The issue about the burning note 7 i like it but samsung has change their minds to cancel selling note7 devices... someday it will be back to normal... how i wish..
Maximus8184, 27 Apr 2017why do you prefer not to buy or don't like Samsung? I will buy 2 Note 7.I have nothing against it. It just the price too expensive for an old refurbished and resurrected phone. It was literally listed as 'Discontinued' on gsmarena and other tech website. Its value should not exceed $500. Newer model with good reputation value like S8 is not too far price at $720 the lowest compare to refurbished Note7 allegedly $620. Resale value of refurbished Note7 should cut the price as much as 72% at most according to appraisal evaluation.
Polius, 26 Apr 2017It is named Note7R. Released in June and priced at $620. I recommend not to buy. why do you prefer not to buy or don't like Samsung? I will buy 2 Note 7.
zodiacfml, 19 Apr 2017Can't wait for the refurbished Note7! It will be One Plus 5 versus this one for me this year. It is named Note7R. Released in June and priced at $620. I recommend not to buy.
Like more note 7 since have card slot compare with note 5..no card slot
Can't wait for the refurbished Note7! It will be One Plus 5 versus this one for me this year.
Using the Note 4 now for 3 years, it gets dated, but still works fine. I got a second battery 6 months ago, because the old one lost 50% capacity, lasting 5 hours light work or just 1 when gaming. I so wanted the note7. I have the money set aside for it.
Samsung should consider releasing a note of this shape and look, then name it differently. This look is too good to just disappear. More so, I'll love to see an upgrade of Samsung Note to most recent features but maintain its uniqueness.
I too have a Xperia Z3 and after @ 2 years the battery started to show wear. I went with the Note 4. As the specs, not including the camera, are very close to the Z3. Note 4 is a little bigger, which is obvious. But my choice was based on the fact that you can replace the battery in the Note 4.
Lukong, 05 Mar 2017Cons of Internal Battery
- When the battery is no longer good, so is the phone
- Harder to ... moreI have a Sony Xperia Z3 and the battery started getting bad (getting half of the usual Screen On Time now) after 2 years, knowing alot of people buy a Note every year, they don't care.
Buying a battery with bigger capacity doesn't mean the cells inside it are more compressed?
Pressing some buttons simultaneously is hard?
I would rather buy this instead of the S8... I don't like the S8 design and colors.
Dzenan, 06 Mar 2017Phones that have a non-removaable battery are usaly more durable, water resistant, and when ba... moreTo DZENAN:
I have a S5 and in all honesty I have only opened the back about five times in the 2 years and 5 months of owning this phone. It's still as firm as anything out there.
I have a very protective case and usually have no need to take off the case unless I'm cleaning the inner part of the case and the areas of the phone which the case covers. All in all I'm ok with my removable battery.
I'm still using the original battery that came in the box and it's holding it's charge nicely...though obviously not as long as it did before. When the battery is fully charged I usually get 2 hours plus of On Screen Time by the time it reaches the 50% mark. Not bad for a nearly two and a half year battery.
I hate the fact that most of these newer phones have built in batteries just because they are what? Metal or glass? Glass doesn't even make sense for phones because glass breaks and the average consumer drop their phones. I know someone with a glass phone and the back doesn't look nice anymore due to cracks after just one fall. Nokia have been manufacturing metal phones for a long time and they still provided removable batteries think the E-Series, Nokia E51, Nokia E71 and even feature phones like the Nokia 6300. Those Nokia phones were solidly built even though the back covers were removable. Today manufacturers can still do it but maybe they have ulterior motives like charging customers to replace a built in battery or just have the customer purchase a newer phone all together.
I came across someone who had to change their phone because after three years their battery died. If my S5 battery should fail me after three years I will just purchase a brand new one and easily put it in. Removable batteries are a plus anyway you look at it.