Tcool, 23 Dec 2015It is your network provider's signal that is not stable, not the phone.I know im not blaming the phone. But i prefer 2 bars of 4G compared to full bars of 3G. Theres a hidden menu where you can select LTE Only. Ive googled but cant find anything. So if anyone knows the code to secret menu pls let me know
In the mean while,Note5 is such a huge sucess even without the removeable battery and a card slot :) There is just no better smartphone out there rightnow.LOL
Tcool, 23 Dec 2015Your two extra batteries will reach their service life span but the non-removable battery will... moreHehe, since I change my battery after 12 hours (usually in the late afternoon), I don't need to plug in and wait for 2 hours, or am unable to use my phone because it's charging with a power bank or wireless charging pad. Anyway, after 18 months of much of the abuse of doing this almost everyday, with some 2 to 4 GB of data usage like downloading all sortsf of media, the first batch of batteries can only gove me some 60-70% compared to a brand new battery.
The battery technology of lithium-polymer and lithium-ion has not changed in the last two decades. They expire even more faster with the amount of abuse with fast charging and fast wireless charging. It's decieving because all you see is "100" daily, but about 3-6 months, we'll all notice that you find yourself charging more often because the battery is no longer as before.
With my second set of batteries, I'm getting back the real hours of usage as brand new. I do not need to go to the serivice center every 6-8 months, shell out more money, and wait for days to have them replace that sealed battery - all so I KNOW for sure I'm getting the most optimum performance of my device.
My third set of batteries is coming with two (2) DOUBLE capacity (that's 6400mAh each) where I'll likely not even change the battery before I go home, but still enjoy not having to turn off notifications, suppress apps, or limit my downloads, and most of all - not have to carry any charger/powerbank/charging pad/extra phone (hahaha) to get through the day.
I still love you, man.
Tcool, 23 Dec 2015And you don't know that there is a slim back cover battery pack for Note 5 that will give full... morePS as well as being bulky i'm pretty sure the Samsung wireless battery pack is PLASTIC ...... and it has NO OPENING for the camera and flash... you really should have studied it before promoting it as a suitable alternative to the GN4 replaceable battery.... also, Samsung sells a wireless back cover for the GN4.
Tcool, 23 Dec 2015And you don't know that there is a slim back cover battery pack for Note 5 that will give full... more"a slim back cover battery pack for Note 5 that will give fully charged battery in less than 90 seconds rather than pulling out the removable battery". Wow, that's wonderful! 90 seconds to get a full charge by just plugging in with that miraculous "battery pack". It's usually 30 minutes to get at least 50% power, but 90 seconds just takes the cake!!!
What is it? Which brand?
AnonD-77443, 23 Dec 2015Really, the samsung wireless charger pack turns the GN5 into a brick (4mm wider, 3mm longer, 1... moreLooks? What looks are you talking? Since when a plastic phone looks better? Ew!
AnonD-77443, 23 Dec 2015Really, the samsung wireless charger pack turns the GN5 into a brick (4mm wider, 3mm longer, 1... moreIt is because you are still living in the past hence you cannot see that new accessory for Note 5 and your mind is closed.
TheNeighbor, 23 Dec 2015Because your comments are highly sensible and just? Because wireless charging is the best ever... moreBecause all that comes from your post are hatred. Why do you spend time in this page to spread hatred for this phone? Still can't move on? Stay on your phone's page and spread your knowledge there instead of trolling here. Oh I know, it is so boring in your beloved plastic phone's page.
Tcool, 23 Dec 2015And you don't know that there is a slim back cover battery pack for Note 5 that will give full... moreReally, the samsung wireless charger pack turns the GN5 into a brick (4mm wider, 3mm longer, 1mm thicker, 142g heavier and it costs AU$150).... LOL... what a second rate option to a removable battery.
As far as recharging just your phone, nothing beats a removable battery for cost, speed, looks and convenience.... not battery cases, not power packs.
Tcool, 23 Dec 2015Don't force the phone, it will bleed. Force your network service provider to give strong 4G/LT... moreI get full bars of 3G compared to 2 bars of 4G. But the speed is faster on 4G. My phone hardly switches to 4G its on 3G almost all the time
TheNeighbor, 23 Dec 2015We both know which one gives full charge in under 90 seconds, instead of "under 120 minutes".And you don't know that there is a slim back cover battery pack for Note 5 that will give fully charged battery in less than 90 seconds rather than pulling out the removable battery and replacing with extra battery. In addition it gives protection to bumps and scratches. That battery pack also supports wireless charging. Come on, I told you to study hard instead of trolling.
AnonD-100398, 22 Dec 2015u forgot to mention "amongst the iphones"lolI finally agree with you. I can't believe people still buy iphones.
Bhabani, 22 Dec 2015look forward n breath some fresh air . nd leave gsmarena for gsmarenas shake (pl dont say... moreBecause your comments are highly sensible and just? Because wireless charging is the best ever? Because you are the voice for the Note series?
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2015How to force my note 5 to be on 4G/LTE All the time ? Theres some hidden menu we have to acces... moreDon't force the phone, it will bleed. Force your network service provider to give strong 4G/LTE network coverage all the time.
TheNeighbor, 22 Dec 2015While making a removable battery system can entirely save you time and money going to these se... moreYour two extra batteries will reach their service life span but the non-removable battery will still lives on. Manufacturers designed it to live longer. They studied their lessons not like you, keep on bashing without studying the homework!
TheNeighbor, 22 Dec 2015Seriously, you're making a point with fast wireless charging? Really?Accept the fact that removable battery is a thing of the past. Move on and don't stay on the past. All new phones nowadays have non-removable battery.
Tcool, 22 Dec 2015Seriously, you're making a point with removable battery system? Really?We both know which one gives full charge in under 90 seconds, instead of "under 120 minutes".
A smartphone without microSD card? NEVER!
I have a Samsung Note 4 ... and it will be my last Samsung it seems.