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You wanted a long battery life smartphone? Sweet specs? You don't care about extreme thinnest? Energizer (yes) has you covered!

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

Exclamation marks?

No, the type of marks you use when explaining something :D

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18 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

Exclamation marks?

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I actually want this phone. I don't care that it would stick out like a sore thumb but wow

What a beautiful duwang!

Chew.


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nice, my kind of phone.


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Question..... Can you legally take this on a plane? I mean isn't there a restrictions on how big the battery can be to fly?


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Interesting product, but I would prefer a thinner phone with a removable battery instead. From a pure design standpoint, the LG V20 and G5 did the removable battery design well with metal "premium" materials but lacked an IPxx rating. On the other side, Samsung was able to incorporate a removable battery and IP67 rating with the Galaxy S5, but it was judged "ugly" and "cheap" looking with its plastic materials. If these ideas could be incorporated into a new product I think it would be very exciting to have a "premium" designed phone with a removable battery and IP67 rating or higher.

 

Non-removable batteries just don't promote long lasting devices (> 2 years) on average due to the nature of Li-ion batteries. Instead they create more e-waste due to more "upgrades" from consumers feeling their battery doesn't last as long or is throttling their experience as seen with the iPhone issue. Additionally, with annual flagship releases, people are tempted just to upgrade to have the "latest" thing. We have definitely started to see diminishing returns on smartphone specs in recent years; however people retaining their phones longer is simply bad for business.

 

The ironic thing to me is that when these manufacturers go to make these premium glass and metal designs with non-removable batteries, most users just slap on a case right after purchase anyway. Sure some people don't use a case, but I think its fair to say the average consumer does. Additionally, if a user attempts to replace their "non-replaceable" battery, the resistance seals are broken and it might not be possible to reseal them.

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On 2/28/2019 at 10:04 AM, DaRk0 said:

Kinda cool for when you need a secondary phone for 2fa and second number that you use only at home and can't be bothered to charge it all the time.

Would buy it just for that.

Or there's this thing called an outlet, just leave it plugged in 24/7 since it's already being left at home 24/7.


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19 hours ago, 79wjd said:

Or there's this thing called an outlet, just leave it plugged in 24/7 since it's already being left at home 24/7.

That is true but I don't like the idea of leaving stuff with batteries plugged in when I'm not at home.


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Image result for note 4 with extended battery

this is what the note 4 community has been doing for years


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On 3/1/2019 at 5:30 PM, Donut417 said:

Question..... Can you legally take this on a plane? I mean isn't there a restrictions on how big the battery can be to fly?

there is. but it only applies to standalone batteries iirc. doesn't count batteries inside of devices (so long as you can actually carry those on)


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The size of this phone isn't actually that bad once you consider that most people put on thick cases that more then doubles the height of a phone stock.

 

The part that would actually be an issue is the weight.


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