Solun1, 29 Feb 2016What is the advantage of having a removable battery in today´s age? Batteries die slowly... moreWell Apple for example would charge over $100 to replace the battery, which only costs $15-20 (well for the 5c/5s). I've had a handful of iPhone 5c/5s have battery issues in less than 2 years. I'd say about 10% of the phones have had to have their battery replaced.
AnonD-375420, 29 Feb 2016usb-c is the future since Apple worked at it. even samsung will adopt it probably in note 6 o... moreApple has been a part of USB Implementers Forum since day 1, and they've used this port in their laptops everywhere. Unfortunately, one cannot say the same thing about their phones. So while I can see Apple laptops implementing this, and they already do, the phones will continue to have that idiotic connector.
While I'm not nuts about it, but you can buy a 6ft one on Monoprice for $9.34. Not going to break the bank.
Nothing wrong with 2.0 IMO. I use it on my moto X play, works like a charm.
Jordan, 29 Feb 2016I'd hazard a guess that this lack of QuickCharge 3.0 doesn't apply to the Snapdragon 820 versi... moreI was thinking the same thing but it sounds like it will charge quickly regardless.
Samsung are crap phones. My current samsung phones is the last. God save me from samsung phones. Cheap, no assembling quality, same and dull looking, no support in the near future and etc.
as long its fully charged from 10-100% within an hour, like on edge+ and note 5, i dont see any problem. how fast does lg's fast charge 3 go from 10-100% ? should be about 30 minutes if its that much better.
TOTALLY WRONG NEWS.
galaxy s7 supports quick charge 3.0.
you can see their launch event video where they say it supports quick charge 3.0 and will reach 83% in 30 mins.
btw quick charge tech is give for free to all companys, thats why even s6 has quick charge 2.0.
so totally wrong news
I had to raise an eye brow when I first saw 2.0 for Samsung. This is an unfortunate event.
[deleted post]In Samsung devices there is an option where if phone is locked don't allow you to power off your device.
usb-c is the future since Apple worked at it.
even samsung will adopt it probably in note 6 or galaxy s8
They choose to keep the usb only for selling purpose
NOOOOB, 29 Feb 2016wow. aren't you a magician? lolLol no. Ever heard of hard reset buttons?