Force Majeure, 24 May 2017Why not make the phones with bigger batteries, in the first place? /Facepalm.If they launch a perfect phone, There won't be much market for the company's upcoming models.Everybody will start to buy the phone that has got the better battery coupled with other features..It is all about corporate greed. Battery standby plays a pivotal role and the smartphone makers are limiting the capacity all for a reason. A marketing gimmick to introduce a new processor saying it is energy efficient and reducing the battery at the same time in comparison with the phone's predecessor. There are many in that league. iphone has mediocre battery capacity and they sell battery cases as optional accessories, Samsung s8 got QHD and VR, but the battery hardly get you through a day. Sony XZ series boasts themselves about QC and stamina power mode, but it is all farce. The latest is the HTC U11 with a DxO camera rating of 90 integrated with a 3000 mah battery. I haven't upgraded my smartphone in last 4 years, because of the very same reason. Glad I am using a Nokia Lumia 1520 that comes with with 3400 Mah battery that I bought four years ago.
Why not make the phones with bigger batteries, in the first place? /Facepalm.
Too bulky for a battery capacity so small. I'd still choose a powerbank which is slimmer and has about like 6x more capacity.
Mophie make good products.
That's one very good thing about having a popular phone like the Galaxy S series or iPhones - you get fantastic accessory support.