A Geek, 12 Feb 2014Again:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries.normal people simply prefer carrying the... moreLOL. Then I'm a geek?
And I say people need to know they can use technology better than carrying power banks or the chargers they could leave behind.
The last time I checked, this was a Samsung page, and Samsung produce smartphones with removable batteries, with a choice to get a spare battery.
TheNeighbor, 11 Feb 2014Yes, I did mention the cradle before you commented that numbnut statement about you only knowi... moreAgain:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries.normal people simply prefer carrying their their chargers with them,but in tech sites we see every body appreciates removable batteries.Just among Samsung users,How many of them really use second batteries?So for all of people who don't want second battery,fixed batteries are better because of better look or... .but haw many of them have you seen have you seen defending fixed batteries?
put this next to that Samsung pays people to appreciate its products and defend its problems in the tech sites.
So what is the result???
Just think yourself.its not just a statement.i don't tell you the result cuz I don't want to argue with you more than that.As I see you are always here.I don't know wether you are getting paid or you are doing it sacrificingly,but I have more important works to do.Bye.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2014It was Apple that changed everything,and Samsung just copied it.in that crap Symbian days,Sams... moreIt should be noted that Apple just pieced together existing technologies, but never the first to use them. I can admire Steve Jobs for the direction.
But now, Apple is replicating user gesture interface menus, animated backgrounds, plastic colored bodies, smart watch, screen sizes.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014It is not nokia user opinion section , I don't want to remember that crap symbian days , huge ... moreIt was Apple that changed everything,and Samsung just copied it.in that crap Symbian days,Samsung was also copying Nokia making crap Symbian phones,and even worse,Bada phones.it was Android that changed the whole mobile industry and maid everything cheaper,because it was free;and if Nokia phones were expensive,That was Bcause they had great quality.Your dear Samsung uses cheapest plastic for body and free OS to make more money and tries to fool people by cheating.Who knows the other dirty ways they've done till now.
My job requires me to be on the move, and the removable battery really is convenient than plugging in to a power bank. Here's my Note 3 battery stat for this afternoon after 10H57M of operation time. My activities include some browsing, email, calls, text, taking pictures, writing notes on the S Note, Youtube and with background apps running like E Security, Cerberus.
Mt signal is auto, switching on LTE and 3G most of the time. My screen time came to 5H:39M till it hit 0%. I plugged in with the office PC so I could take screen shots of the battery stats.
This is what you can expect a usage combo for the Note 3 - close to 6 hours of screen time or even more at times; in about 11 to 12 hours span for the day. This is heavy internet with using my data service to tether my laptop for an hour or two.
If I was still out, I wouldn't want walking around keeping my smartphone power afloat with a USB cord sticking out onto a power bank bulged in my pocket. A removable battery is more practical and thin. Just look at the difference of thickness:
That's only 9mm of thickness with the battery case on, versus 15 to 22mm thickness of a power bank. I don't usually carry a bag anymore, and rarely carry my 3KG+ laptop along.
Power banks are inefficient considering that the maximum capacity would only account about 70% of actual power transferred to your smartphone's battery. You'd have to take into account that lithium ion batteries will lose 20% of power hold after a few hundred cycles or about 6 months later. So, you'd need something like a 7,000mAh capacity power bank. They don't come in small packages, and the slimmer ones are way expensive, double the cost of an extra battery + cradle charger set. You need at least more than 2 hours to regain the full charge of the Note 3 battery.
Changing to a fresh battery takes less than 60 seconds, and you can charge the spent one at home on the cradle charger while you sleep.
mehn i in love with this phone but do not have moneyto buy.... but i will this yr or wait till i get the newer one...
S . SUDHAKAR, 11 Feb 2014You no need to say what should I do with my N7100. Why are you feared of Nokia normandy?. Ha h... moreTry to be logical, I already told you that Android is a hardware and battery demanding OS and it will remain the same whether it is Samsung Sony HTC or Nokia, all will be approximately same, there will be no huge difference, rest time will tell. Fear are for kids who just stepped in this mobile technology.
S . SUDHAKAR, 11 Feb 2014You no need to say what should I do with my N7100. Why are you feared of Nokia normandy?. Ha h... moreTime will tell, I don't live in dreams I always talk practical, it may happens that it sounds bitter.
S . SUDHAKAR, 11 Feb 2014Samsung phones are better than all lumia phones only because of user replaceable battery and a... more'Not only due to replaceable battery', there are many more reasons why Android are better than windows for that you have to use both, I am using Lumia 920 and Note 3 and I am using the windows phone as my secondary phone just for calling purposes.
Samsung phones are better than all lumia phones only because of user replaceable battery and availablility of memory card slot in all the Samsung phones (and FM radio in some Samsung high end phones).
Anyone , any idea about the side edge rim replacement ?
Also the battery draining is not as much, i love the battery life of this phone.
My friend has a note 2. Its the same, infact a little better, lasts for 1 entire day with heavy usage and 1.5 to 2 days with moderate usage ...
Jones, 11 Feb 2014Guys how come is the battery life so poor.Even if you not using the phone ,the battery gets drained.That is the minus point in all android phones. What to do man?. Its their fate. I am facing the same issue in my Samsung N7100.
Guys how come is the battery life so poor.Even if you not using the phone ,the battery gets drained.
AnonD-53316, 11 Feb 2014PC Suite or Nokia Suite was the best Mobile Suite I ever used, I think you are betting much on... moreYou no need to say what should I do with my N7100. Why are you feared of Nokia normandy?. Ha ha. It will blow out other companies' android phone market. All other companies rushed to launch android phones in a hurried manner. Nokia is slow and steady in this matter. Wait and see. I hope (Nokia) slow and stady wins the race.
Samsung I8910 should have been superhit phone in Samsung which you will always deny.
S . SUDHAKAR, 11 Feb 2014I have experienced. Never faced any issue updating Symbian Nokia phones via PC suite or OTA. L... moreIt is not nokia user opinion section , I don't want to remember that crap symbian days , huge price and less specifications with software problems .Samsung and android changed whole mobile industry with more specification and affordable price.