Grey1213, 30 Jun 2016Yes, you shouldn't notice much depreciation for the first 400-500 charges.
You're using re... moretrue, there are old phones, but in theory, the battery its the same, the cycles of use is the harmful part for a battery, that s why i hardly believe a battery with a 85% of performance after 400 full charges.
ASDAS, 30 Jun 2016actually, im talking about a nokia c7 and a samsung galaxy s3, they where 500+ USD phones in t... moreYes, you shouldn't notice much depreciation for the first 400-500 charges.
You're using really old phones that never had good battery life to begin with, and you're probably using some random cheap battery. No wonder you're complaining. Thanks for making it clear.
Grey1213, 30 Jun 2016Lol. That's because you use cheap Chinese stuff. A normal battery loses 15% after 500 charges.... moreactually, im talking about a nokia c7 and a samsung galaxy s3, they where 500+ USD phones in that times...
500 charges? LOL, do you really trust what the companies claims?
do you really used a phone (being your main phone) for 4 years with the same battery, loosing just 30% of perfomance?
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2016Sure. Nice tryNot just nice, accurate and way better than your two word sh|lling post XD
bbbcomrade, 29 Jun 2016just make it 1 mm thick with at leaest 4000 mah battery i mean s7 edge is thin enough and h... moreThey are stating that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with have the same size battery as the S7 which is a 3600 mAh batter. So we may not see a 4000mAh battery for the Note 7 after all.
AlienFromNextDoor, 29 Jun 2016I remember my Nokia E61i fondly. It was more metal than todays "metal" phones which bend. It h... moreThose metal phones were thick and heavy. And they had a gimmicky way of removing the back. Removable battery takes more space than non-removable battery. So the end result is you'd have a smaller battery for the minority who want a removable battery.
I'd rather they invested in ways to prevent it deteriorating. Like qnovo, or what some other brands are doing. At the moment you can use the same battery for 3/4 years and only be a little inconvenienced, especially when a non removable battery allows it to be bigger too. So if qnovo can double that to 6/8 years, which is long enough for even people like you to realise their phone is outdated, then obviously that's the way to go.
8 years ago from now was when even the first iPhone was nowhere to be seen, and the first decent android phones were still a long way away. And also, the sd801 is barely two years old and its starting to stutter and struggle with the most intensive games. Next year there will be games its not even worth trying to play on. And phones will also be able to play the GameCube emulator and stuff. At the moment I agree its not really worth upgrading your phone every two years for most, but every 3/4 years it still is, and there are plenty of things your older phone won't be able to do.
ASDAS, 29 Jun 2016hahahaha, 4 years of use??, hahahaha, man you are dreaming, all my phones needed a second char... moreLol. That's because you use cheap Chinese stuff. A normal battery loses 15% after 500 charges. Even for intensive usage, you'd still only be using one charge a day, most times with moderate usage you'd probably only use 50% or so. All in all, a standard battery loses 15% every two years.
If your phones are deteriorating as fast as you claim they are, then if its not a cheap battery, you would have to be charging it like 3 times a day.
AlienFromNextDoor, 29 Jun 2016Look, there are more improvements than you think. The increase of internal memory, the increas... moreThey were just giving examples. You are still just reacting all hurt. Still havent discredited what i said. Which a lot of what i said is what that person actually claimed couldnt be upgraded.....and you didnt discredit that last response either....just showed you dont care for the mentioned improvements
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2016I said there is nowhere to go in the sense that they cant put anything new pn the phone that i... moreStill not what you said. Please continue twisting what you actually said and what you are claiming you said to desperstely try at and yet still failing to discredit me calling you out.
Zenodroid, 29 Jun 2016not all that, bc that would still make the battery small, so there is room for the stuff you t... moreDo you know how thick thosw phones from samsung are to accommodate those features????? And thats each of them alone. And not includong the length of the note.
It would be minimum 13mm thick
AadiRizvi, 29 Jun 201620 hrs of video playback on full brightness of a single charge? The day this becomes true, i'l... moreyeah... be careful to what you say, you might be digging up your own cave... enough of your foolish talks... you would not do it anyway if it is going to be a reality
Grey1213, 29 Jun 2016That's a load of bull and you know it. It goes down to 85% after two years. That's when you'd ... morehahahaha, 4 years of use??, hahahaha, man you are dreaming, all my phones needed a second charge after a year of use, well i use very much my phones, maybe your are a light user.
came to see how many of them posted they want removable battery when that feature has been dead for over 2 years now. Also came to see how many samsung non users are complaining about lag in touch wiz .. LOL ... guys please use latest samsung devices (From S6 and up) .. the toned down version is probably the best out there right now given the features samsung adds in touchwiz and its smooth as milk and no lags !!
ASDAS, 29 Jun 2016in 1 year, the batteries have like 70 percent of their capacity, and in 2 years you are chargi... moreThat's a load of bull and you know it. It goes down to 85% after two years. That's when you'd notice a difference. You could use it for an additional two years and only then would it start to feel dated.
If qnovo tech and stuff actually work and are implemented, then we would see it last twice as long so you'd only lose 15% in 4 years.
Necromancer, 29 Jun 2016UFS 2.0 memory is better than Micro SD cards. And there isn't only the 64GB version, there are... morein 1 year, the batteries have like 70 percent of their capacity, and in 2 years you are charging the phone 2 times daily
FucboiAndy, 29 Jun 2016I cringe whenever I read a stupid nerd talk about removable batteries or their precious and ou... moreComplaining about complaining is a sign you cannot handle criticism of basic material goods, which makes you a narcissist by genetics.
FucboiAndy, 29 Jun 2016I cringe whenever I read a stupid nerd talk about removable batteries or their precious and ou... moreif your are planning to use the phone until it dies, its good to choose a battery removable one, the micro sd lead you to increase memory capacity without paying an astronomical amount of money and you can easily put that micro sd card in a socket to have it like a pendrive. there is much things you can do with both things.
you kid, just use the phone for selfies, and social apps...
AlienFromNextDoor, 29 Jun 2016Look, there are more improvements than you think. The increase of internal memory, the increas... moreUFS 2.0 memory is better than Micro SD cards. And there isn't only the 64GB version, there are 128GB and 256GB options. If you need more storage memory extension, use USB-on-the-go. For what is needed removable battery if the battery of Galaxy Note 7 is of 4000mh? Will not be enough? Even used intensively you can use it without problems for 3 years at least.