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The Note 5 Samsung Made some big MISTAKE'S


Aug 28, 2015, 1:02 AM
I have been very Impressed with Samsung's Galaxy and Note Phones. I currently have a Galaxy S5 and I Love it. The design and display, **REMOVABLE BATTERY** I always have a spare charged and ready to pop in whin the juice runs low. Plus I added the wireless charging back. **SDcard Slot** And water resistance are the key features I wanted in the phone. I was an Android fan from Day one. When I purchased the Original Motorola Droid in 09. I was always a Moto Fan and never purchased any other brand. I had the Razer s, Droid Razer Maxx, Razer Max HD and I was looking forward to the Droid Tubo. But Moto also made a big mistake. They omitted the SDCard. I love to have my entire Music collection on my Phone 330 albums all in high quality 320khzs. ...

Sep 1, 2015, 6:54 AM
I agree and while I posted this elsewhere it applies here because it agree strongly with what you wrote.

I need extended batteries and I need the ability to replace batteries once they have gone down the 30% a year they die through normal use. I don't want to have to ship my phone off or pay special technician money to replace a battery that is a standard stock battery. I also don't like the design of the phone where you cannot change the back cover to extend it so that you can put in a larger battery. It may look cool but for this user this is a huge flaw. I will wait for a phone , and there is already a different one out by a different company has everything except for that AMOLED display and it's a little slower. However, it's also muc...
Brad K

Sep 2, 2015, 6:38 PM
"They are making the phone available to those with ample dollar figures and not to goes with more affordable budgets as they NEEDLESSLY push up the price of the phone, without making available lower priced options sporting memory scalability and long shelf life with replaceable batteries."

The Note series phones are supposed to be the top of the line devices. Since when are top of the line products supposed to be for those on tight budgets?

There are indeed more affordable options, see Galaxy Grand Prime:
https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=4785 »

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