ljames, 07 Apr 2016Your post is pathetic. Don't pass off your ignorant opinion as indisputable fact. Grow up, kid... moreStop betraying your intelligence with inane posts like that. You can pass as semi-literate if you try really hard... try harder in your next post.
Ferengi80, 07 Apr 2016Struggling to see where you are going with this. How often do you change your battery? I have ... moreFully discharging the battery kills them faster you doofus. 30%-70% is the recommended range for lithium batteries if you want to maximize their longevity.
As for were I'm coming from, if you owned a phone for more than two years you'd know, if you're of the types that buy a new phone at the drop of a hat of course you wouldn't understand. But you're a minority and the market should *not* reflect your needs...
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2016No you need help, I'm not a native speaker so it's easy to make such mistakes. There are to... moreYou need help, litle boy. Now go back to your hole you little troll. You're on the outside, you're embarrassing. You do not know anything. I'm an electronics engineer, you are a big liar. That and nothing more.
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2016There is absolutely no reason to change your phone every two years, that's a waste, new phones... moreYour post is pathetic. Don't pass off your ignorant opinion as indisputable fact. Grow up, kid and learn the ways of the world.
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2016Batteries die. The reason that most companies sealed their battery is because it brings in mor... moreStruggling to see where you are going with this. How often do you change your battery? I have had two Samsung phones now, both of which I have never had a problem with the battery life. I use my phone regularly, and heavily. I presume the reason you are having problems is because you are failing to let your battery fully discharge - by charging a battery that has not fully discharged you risk the potential of damaging it and reducing the future life of the battery. Don't blame the manufacturer for your failures!
S7 doesn't stand up to the demands of a top phone. POINT.
What jokes do his fans. of grab her and . .. the crying.
I still have the galaxy s4 and i wont upgrade until they release a phone with a battery juice that lasts a month
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2016No you need help, I'm not a native speaker so it's easy to make such mistakes.
There are to... moreBoy do you really need help. Better. There is no civilized country so what you say. There's just that measures ELECTRICAL CURRENTS AMMETER. You realize what you say?
TOOLS can only measure the voltage at the battery.
You need to relax.
The joke here is Samsung only Legion pathetic liars nobodies bashing the ugliest and unpleasant phone number one, while the S7 said just laugh at how miserably puny lives of these bashers are Samsung. Samsung is not going to sleep well tonight, as obixcei. Many financial problems. While fans samasung losers here won't salivate. Now that is a good joke.
damtech, 07 Apr 2016You need help.
Where do you take? take look say "" Lastly, just use year Amperometer to meas... moreNo you need help, I'm not a native speaker so it's easy to make such mistakes.
There are tools that measure the current per hour. We call those Amperometer in my country.
Now go back to your hole you little troll.
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2016There is absolutely no reason to change your phone every two years, that's a waste, new phones... moreYou need help.
Where do you take? take look say "" Lastly, just use year Amperometer to measure your phone's battery. ". hehehehehe ... Boy you're not ready and when you're not, shut up. Only say nonsense. With tools VOLTMETRU can measure the voltage at the battery, And on the scale of DC voltmeter method, not on the scale AC, as do you. .. hehehehehe
Necromancer, 07 Apr 2016Samsung do the same thing as the other companies do. Seal the battery. For that reason you don... moreAre you serious? Just because everybody seals their battery doesn't mean that nature's laws got reversed. It only means that more phones would be needlessly replaced (dead or dying battery is not a fun thing).
Sealing a consumable (and a battery is a consumable) greatly decreases the lifespan of a phone. That pushes people to buy a new phone every two years.
I'm actually furious that everybody's doing it and very much worried, it's companies ruling against consumers and people should start preferring phones without sealed batteries so that to make a lesson of the companies that continue this atrocious , anti-consumer tactic...
At a stream of lies, owner of the S7, couldn't be happier. Hear from him, they only profit and ... mouth. Well done Samsung and this is why folks want more success for LG, LENOVO, HUAWEI, MEIZU,!
Linas, 07 Apr 2016That is probably true. Obviously, the degradation of the battery capacity depends on the quali... moreThere is absolutely no reason to change your phone every two years, that's a waste, new phones hardly put new features anymore. Besides it's harder to resell or give it to family.
300 full charges is a conservative estimate. If the battery was low quality it would be even less full cycles.
300 full charges rarely means 2 years. Often you forget your phone on AC, it discharges to 99% and then recharges again, those count to the grand total. Under heavy use it's less than a year, under medium use is about 1 and a half. You have to account the fact that you're charging more frequently as time passes.
Lastly, just use an Amperometer to measure your phone's battery. How many days worth of battery you have means nothing to me. You can well make very conservative use (in which case what's the point of an expensive phone) or you may indeed be an outlier.
Just measure your phone and then report back...
Samsung bu has done nothing wrong! I can't wait for my LG G5, until this comes out, that is, without doubt, a smartphone to beat used S7 on this 2016!
Completely, is not surprising for me. They made nasty best smartphones hated for years, so it's time for people to understand what they shouldn't buy it. .. Samsung, and they did buy Sony, LG, Meizu, Xiaomi, Lenovo, Microsoft, OnePlus LeEtv, Vivo.
Linas, 07 Apr 2016Do you have anything to back-up our claim? I do have.. statistically there are only 2 countrie... more"The problem with Samsung profit is that their phones are so advanced and expensive to make, that it is hard to make any profit on them.. the only way Samsung makes profit is by making production super-efficient."
This was the funnies comment seen this week for sure. How lost you are?
IPhone and s7 cost almost same to build. You know companies only make profit when they actually SELL the device. So if Apple selling 60 million iPhones and samsung selling let's say 15 million S7, of course profits with Apple is a LOT bigger.
Only way samsung can make profit is actually sell those high end phones, same goes for every company ;)