sr777, 29 Jan 2016Can you name the models? I like to check them out. Any newer versions that can give 18hrs of... morego to battery test table
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and there you can find it
I used to believe/agree with Murtazin in the past, many times he was spot-on, same as with Nokia-Microsoft deal. The deal killed Nokia as smartphone maker. But now I only read articles on GSMArena, not on Murtazin's site. I like GSMArena's design and review structure much more. Thanks, guys!
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2016I will never again buy an OEM battery, not even for the same price.
The OEM batteries have ... moreThen don't. Buy a genuine one from the manufacturer. Paying $20, in fact it will you give you an awesome brand new battery which lasts *exactly* as much as when you first bought the phone (I've measured it)...
...or you'd buy a PoS sealed phone which is going to degrade after a year of heavy usage, or two years of medium usage. Good luck with your degraded phone in that case.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2016Newest Samsung AMOLEDs have around 400 nits at 100% manual brightness, but can reach 700 nits... moreWell, S line do not use always the same processor&screen so result cannot be the same, but this time the are multiple sizes so probably will nothing matter?... Also I know about auto brightness(well samsung do not say exactly) but if they did mean auto, then they would need some screen&battery miracles. But you want too much, even now sammy does best battery-l. results, no 16/10/10h but more. So stamina will be great anyway, I just wonder about memory and if they introduce some new tech like sensors...
harlekkin, 29 Jan 2016Well, removable battery or not, I'd never buy a non-genuine batter for my phone as they can se... more$80 dollars for battery. Genuine batterys from the manufacturer direct (not ebay) are about 15-20$ (samsung, lg, etc)
I will never again buy an OEM battery, not even for the same price.
The OEM batteries have been sitting in a warehouse degrading since the matching phone was in production. I have never once gotten a good one. The knockoffs shipped from China when you place your order are factory fresh. I have had really good luck with manufacturers that promote their own branding rather than imitating OEM branding.
Lithium technology is pretty basic and hasn't changed much in years. You don't need a high tech factory to turn out a good quality battery.
G5 user, 29 Jan 2016bahhh lies .... surely 7 hours and u are done with it.Its a samsung phone not lg
Florin, 29 Jan 2016If this turns out to be true, I'm gonna be the next president of America Yup
Florin, 29 Jan 2016If this turns out to be true, I'm gonna be the next president of America Ummm...can u tell me how Will you become president...?
If this turns out to be true, I'm gonna be the next president of America
harlekkin, 29 Jan 2016Well, removable battery or not, I'd never buy a non-genuine batter for my phone as they can se... moreGenuine batteries cost around $20. Nothing stops you from buying them instead of $5 chinese knock offs...
AnonD-292864, 29 Jan 2016There would be *nothing* to do about it ? How about going to a service center and having your ... moreYeah and paying $150 to violate your phone's case integrity. Never again being as durable (as the phone's integrity was/is violated, as it happens with all sealed phones).
Basically you should never open your sealed phone, if you want it to be as resistant (to falls, etc) as ever.
It's a conundrum that the buyer *always* loses. And all that for aesthetics that most people choose to cover with a case anyway ... what a waste.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2016Another PoS sealed battery debacle that is going to last half the charge after one year of hea... moreWell, removable battery or not, I'd never buy a non-genuine batter for my phone as they can seriously damage and screw with your phone.
Apple will replace a battery for around $80, and most genuine batteries cost around that or more anyway, so again - what's the big deal of having non-replaceable batteries when the OEM will replace it for the same price?
The SGS6 has just over 4 hours of screen on time, on average, so I haven
t the faintest how the SGS7 could possibly have 17 hours of video playback unless its revolutionary new battery technology.