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[* black] Who runs the phone? Battery!
[* black] Removing the battery from the S6 should be a little bit easier than from the [guide|39158|Edge|stepid=88413]. In the Edge, the battery cable was routed under the motherboard before connecting on top, necessitating removing the motherboard to get to the battery.
[* black] Looks like with the bit of extra room inside the regular S6, Samsung was able to run the cable on top of the board, to save a step for battery removal.
[* black] AlsoAlso, thanks to the flat-screen design of the S6, it's easier to push an opening pick straight into the gap between the battery and display assembly, making it easier to cut the (just-as-strong) adhesive holding the battery.
[* black] This still hardly qualifies as a user-replaceable battery, but it is a bit easier than in the S6 Edge. Still, it's a flying leap backwards from previous Galaxies like the S5, where you could [guide|24016|replace the battery|stepid=61515] using nothing but your wits, and you didn't even really need those.
[* black] AlsoAlso, thanks to the flat-screen design of the S6, it's easier to push an opening pick straight into the gap between the battery and display assembly, making it easier to cut the (just-as-strong) adhesive holding the battery.
[* black] This still hardly qualifies as a user-replaceable battery, but it is a bit easier than in the S6 Edge. Still, it's a flying leap backwards from previous Galaxies like the S5, where you could [guide|24016|replace the battery|stepid=61515] using nothing but your wits, and you didn't even really need those.