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QCell Galaxy Nexus i9250 3850mAh Extended Battery / Galaxy Nexus i9250 Slim Battery

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1st February 2012, 04:54 PM   |  #1  
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QCell Galaxy Nexus i9250 3850mAh Extended Battery

Extended link
http://www.amazon.com/QCell-Samsung-...9897525&sr=8-3

Slim:
http://www.amazon.com/QCell-Samsung-...9897525&sr=8-1



with cover side view:


with cover bottom view:


with cover top view:


Using tethering for my ipad 2 wifi and downloading bt using ttorrent regularly. stock battery can't last me a day. This one can last me full day with around 15% left.

Also got a galaxy nexus battery rated at 2050mAh

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1st February 2012, 06:21 PM   |  #2  
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Can you comment on the 2050 MAh battery? Does it fit with the stock back cover? Doesn't really seem legit as the OEM extended requires a different back cover.

Might be worth the risk checking it out for $15...
1st February 2012, 06:52 PM   |  #3  
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You can use original cover with the 2050mAh battery from what i tried here
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How about NFC?
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How about NFC?

NFC is unavailable for all third party batteries as far as I'm aware
1st February 2012, 09:15 PM   |  #6  
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Unless the third-party in question chooses to equip their batteries with a suitable aerial.

As this is the first thread I'm aware of featuring this particular brand of battery, it's worth asking.
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can u tell us if the 2050mah worths the stock battery or if its better?
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Nice Find! Ordered, seems like our phone might finally function as a replacement for a handheld GPS (Garmin, Magellan etc...)
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I would love to hear your thoughts on the 2050mAh battery. It seems like a lot of these aftermarket batteries don't do any better than the stock battery even with the higher charge capacity.

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I am getting the 2050mAH batteries on Monday and will test it out.

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