Originally Posted by cyberdyne 101
But anyway SD cards and removable batteries are like soo last year
What on Earth are you on about?
Do you not understand the advantages of a MicroSD card slot and removable battery?
Why choose to pay around £100 for 16GB more storage space when you can just pay £10 for a 16GB MicroSD card. 32GB Class 10 MicroSD cards are just £22 as well. How much do you want to bet phones with an extra 32GB of internal storage have a price difference much, much higher than just £22?
Nevermind the situation you might find yourself in when you buy a 16GB device thinking it's enough and then realise later you actually should have bought the 32GB one. The fix for this should be as easy as popping in a £10 16GB MicroSD card and you're done. The removable battery has one advantage in my opinion. Once you battery no longer charges and discharges efficiently due to too many charge-discharge cycles, you can easily chuck it into the recycling bin and pop in a brand new battery.
I tend to leave little room to disagree with me. It's a habit of mine. My conclusion is therefore that if you disagree with me on the advantages of MicroSD cards and removable batteries (at least the former), you're incorrect!