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Replying to:  No microSD and None Removable Battery = BAD by Snapper314   Aug 1, 2013, 2:45 PM

Re: No microSD and None Removable Battery = BAD

by Slammer    Aug 1, 2013, 9:24 PM

I wish more people would realize this. It seems many in these forums think with their lower extremities.

Where is it an advantage to a consumer to spend 700-900 dollars on a phone that you can't service or replace the weakest link?

I've been told that a battery should be visually inspected and tested every 6 months. This assures no swelling is occuring from heavy usage and also that the anode and cathode along with the electrolitic component are healthy. A damage battery can wreak havoc on a phone. Not being able to get to it, helps ensure a great turnover of handsets brought to centers to be sent back, refurbed and resold at a very profitable cost.

Guess who pays for all this in the end?

John B.

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