Removable battery is a plus no matter what. But it does lower the overall fit and finish, also have a smaller capacity compared with a sealed unit.
The faux leather on the Note 3 is utterly terrible, it is just a piece of hard plastic, feels and looks nothing like leather. The G3 looks quite a bit better and does a better job at being fake.
The S5 have a nice plastic back, but could do without the fake metal trims. Judy stuff real metal in.
It depends from phone to phone. If it's a phone with a curved back like the HTC Butterfly or One M7/M8, the battery is sandwiched between two logic boards, in which case an internal battery has a clear advantage. But if it's a phone with uniform thickness, like the iPhones, the batteries have more or less the same rectangular form factor as a removable one. Heck, I'd even say it is user replaceable in the 4/S, since the battery is the first thing to come out after the back.
My memory seems to be primarily feeling-driven. If something has emotional significance to me, I have no problem remembering just about anything.
Did you know that Steve Blum voiced TOM, the robotic host of Toonami?
Guess which of these have the same English voice actor. =D
The answer to this was pretty much implied
Yeah I know, I'm weird. I wouldn't be surprised if the 4S was as heavy as the S4 (S4 4S same thing XD). *actually it looks like it's heavier than the S4, and a whopping 5 g less than the S5...
Like a camera grip though, I like the added weight since it feels more stable in my hand. Sometimes I attach the C5/C5D to my iPhone since it's easier for me to hold, especially for just viewing the screen. Le pics (Click to show)
^ you can't even see the C5...but I'm gripping onto the C5 with my palm and using the tips of my fingers just as bumper guards for the iPhone in my hand to prevent it from slipping. It's easier on my hand too since I don't have to grip the phone itself and the extra weight does all the hard work needed to keep it in my hand.
After holding the 5/5C/5S in my hand, I found it absurdly light for my tastes and I felt as though I would easily drop it one day. And I ain't going to buy a $50 mega-thick case for it just to add weight/protection.
It's not really a plus no matter what if there's a downside. XD
But yeah, a removable battery is nice for long periods of "away from wall outlet" time, unless you carry around a portable charger.
The 4S is actually a whopping 9 grams heavier than the S4!
The 5C does feel surprisingly heavy for a plastic phone of its size, thanks to the steel frame inside. It's easily more durable than the 5/S.
Both internal and removable batteries have their own upsides and downsides, just like dubs vs. subs!
That's not too wild of a guess. It's the main reason why there weren't many 3rd party Lightning accessories at the time of release.
Yeah, S1 did it better than S2 though; it felt more forced in the second season. The OVAs were OK.
Yeah, dubs allow you to kinda watch it uninterrupted, unless it's a bad dub. Subs usually translate the dialog with a bit of interpretation on the subber's side, so original meaning may be lost, and stuff like that. It also depends on the setting of the anime; if it's a SoL, then Japanese is almost always the better option, and if it's an action anime with a Western setting, then English is almost always the preferred choice. Stuff like that.