You choose: bigger battery or removable battery


Bigger Battery or Removable Battery?

  1. Bigger Battery (4000-4500 mah)

    59 vote(s)
  2. Removable Battery (3200 mah)

    9 vote(s)
  1. oneplusonedollarbillyall
    KitKat Jul 31, 2015

    oneplusonedollarbillyall , Jul 31, 2015 :
    It depends on the situation / circumstance

    I would prefer the larger integrated battery.

    Removable options are great but considering that most lithium based batteries have a life span of 2 years most people are not going to need a change of battery anyways since most people get another phone after 2 years.

    With that said, the only kind of phone I would buy second hand would be a phone with a removable battery. The only question becomes would the OEM at that point still have original batteries in stock?

  2. s3alon
    Froyo Jul 31, 2015

    s3alon , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Big removeable, as for my experience the non-removable tends to made with a better quality. and nowadays battery, software and hardware tends to make a new inovation. it's safe to say that later non-removable is the future in my opinion.

  3. FARA1996
    Cupcake Jul 31, 2015

  4. laserjet
    Jelly Bean Jul 31, 2015

  5. EniGmA1987
    Eclair Jul 31, 2015

    EniGmA1987 , Jul 31, 2015 :

    Well, I dont think they could fit a 4000+ mAh battery in the phone even if it was not removable, but I would still choose non-removable of something like 3500mAh over a removable 3200. Phones tend to last me a whole day now that things are more efficient so I have no need for carrying an extra battery around. If it is really that big of a deal people can plug their phones in in the car too. And if you are away from a car or place where you can charge for 5-8 hours and your phone dies in that time, then either something is wrong with the phone, or you should spend a little more time with human interaction while you are out and about.

  6. SilverLegend
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2015

  7. joelkobjoll
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2015

  8. OW3N111
    Jelly Bean Jul 31, 2015

  9. Seiris89
    Honeycomb Jul 31, 2015

    Seiris89 , Jul 31, 2015 :
    i would to prefer a battery i can change, because if you out of warranty and the battery is going broken you can just buy a new one

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  10. SilverLegend
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2015

    SilverLegend , Jul 31, 2015 :
    About a company not being able to fit more than 4000 mAh in a phone you need to check this out http://m.gsmarena.com/doogee_s6000_packs_in_a_whopping_6000mah_battery-news-12578.php

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  11. EniGmA1987
    Eclair Jul 31, 2015

    EniGmA1987 , Jul 31, 2015 :

    Yes but even phones with non-removable batteries can have their batteries replaced, so it is a non-issue from a lifetime perspective. It takes much longer because the process requires some phone dissassembly, but it can be done and you can get replacement batteries to install. The only thing a non-removable battery affects is day to day stuff.

  12. EniGmA1987
    Eclair Jul 31, 2015

    EniGmA1987 , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Nice, but is that actually a 6000mAh battery? We already know most aftermarket and Chinese random companies test capacity in ways that are not true to real world use and have QC that can be anywhere from +/- 20% capacity, so until some real testing is done that shows the company managed to fit a 6000mAh battery in the phone then I dont really believe it.

  13. tanbir101
    Honeycomb Jul 31, 2015

    tanbir101 , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Bigger battery with fast charging.

    Why in the world would someone want a removable battery???

  14. SilverLegend
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2015

    SilverLegend , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Anyway i just wanted to share it

  15. ZEDQME
    Froyo Jul 31, 2015

    ZEDQME , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Li-Po batteries will puff, if you forget to charge them. No more "I'll just put this old phone in a drawer and use it as a backup, whenever I need it".
    Happened to me with a SONY phone. Battery was swollen and didn't hold a charge anymore, so I was stuck with not having a phone while trying to fix my HTC. Sealed in batteries are a scam.

    Also, Anker used to sell quality batteries that were very affordable.

  16. Dheeraj.exe
    Honeycomb Jul 31, 2015

  17. ZEDQME
    Froyo Jul 31, 2015

    ZEDQME , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Because there are people who refuse to "upgrade" their phones twice a year.

    Also, I bet you've never tried to flash a custom rom and got stuck in a bootloop.
    Ripping out the battery, putting it back in and booting into recovery mode: a few seconds
    Waiting for the battery to drain, charging it back up and then booting into recovery mode: hours

    Also, my dad's XPERIA Z wasn't quite as water resistent as SONY said it was. Would have been nice, if I could have pulled the battery before moisture made it all the way to the more delicate bits in the phone. Result: SDS

  18. deniz280
    Honeycomb Jul 31, 2015

  19. brittonraya
    Lollipop Jul 31, 2015

    brittonraya , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Bigger cuz that's what she said but then when reality hit she said removable wasnt so bad cuz that's what she got. What were we taking about again?

  20. SammyNib
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2015

    SammyNib , Jul 31, 2015 :
    Good point although you will probably switch your phone before the battery gets too bad =)