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Thread: if the DNA had a removable battery, I'd sell my s3 to get it. would you?

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    if the DNA had a removable battery, I'd sell my s3 to get it. would you?

    The DNA could've been the best phone in the world right now if they would've made the batter removable but I'd never trade my s3 for a phone that can't swap batteries out.
    IF the DNA DID have a removable battery, would you like it enough to sell your s3? Honestly I'm still not sure that I would because Samsung is ahead of the pack with multi window and such.
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    Re: if the DNA had a removable battery, I'd sell my s3 to get it. would you?

    Dna pro imo

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    I would!
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    Re: if the DNA had a removable battery, I'd sell my s3 to get it. would you?

    Still S3 all the way. 16 gig only 11 available with no expansion.
    With unlimited data a thing of the past, where am I supposed to put music, pics, and video?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestOkid View Post
    Still S3 all the way. 16 gig only 11 available with no expansion.
    With unlimited data a thing of the past, where am I supposed to put music, pics, and video?

    Tapped from my SCH - I535 using VZW stock Jelly Bean
    This. No removable battery is bad enough, but even if it had one, I couldn't deal with the limited amount of internal storage and no expandable memory. The DNA would need to have either a 64GB model available or a microSD card slot for me to consider it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WestOkid
    Still S3 all the way. 16 gig only 11 available with no expansion.
    With unlimited data a thing of the past, where am I supposed to put music, pics, and video?

    Tapped from my SCH - I535 using VZW stock Jelly Bean
    Wow good point. I definitely would keep my s3. Thanks for printing that out
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    S3for me sorry.
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    I'd stick with the DNA
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    Re: if the DNA had a removable battery, I'd sell my s3 to get it. would you?

    The DNA looked awesome to me, the storage wouldn't be that big of a deal to me....However that battery doesnt seem like it would do the trick, have people been having battery issues?

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