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Smartphones with a removable battery have become increasingly rare in recent years. This feature no longer seems to be a priority for many manufacturers since there are fewer and fewer of them in this field. This trend confirms my feeling that having a smartphone with a removable battery is not really that important anymore in 2017
There are several reasons that explain this change of situation. One of the simplest reasons is the significant evolution of batteries in recent years. Smartphones are now able to offer more thanks to improved technology, as well as give users more options, especially with regards to charging. In particular, technological advances like fast charging and wireless charging have appeared and become the norm. External batteries have improved and widened the market, thus replacing the need for a smartphone with a removable battery as users can always have a battery at hand. As a result, the removable battery is no longer as sought-after as it was once was.
I prefer non removable batteries, as they allow the smart phones to be much sleek, compact and stylish. It looks great and also there is no problem of removing the battery on our own. Thanks for sharing 👍
Using a battery which may be removed has many added benefits. The most obvious one is user replacement following the old one expires. However, should the phone become waterlogged, being able to open the back and take out the battery might help dry off the phone before any damage could be done. #TechQuest