Hello, I have a Galaxy s6 since like 2015. Within 2yrs, the battery started to quickly deteriorate. I began having to recharge constantly to the point that I was using powerbank just to use the phone. It has been my habit for many years to read an ebook while listening to music, but every minute, I would lose 2% battery. I would be lucky to get 40mins of use without powerbank. I decided to get battery replaced at a local phone repair shop for $65 (retail Samsung store costs like $100). Battery was great for 10 months, but I am back to same issue. It's not worth getting ANOTHER battery replaced at repair shop for $65 so I'm done. I can get trade-in for $80 even with bad battery so It's gone. Good riddance. Now I'm realizing no phones nowadays have removable battery? What's up with that? Do any recent decent phones have removable battery?? Is it even manufactured anymore? This is insane. I want removable battery so I can replace bad battery easily myself for cheap rather than having some tech crack open my phone every 2-3yrs and yearly after that (unnecessary labor costs + tax). It seems this is all a money-making grab by these smartphone companies to not have removable battery so people buy whole new phone whenever battery goes bad. BTW I refuse to trade-in a phone to get new phone every time the battery bugs out. I only buy new phone when old one dies -- I am not one of those who buy new phone every year or 2. I don't have money for that or desire even to do so. I also want to minimize waste on my end in my life. Thanks!