I stopped even consider nonremovable batteries below 5000mAh as option in any new phone. My current phone Lenovo P2 have 5100mAh.Yay.
Imagine these batteries exploding like on the Note 7
That would be the end of the Note series, definitely!
The whole point of the Note series is that they are bigger and better than everything else, so Note 8 must have atleast 4000 mAh battery, anything less is a total fail!
Smaller battery is normal. What about safety? Will it explode very soon?
Leaked photo of the Note 8 battery.
Next day, we'll have the leaked photo of the manufacturing of the Note 8.
The day after next day, we'll have the leaked photo of the people who manufactured this phone.
And the day before the unveiling of this phone, a photo will be leaked, showing how it can do text mesaages and phone calls.
These are all important because that's how important Samsung is to people.
Srsly, what is this!?
I'm a salesman that'll have to sell these phones, meanwhile I got a colleague from Samsung that'll praise to high heavens while this battery makes this phone pretty much irrelevant in my eyes.
I expected at least a 4000mAh battery, this is just lazy if you ask me...
I sell smartphones, its my job but I'll have a hard time recommending this crap to customers.
Strange that the bigger Note 8 has a smaller battery than the S8+. Is the pen really that big?
someone needs to get fired at Samsung. Give me Lenovo P2 battery or A7 (2017) or J7 (2017) battery. So it is possible, how the hell the S series don't get this????
And due to fast chipset it really needs it.
I guess their afraid of putting bigger batteries on a large Note 8 after all the explosive events of Note 7.
So the S8+ has 3500mAh battery while the Note8 with a larger screen only has 3300mAh? I don't understand how Samsung are able to equip their other phones with larger batteries without exploding but they can't do that to the Note series. What's so different in the Note series?