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I'm not one of those people that has to buy the latest phone every year. My last phone was the Galaxy S5 and I loved that I could change its battery. It allowed me to keep using the phone until *I* wanted a new one.
Now, I have the Galaxy S10. It's a fantastic device except that there is no owner access to the battery. Not only did the crooks at Samsung make the battery non-replaceable, they even glued it to the motherboard to almost ensure damage if anyone tried. In my book, that's just rotten.
I'd love to see non-replaceable batteries made illegal in the United States. Eliminating changeable batteries is so underhanded on the part of the manufacturers, I honestly don't know why a class-action lawsuit hasn't been brought against the whole lot of them.
Samsung *should* be forced to pay for battery replacements. There is absolutely no reason why Samsung can't make phones with replaceable batteries, other than greed. It's certainly not in the buyer's best interest. And it's definitely not an improvement in design nor a desirable feature. It's robbery. No one should have to melt their way into any high-end electronic device to get at the battery.
All new products are warranted against factory defects. A non-removable battery is a factory defect, if I ever saw one. The worst part is it's deliberate. Seriously, there should be a lawsuit — and a bill banning non-replaceable batteries in Smartphones.