AnonD-295037, 16 Aug 201599% of the people cribbing in this group for removable battery would have never used a spare b... moreSpot on dude.very true.most of the ppl here are trolls the biggest one is the neighbour.lol
AnonD-430091, 16 Aug 2015So, no SD Card. Sucks eh'? At least they should have released Note 5 with 128 GB. The only 2 t... moreWould have been nice to have 128GB more storage space for just $75. Instead, you get 32GB more space for $100 more.
So, no SD Card. Sucks eh'? At least they should have released Note 5 with 128 GB. The only 2 types that are coming are either 32 or 64 GB (for now - hopefully.) I am so disappointed. I have been waiting to change my S5 to Note 5 instead of S6 Edge. Now, I gotta wait longer? Bleah!
AnonD-22824, 16 Aug 2015 1)The new powerbanks and new smartphones battreys now a days are made for each other . 2) Ev... moreWhat brand and model of an 11000mAh capacity power bank that charges in 30 to 40 minutes? Please give us links. I'd like to get one.
AnonD-22824, 16 Aug 2015Let me correct myself " Nobody HAVE TO KNOW or LEARN proper or perfect english to comment... moreI think you meant, "Nobody HAVE(has, for single) TO KNOW or LEARN proper or perfect english (with a capital letter E) to comment here (comma) even if english (with a capital letter E) is their (not "there") 1st language". so (So (comma)) just STFUP (you meant STFU) if u (you) understand this shortcut english (with a capital letter E) lol (LOL - Laugh Out Loud).
99% of the people cribbing in this group for removable battery would have never used a spare battery themselves, simply trolling here.
TheNeighbor, 16 Aug 2015English happens to be my 2nd language too, however not an excuse.Let me correct myself " Nobody HAVE TO KNOW or LEARN proper or perfect english to comment here even if english is there 1st language".so just STFUP if u understand this shortcut english lol.
I use samsung galaxy note2,note3,note4, but will not buy note 5 , i was disappointed with the specification , i really hope note 5 more developed ability office.
1)The new powerbanks and new smartphones battreys now a days are made for each other .
2) Even i have a two 11000 mah powerbanks it takes only 30 to 40 mins max to charge the smartphones battreys from like 5% to 100% that too 3 to 4 times a day from each.
3)Powerbanks r usefull to share the power as well with others .
4) Best part abt powerbanks that they r not very expensive like the OEM batterys and u get more capacity.and now a days they are not very heavy to carry and comes in stylish looks.
5) But some hypocrite ppl here still cribb abt removable battrey lol.
TheNeighbor, 16 Aug 2015English happens to be my 2nd language too, however not an excuse.But that does not mean that i have to b expert in english to comment here.i already know that english is not ur 1st language too.. so no use of telling me that.
All I am saying is u can not b a selfappointed teacher and ask ppl to learn this or that just because u do not like there openions.lol.
btw who is talking abt any excuses here?.stop making things up.lol.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015It took 1seconds to put Note 5 on the charging pad. Nobody really charge their phone from 0% s... moreThat's if you stay put in an office. I move around worksites, meetings, classrooms, commuting. Zero charging is the way to go.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015It took 1seconds to put Note 5 on the charging pad. Nobody really charge their phone from 0% s... moreYa man i also dont have any issues with my note2 and note3 with battery backup.i must say the new powerbanks and new smartphones battreys now a days are made for each other .
even i have a two 11000 mah powerbanks it takes only 30 to 40 mins max to charge the smartphones battreys from like 5% to 100% that too 3 to 4 times a day from each. Powerbanks r usefull to share the power as well with others .
Best part abt powerbanks that they r not very expensive like the OEM batterys and u get more capacity.and now a days they are not very heavy to carry and comes in stylish looks.
But some hypocrite ppl here still cribb abt removable battrey lol.
Tech writers/reviewers don't talk about battery enough. Since Samsung had embraced the seal battery route to smartphones, people should know better.
1. Weaker and tinier battery.
With the more power demanding hardware, and new OS features, you'd think they would increase the batteries. Instead, they have resorted to "it got 20% thinner". Is a shorter usage time what you want with a 1mm thinner device? Switching off features like LTE just to get by the day?
2. Exorbitant prices for replacing built-in.
It would happen long after your warranty expires. Warranty for my region is only 6 months to a year. Battery degradation happens after more than a year. It'd cost you more than twice the amount at the service center. For big OEM batteries like the Note series, it's only around $25.
3. DAYS or even over a week to have them replaced.
Fixed batteries aren't always stocked, and hence the ordering time needed to get them. You can imagine too the millions the manufacturer has sold and you'd be not the only one in waiting. In the meantime, what do you think you'll be using as a smartphone? How much time you'd think going to the center and coming back again to get your device back?
4. Making us carry power banks, power jackets or plug in more, away from home.
I thought the whole point of mobile devices is being wireless. What use is that thinner design form factor when you end up carrying extra stuff thicker than your device itself? Power jackets just can't give you an equivalent 100% charge, heats up every time and becomes dead weight.
5. Fast charging, and wireless charging contribute heat. Heat is the number one enemy of batteries.
6. To make a battery's life cycle even more is to keep the charge between 40% to 80%. Don't take my word for it:
TheNeighbor, 16 Aug 2015You spell it as "essays".FYI gsma and most other websites allows shortcut language,spelling mistakes and improper english cause the website owners also know that not everyone amongst there online visitors are all english ppl or experts in english ..neither they expect everyone to be.
btw I DON'T HAVE TO know or learn proper or perfect english to comment here cause english is not my 1st launguage. I still feel that i know english language more than what i required.
Everytime when i write a comment u understand each and every word of my improper english but just because u hate my comment u start being hypocrite.lol
Stop being HYPOCRITE dude ur were doing a great job being a cry baby.lol.
This also means u really have to improve a lot in ur comeback statements and u have stay on topic .lol.
TheNeighbor, 16 Aug 2015That's well and good. A new battery with the Note 3 can reach up to 5 hours & 40 minutes o... moreIt took 1seconds to put Note 5 on the charging pad. Nobody really charge their phone from 0% so, that 120 minutes of charging time is very rare. Most people charge their phone when the battery is around 20%-30%. You can just charge to 60% in just 36minutes. That should be enough from evening to night considering you used it from morning to evening with 30% left. Beside, most people use their smartphone even while charging so, there no such thing as waiting time.
I think note 4 is best
I have already use and device is awosem.
i think this year note 5 launch with 20mp camera n much more futures but nopp
this year 2 old futures are removed from the galaxy note 5 which is memory card and bettry not remove
what is samsung thinking?? i wont buy a phone that does not let me change batteries nor insert my memory card...so ..goodbye samsung..considering LG now.
I am really upset for note 5 bcoz no sd card, non removable battery, low battery than note 4. I think it's waste of cost. Now I am using note 4 . I planned to upgrade my note 4 to 5. But I don't like note 5. Still note 4 is better choice. Y Samsung did these? ?????