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  1. sahib lopez's Avatar
    The point is that in case battery suddenly dies or loses capacity over time, you can easily get it out and insert a new one. With unibody phones, you literally have to disassemble your phone to access the battery, or leave it to professionals. That's pretty much the only advantage of the removable battery that I can think of...
    ^this times a billion. It might seem alot but it goes a long way to have satisfied users with that phone.
    03-06-2014 01:37 PM
  2. unstoppablekem's Avatar
    ^this times a billion. It might seem alot but it goes a long way to have satisfied users with that phone.
    Sahib, you should know that people have to replace removable batteries more than non removable. Not saying that non removable never have issues, but they don't as much. That's the pro to non removable and con to removable.

    If a phone has a removable battery or non removable, I really don't care. I care more about other things, like if it has a big battery, and the display is excellent, great processor and fast, etc.
    03-06-2014 04:58 PM
  3. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Sahib, you should know that people have to replace removable batteries more than non removable. Not saying that non removable never have issues, but they don't as much. That's the pro to non removable and con to removable.

    If a phone has a removable battery or non removable, I really don't care. I care more about other things, like if it has a big battery, and the display is excellent, great processor and fast, etc.
    its not as much as removing them for the heck of it but as because you can take the 810 and the 822 they have 1800mAh batteries and it was not removable for one thing ,I would have to reach for a charger like at 6 pm everyday but with the 2500mah for the 822 I can last till 8. for me that is a big win. having more battery isn't a bad thing especially when you can have the option to have a bigger battery than stock :P
    03-07-2014 12:15 AM
  4. worldspy99's Avatar
    its not as much as removing them for the heck of it but as because you can take the 810 and the 822 they have 1800mAh batteries and it was not removable for one thing ,I would have to reach for a charger like at 6 pm everyday but with the 2500mah for the 822 I can last till 8. for me that is a big win. having more battery isn't a bad thing especially when you can have the option to have a bigger battery than stock :P
    Most new phones come with at least 2000+mAh capacity for the battery. Also after market battery reliability hasn't quite proven out.
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    03-07-2014 08:04 AM
  5. sahib lopez's Avatar
    what im trying to say its not about how big the battery in size of mAh. its the option of having the option to put a bigger one
    03-07-2014 11:30 AM
  6. Saksham Sharma's Avatar
    I really want phones to have removable batteries. that way i can carry a spare battery with myself instead of a power bank which looks and feels pathetic :-P
    03-07-2014 11:41 AM
  7. Alain_A's Avatar
    What's with you and your removable battery? :P


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    easy....when the battery is not good anymore.....buy another one then your good for another 2 year...so keeping a phone for 4 + years
    03-27-2014 05:44 PM
  8. unstoppablekem's Avatar
    easy....when the battery is not good anymore.....buy another one then your good for another 2 year...so keeping a phone for 4 + years
    But devices with built in batteries are usually better quality, meaning you don't need to replace it as often.


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    03-27-2014 06:43 PM
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