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

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy S3' started by jwilly216, Dec 1, 2012.

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    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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    Dna pro imo

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    I would!
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    I'd stick to my S3
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    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
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    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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    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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    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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    I just don't understand why they would do that to a phone that could've been so perfect. Nowadays people use a lot of space and they consume a lot of power
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    Lol...with all due respect...do you own a GS3?

    And I'd have to agree with b. I like the design, but that's pretty much it.
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    Ill stick with PBlue,4.8SAHDScreen,2GB,and 1.5SD.Ill drop the S3 when the SGalaxy2 hits the streez and of course GSM this time around.DancingNexus
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    I was thinking of dropping the S3 for the N4,but I see I might not get one until Feb,March.By that time,Ill know more about KLP.Ill take waiting for KLP for 1,000 Alex:D
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    Both my siblings have one. I agree its a great device but, they barely get signal in places I have 4g... And I fiddled with the DNA in a store for about 15 minutes. So ya I've seen and handled both.
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    Nope. Dna does not have sd card expansion slot and only has 8 gig internal memory capacity
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