Question for owners of cellphones with sealed (non-removable) batteries.
For example, my original Galaxy Note 4 battery went bad after about 14 months of use. I popped in a replacement battery for $13 and it's good as new.
Despite this, the industry is moving towards sealed (non-removable) batteries. I'd like to know what owners of sealed battery phones have experienced. Have they lasted at least two years before essentially rendering the phone useless? Does your warranty cover the battery?
With Samsung going the sealed-battery route, I think my 12 year streak of Samsung phones is about to end unless the Note 6 has a replaceable battery. Your thoughts?