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ughlah 2 years ago
I cannot follow all those "big things" any more. I don't need a fingerprint scanner, voice recognition, superbadass displays that look exactly like the ones before, phones that get so big you cannot put them anywhere.
I don't even need exchangeable batteries as nowadays you can buy mobile batteries with 20000 maH everywhere.
The next really big thing might be out there, but i'm pretty sure all of the big ones (Samsung, apple, Sony, Microsoft, ... ) will have it. Until then I have a pretty old iphone, which has a good response to my finger movements on the screen. It's fast enough for my needs and I like the display, but I guess I would be equally satisfied by a older Samsung model.
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gremlinbyname 2 years ago
Poor samsung. They haven't figured out yet that going on about your opponent in your paid advertisement is giving them free publicity. Worse still, Apple isn't their competition; they should be focusing on making their phones stand out from the the other Android phones!
MindTrick 2 years ago
Back in the late 90's, we would walk around with our bricks in our pouches, containing at least 1 extra battery at all times. Everyone had the same phone tho, so was never a hassle to charge or borrow batteries from each other. Mostly the Motorola Digiflip, or Microtac. Then close to year 2k, other brands started to become massive, like Nokia, Siemens, and then the good old "share or swap" days were over...
Tarc 2 years ago
@gremlinbyname... yeah it gives them publicity - in a bad way.
And it's not like Apple is an unknown company and this ad just made some people discover it.
Apple IS their competition, are you out of your mind?
You just sound like a desperate apple tree hugger who can't come up with anything else.
Here is a product whose battery life is vastly better from any other smartphone of similar performance out there - including Apple products, including other Android devices.
Yet, here is an iPhone owner who just wants to diss this achievement in any way possible. Nice job.
WildMonkey 2 years ago
So taking out your battery is a feature now?
donatelo 2 years ago
I for one , have never felt the need to keep up with the Jone's
gremlinbyname 2 years ago
Tarc: you samsung much?
dave9191 2 years ago
#5 didn't you hear. Removable batteries are the next big thing. Revolutionary. Never been done before sort of thing.
Dumfbuck 2 years ago
I think what they're saying is that the extra battery is included, but still.. Dumb..
I have some friends who made a $60 solution. I have one for when I'm out traveling. www.getvolt.dk
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