The brand new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are arguably the best Android smartphones the world has ever seen at this point, but nothing it perfect and that obviously holds true in this case. Specifically, vocal Android enthusiasts seem to have three main problems with the new flagship handsets: They don’t have user-replaceable batteries, they don’t have expandable storage and they aren’t water- or dust-resistant.
Carrying a portable battery charger or a battery case can help address the first issue, but what happens if and when your battery goes bad? Thankfully, Samsung has finally confirmed how much it will cost to have your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge battery replaced. More →