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Old October 5th, 2012, 03:29 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by AndroidSPCS View Post

There is NO proof that non-removable battery / lack of SD card provides any compelling benefits on Android, especially if a user doesn't care if the option is there or not. In these cases, then why defend the limitations to those who want a removable battery or SD card support? I can't understand that.
I would say the unibody design is a HUGE benefit of non-removable battery. The One X is a sexy looking device. To many users Fashion > Function. They don't care about having that battery swap capability. Not to mention....the dreaded iPhone has done just fine without either SD card or removable battery.

We're not the average user. If the One X had those two features, I would have bought it in a heartbeat over the GS3. Sadly, no go.
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