SteveCook, 01 Mar 2016Because everyone is buying the phone,some are poor and they are steal it :DNot every one :)
Because everyone is buying the phone,some are poor and they are steal it :D
Trow, 01 Mar 2016Oh gosh people are ridiculous with the removable battery issue: Power banks = easily charge... moreIt's more than that. When your battery loses performance over time, it's nice to just replace it and carry on charging nightly without the need to drag an external battery around.
Oh gosh people are ridiculous with the removable battery issue:
Power banks = easily charged spare battery
Spare battery = battery which needs a charger to put it into
abc, 01 Mar 2016so.. you have enough money to buy a very expensive flagship phone. but you dont have money to... moreEven more you are likely to change your phone every odd year (if not every single one). The replacing the battery is likely no to bother ~90 of the customers. The debate of the sealed battery is pointless. Hardly anyone ever changes the battery, and if it fails you are actually better of with sealed one. Why? Because when you have sealed battery you are likely to get replacement phone (which is always nice) and over the whole warranty period (hardly any shop will be able to prove it is faulty battery and you will get the replacement as for faulty phone), but when battery is replaceable you will likely get only battery replaced and only within 6 month. Sealed batteries all the way.
Hold your horses, the Exynos version doesn't have it, the SD820 version will come with 3.0(as it is supported by Qualcomm, while the Exynos version is Samsung's own chip and they do not get to put the technology in there, unless it`s a Snaprdagon device inside)
JonHolstein, 01 Mar 2016Again this removable battery discussion. High end phones are not designed for those kinds of ... moreHello JonHolstein, when you have a removable battery and an external charger you can charge your depleted battery while using the one that is full. When camping you don't have to carry the powerbank with you in the woods. You can attach the powerbank to the external charger and plug that removable battery inside and when you return you have a full battery at your disposal. Please don't minify the power of a removable battery (no pun intended).
Hello abc, when I get home I like to swap my depleted battery with one fully charged by an external battery. When I go out I would rather carry one extra battery and not have to carry cables or external batteries and all that. I just swap them and everything is beautiful again. Not to mention that I can use the depleted battery with an external battery charger tied to an external battery in my car...not to have to carry them with me. I switched from samsung to lg when samsung no longer offered the possibility to remove the battery.
Guys plz tell me Which one is best option to buy?? LG G5 or Galaxy
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016The G5 runs about $650. I predict the modules would be around $50 each. so more than s7 with just a little more battery+glasses+music. gg lg :P
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016in this case, there is what we called reset button.. -_-hm.... i wonder why no one apple user with date think not do this.....
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016You have to pay the battery original price plus service charge.so.. you have enough money to buy a very expensive flagship phone.
but you dont have money to pay the battery replacement service charge (at least once every one or two years) ?
thats so funny.
I think it's because there so many stupids said they don't mind if S7 has no USB-C.
And willing to pay a lot for older specs.
I feel that Samsung phone is NOT great anymore.
Removable battery is basiccally can be nonRemovable,
IF.... you dont remove it. More option.
Can use a Power bank and/or spare battery, another option.
0-100 instantly or normal charge,
dead battery, go to service centre or DIY,
Life,s Good when you have freedom of choise.
Future phones will have everything removable (project ARA).
we will have option to replace every component.
Non removable battery debate, OMG so much fun :))))
Which is more of a hassle:
1. To get a power bank which is more cost efficient(some even support quick charge) and have huge capacity. Some can even charge your phone 10 times from one single charge.
You can leave your phone in your bag(in which you would carry your spare batteries btw) or you can have a cable even come out of your bag in to your phone while you use it(OMG, this is groudbreaking stuff) and charge it at the same time
2. You can buy extra batteries which have the same capacity as the original, and if you respect your phone you might want oem batteries not cheap chinese batteries, and you would need at least two. Now you need to charge them, which means take out the battery out of the phone and place it inside and charge it and do that again, time consuming. Also it will set you back in terms of money more than a power bank and you cannot use it to charge anything else.