AnonD-77443, 14 Mar 2016Gee you say some silly things tcool.
Maybe because it is a good compromise between battery li... moreI already told you there are midrange phones with 4000mAh battery.
Do some research will you!
And they are not that thick and heavy as you think.
Now who looks silly?
Tcool, 14 Mar 2016How about a screen shot of Note 3 light use reaching 24 hours?
How about using the microphone... moreI already showed you my January 15 battery usage, showing 21 hours on battery usage with 5 hours left, plus I only started on the 70% mark of the battery. Wifi only, of course. I still managed to get 4H43M of Screen On Time usage. You even commented how my LTE service is therefore useless.
Look for the January 15 post on my flicker. You are a listed follower of my posts.
Make up your mind - you either condescend on people using LTE, OR people using wifi. Which one are you despising? I have both services.
Note 5 is a beast ..with marshmallow its performance has increased big time . one of the best android devices currently available .
AnonD-430264, 14 Mar 2016I'm not really interested in a removable battery as I'm fine with what I have. But, Samsung is... moreThe major reason why I want a removable is power utilitarian and efficiency. I can cary just one pocketable device with the ability of double or triple the stock, without powerbank, and no stopping for an outlet.
I'm surprised why manufacturers and customers would actually want thinner devices with smaller sealed batteries, when functional, and LTE demands are increasing.
Why inherit the power charging problems of iOS users? Main point is giving buyers the choice to swap batteries is something. Eliminating it for a fragile glass-backed finish for irrational "fast wireless charging" that actually contribute to battery degradation is short term thinking.
Tcool, 14 Mar 2016So why do you aim for 4000mAh only?
Why not aim for 10000mAh for Note 6?Gee you say some silly things tcool.
Maybe because it is a good compromise between battery life and phone weight / thickness.
I wouldn't mind a battery over 4000 mAh but that simply wont happen with the current technology.
AnonD-430264, 14 Mar 2016I'm not really interested in a removable battery as I'm fine with what I have. But, Samsung is... moreTherefore we have no issue with removable or non removable battery.
End of story.
AnonD-430264, 14 Mar 2016There's only 24 hours in a day, so why would you need another phone for heavier usage? If you ... moreAs if you have nothing to do for the whole day but to operate your phone.
Are you still working in the day and do you still sleep at night?
Working 8 hours a day and sleeping 8 hours at night, you will not have enough time for heavy use of phone. Unless you will use the remaining time of your day for the phone only and take for granted bonding with your family and friends. No more watching TV series, movies and shows on the big screen. No more time for sports and fitness.
TN, 14 Mar 2016LG5 - there's hope for removable battery for future Samsung flagships. I'm not really interested in a removable battery as I'm fine with what I have. But, Samsung isn't in competition with LG (worldwide), they want to be Apple. Yes, I know they might be in competition with LG in Korea, but - that's a niche market.
TN, 14 Mar 2016Good question. How about a screen shot of Note 3 light use reaching 24 hours?
How about using the microphone on top of S7 as IR blaster?
Tcool, 14 Mar 2016As you claim you have two Note 5, why I can't have one Note 5 and one LG G5?There's only 24 hours in a day, so why would you need another phone for heavier usage? If you get 24 hour normal usage on the Note 5, pretty sure with your exceptional battery that you'd get a full days worth with heavy usage.
The phone is plenty fast, so even with the updated processor in the LG - how much faster can it be? Why move on with another brand/phone if yours is already the best of the best?
TN, 14 Mar 2016LOL. GN3 can reach over 20 hours if I just use wifi with some 60%, with 4.5 hours SOT.So can't even reach 24 hours where Note 5 can do over 24 hours.
AnonD-430264, 14 Mar 2016So you'll get a phone that has more power to play some online videos and do basic tasks? Th... moreAs you claim you have two Note 5, why I can't have one Note 5 and one LG G5?
Tcool, 14 Mar 2016Don't worry, sooner I will get an LG G5 dual SIM for heavy use.So you'll get a phone that has more power to play some online videos and do basic tasks?
The Note 5 has plenty of power to do all of that, but you claim "regular use" all the time. It's plenty powerful enough to go through heavy use if you plan on using it for what it was intended to do.
Sure, the battery isn't capable of hardcore usage without charging through the day and TouchWiz has issues delegating the multitasking - it's still good enough to be a companion to the laptop if you can't bring it along.
For all the raves you claim with your Note 5 (if you even own one), why bother getting a LG G5? That phone has everything TheNeighbor has been griping about all along that the Note 5 is missing. So basically you're saying he's right?
AnonD-77443, 14 Mar 2016Good story but i have a Note 4 (which beats the GN5 battery life) so i'm not sure why you keep... moreLOL. GN3 can reach over 20 hours if I just use wifi with some 60%, with 4.5 hours SOT.
Chennaite, 14 Mar 2016Dude... u try stretching ur phone to tht extent.. who needs to bluff..I can't and have never been able to get 24 hours on either Note 5's. That's with "regular" use. When I say regular use I'm talking standard phone calls and Web browsing.
Tcool, 14 Mar 2016Except Note 3 which last only 6 hours of battery use.Good story but i have a Note 4 (which beats the GN5 battery life) so i'm not sure why you keep talking to me about the GN3???
PS the GN3 battery life is fine, if anyone cant get through a day of moderate use it is because the battery is approaching 3 years old and is degraded.