Most "Power" users have at least 1 external battery that plugs into the charging port when the internal battery isn't good enough.
The fact is that in order for the phone manufacturers to develop and sell phones wanted by the average consumer, the old style of consumer service-friendly phones are going the way of sealed devices that require you to take the device to a service center at your cost.
In addition, it is common to be cheaper to replace than repair phones. The average life span for a cellular phone is as little as 2 years. I have had phones that have lasted much longer, but I am referring to an average life.
The current mobile phone batteries are basically non-detachable integrated design , we can not freely disassemble, when the battery has problems, can only take the phone to the store to find a professional repair or replacement, not convenient, and takes time and money.
So when your battery capacity is not enough, would you like to change the phone or change the battery?