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Nakitakona
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09/01/2019 2:58 pm  

I have noticed that there cellphones with built-in battery. And I have one. Are there advantages and disadvantages of it? Is it more efficient compared to phone with a detachable battery?


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10/01/2019 11:40 pm  

Not only mobile phones but laptops too are coming with inbuilt battery. I have bought a HP laptop yesterday and that is without a customer changeable battery. One of the advantage is that weight of the device is comparatively less and you do not open them often which creates some problems in the device.


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11/01/2019 5:26 am  
Posted by: suny

Not only mobile phones but laptops too are coming with inbuilt battery. I have bought a HP laptop yesterday and that is without a customer changeable battery. One of the advantage is that weight of the device is comparatively less and you do not open them often which creates some problems in the device.

Built-in battery in laptop, in  your case, gives a benefit and that is preventing a problem may arise. What about if the battery becomes dead or couldn't be used anymore for it has reached its life's span?


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11/01/2019 10:20 pm  

You simply go to the service center and get it changed or if the gadget is in warranty period the technical person/service engineer will provide onsite service.


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12/01/2019 1:25 pm  

The other day I visited the service center. I let it repaired or changed its dead battery and it is running now. I shouldered the service pay though it was expensive but yet it's remedied.


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12/01/2019 8:02 pm  
Posted by: Nakitakona

The other day I visited the service center. I let it repaired or changed its dead battery and it is running now. I shouldered the service pay though it was expensive but yet it's remedied.

You could have changed your battery yourself by buying one from the dealer and saved service charges but what I meant here was that an inbuilt battery is different that you cannot change yourself but you will have to take the services of either your gadget manufacturer or go to a technical vendor. 


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30/01/2019 2:45 pm  

I have had inbuilt battery phone for years and my experience wasn't good. After some times the battery got spoilt. I went and replaced it but never worked well and it took less than 6 months and it literally exploded. I was forced to buy a new one.


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26/02/2019 5:37 am  

As i under stand inbuilt batteries can provide difficulties whenever is dead. We all know that authorised service centers charge astronomically while this thing can be done  through other repairing centers at a much cheaper rate. 

These inbuilt batteries will force people go to authorised center and that is the sole benefit.   


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26/02/2019 12:29 pm  
Posted by: arnmaster

As i under stand inbuilt batteries can provide difficulties whenever is dead. We all know that authorised service centers charge astronomically while this thing can be done  through other repairing centers at a much cheaper rate. 

These inbuilt batteries will force people go to authorised center and that is the sole benefit. 

Everyone on their own... i people will have to go to authorized center to have these batteries changed they will also be assured of original batteries which last longer and chances of  bad functioning will also be reduced.  

 


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