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The bad: no expendable memory card. No removable battery! = no buy! Sorry but I won't pay £100 more for 100 gig extra when I've got a 64 gig waiting for me. Time to try a Z4! Hopefully it has a memory card! Which is my main gripe!
I have the Z3 compact after moving from an older Galaxy model. It's bloody brilliant, big phone performance squeezed into a tiny body, with stupendous battery life. I'm very excited to see what can be done with the Z4/Z4 compact later this year.
i service people cellular phones for a living and from what customers have been saying the "android iphone" is not what samsung fans want. Nonremovable battery, no expandable storage. Samsung even makes their own sd micro cards for their phones, dumbest design decision for profitibility on an android phone samsung could have made. This will be the perfect time for a different company to replicate the success samsung had with the S3 and take the market share away from samsung
You are right but non removable battery in my opinion is a good thing. Gives the phone a more solid build. I own a htc one x and I have it since three years, it is one of the first phones to come with non removable battery. However, I have never felt the need to open my case to check for my battery :P plus there is always a way to get a damaged battery replaced. Having the phone for more than 3 years without getting it damaged (because of good build quality) is a plus for non removable battery.
No reason you can't have good build quality with removable battery. The Nokia E71 had awesome build quality and the battery cover fit extremely snug with no chance of it coming off when dropped either.
What about the new fingerprint scanner compared to the S5 one which was terrible, Samsung's wireless payments, built-in wireless charging, fast charging, WiFi calling and audio quality through headphones. Those are some pretty significant features that a lot of people will want to know about
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