Just got X5 two weeks ago. Today could not on the phone and charge the phone after drain out.?????
Let's see which one:
1. Will be more popular
2. Will have higher retaining price
AnonD-119666, 11 May 2015it's not out of juice im worried, it's out of life cycle. dumbYou are spot on. Changing the non-removable battery after it is dead is a big pain. Non-removable battery is fine for people who change their phones every year. Not so for others who intend to use their phones for more than 2 years.
AnonD-119666, 11 May 2015if it's non removable, throw that phone into river. 8mp? do the same thing please.You technology illiterate kids with your removeable battery. The battery already has 4150, you seriously drain that thing in less than a day and need to swap it?
if it's non removable, throw that phone into river. 8mp? do the same thing please.
Anonymous, 11 May 2015Smart? Another "ultra thin" phone with a crappy battery. Total madness. Well, that just means you've read absolutely nothing in this article, or that your grasp on English is limited. This new phone is the exact opposite of that.
Sean, 11 May 2015Smart decision on their part.Smart? Another "ultra thin" phone with a crappy battery. Total madness.
I honestly think this was a wise decision, because you don't need a thin phone, but you need a phone that will run without dieng in 2 hours standby.
Adding a larger battery and still so thin! This is what I support, good going. These phones don't need to be much thinner than 8 mm. I hope the Note 5 does not sacrifice battery for thinness, we don't need blade phones.