This is the first year that Samsung has employed a unibody design in its flagship Galaxy S line sealing the smartphones completely. While it was always possible to change the batteries of your Galaxy S phones when they start fussing up, it won’t be possible any longer. Powered by a 2,550 mAh battery, Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge sport a power consuming Quad HD display, high-end Exynos 7 octa core processing chipset and other such top notch features. However with strong features comes stronger toll on the battery too. Here is how you can fix Galaxy S6 battery problems with simple and easy tips without having to lament over the impossibility of changing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Battery.