIM tray
- remove back-cover
- unscrew a bunch of screws
- remove circuit board
- you have access to the battery
It'd be interesting to have someone try this out to see how easy it's doable.
ilike so much but my money is not enough.so not expensive for me samsung
Samsung omited the micro sd card slot deliberately because they know that what they have put in the esthetics is enough to lure some customers, then they will put it back in s7 as way to to lure customers again. S7 will come with the same design but with a memory card slot and a slightly bigger battery and RAM(4GB) and maybe larger screen size.
I'm still can't decide which color to get! White or Emerald Green S6 Edge? hehehe
No SD card or removable battery. Instead fragile glass back and gimmick screen. Bye bye Samsung, hello HTC.
Mr.Greg, 05 Mar 2015Without sd card and non removable battery, read yourself your manual, samsuck!!!!It's not a must you buy the phone. If those features are superior to the ones present in the phone switch to another phone. Damn!
next year samsung will release Galaxy note 6 360. it's the first phone ever with 360-degree superamoled display. and i will wait for it cause it's specs: 5.7" display, octa-core processor, 4gb-ram, 32gb minimum internal memory (expandable), dual sim capability, removable 5000-mah battery, 16MP front and back ois camera, shockproof, waterproof, titanium uni-body w/ 360-degree corning gorilla glass 4 protection and price tag of us$1400.