Anonymous, 19 Aug 2015No way! 3000mah battery fo note 5 is poorI know right. They already start making Galaxy S6 Plus with 5.5" screen. Good thing is it comes with 1080p display and battery is kept at 3000mah. Bad thing, the usual glassy construction and no sd slot.
Samsung note Increase the battery life Note 3 have 3200aAh & Note 5 is 3000aAh
What is this dudes
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2015I already checked the price. Samsung removable battery cost $30. But to replace unremovable ba... moreStop. Just stop making rationalization for Samsung making the "highest-end" have the poor excuse of having the battery sealed. While older, and "lower" models get user replaceable battery system, you would think the most logical direction should have been the opposite.
Here's the ironic thing that Samsung is actively doing - they're giving away that fast wireless charger free for the purchase of a Note.5. That's the running promo they're doing.
Follow this logic:
Wireless charging produces extra heat.
Excess heat shortens the battery's ability to hold power.
The shorter the power, the more you try to charge.
The more you try to charge, the more heat is exposed again to the battery.
This continuous cycle will render the battery to degrade a lot faster.
They want you to keep thinking a sealed is great since there fast, and fast wireless charging. They want you paying more for the service of changing the battery. They want you to get another of their sealed battery phone in 6 months. They want you to spend more.
I'm not making this up. Read it up at battery university dot com. I'm only passing logical thinking.
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2015This must be the only phone in gsmA Top 10 by daily interest due at Number 1 spot due to negat... moreThis shows Samsung fans don't criticise iPhone out of jealousy like iFans keep claiming because Samsung fans are very willing to criticise our own phones too when we see a problem.
This must be the only phone in gsmA Top 10 by daily interest due at Number 1 spot due to negative comments.
Kiran, 19 Aug 2015Wants to go for Note Series Smart phone, which one is best ? among Note 3, Note 4 & Note 5... moreGo for the Note5 64GB. I am hoping for them release Note5 128 GB soon. If you can wait, then, I would recommed the 128GB (if you are a person who uses a lot of space.)
To think about it, Note Edge ain't bad either.
Htc dont buy,will regret when problem arise.Take 1-2 mths to tepair,Service center seems to chase away customer.Out of hundred people only 4 people use Htc.Bad sales tells all.
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2015I already checked the price. Samsung removable battery cost $30. But to replace unremovable ba... moreThat's if the battery is faulty, but if you just use the battery a lot and it degrades it's capacity Samsung don't have to do anything, and going by how poor Samsung's after sales service is I certainly wouldn't rely on that.
Guys, any news yet about the release of Note 5 (dual SIM)? I hope it'll come with at least 32GB internal storage this time!
Mohamed_Egy, 19 Aug 2015Note 4 is the best I have it with excellent performancetrue
AnonD-389805, 19 Aug 2015Li-Po batteries still degrade, just not as fast as Li-Ion, and with quick charge they'll degra... moreI already checked the price. Samsung removable battery cost $30. But to replace unremovable battery in Samsung 2015 flagship cost only $45. However, you can get free replacement as long as your warranty is not void yet. Which means, all the current flagship, S6, S6 edge, Note5 and S6 edge are still eligible for a free battery replacement considering that all of them are still very new in the market.
Samsung Note 5 is not upto expectation as it has no more specs as expected. The batter back up too is nominal. We expect more powerful processor, ram and large battery capacity with affordable price. Let them produce phones like that. Then people will start buying phones from them.
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2015That non removable 3000mAh battery is Li-polymer. So, no need to remove or change.Li-Po batteries still degrade, just not as fast as Li-Ion, and with quick charge they'll degrade even faster with charge cycles meaning heavy users who have to have multiple full charges per day after 2 years will be stuck with a non removable battery that's lost a fair chunk of it's capacity.