Sources: Weibo, via The Verge
quote: in th[e] end I would take a non-removable battery phone over one that's replaceable any day
quote: Build quality is one reason; a phone with a removable back will never be [quite] as sturdy.
quote: I like knowing that if I drop my phone the back and battery will not pop out and that everything will still be running.
quote: Another reason is because even those with removable batteries almost NEVER purchase a spare battery to swap out to.
quote: I myself wouldn't have a place in my pocket to carry around a spare battery even if I had one.
quote: The door doesn't take up any space though or intrude into the internal compartment whatsoever. Why do people act like making the back of the phone removable somehow dictates the battery be smaller? This has never made sense to me.