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Default Stock vs Anker 2200 vs Hyperion 4200 vs anker 4400 vs seido 3500

alrighty guys, i spent the whole day testing these batteries, if you find my post helpful please click the thanks button

first off this is a test to see how the battery does under max load, max setting and max capability condition. so before you say "O i can last 4 hours screen on time with my stock" well you dint test it like i did, my testing are as follow

-Brightness were on 100% the whole time
-stability test were run at 1.78ghz clock
-tune in radio were running and streaming 192kbp music
-navigation were on
-wifi were turned on but not use
-bluetooth were on but not use
-phone were put in the same spot throughout the test (signal vary from place to place so in order to eliminate that i put it at the exact same spot)
-all batteries have been condition as per factory instruction.









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Anker battery







-result were very good, the anker does last longer than stock. Thanks laptopmate.us for providing me the battery to test, however i will not be using this since the Hyperion is more suited for my need

effective Mah: 2200-2300

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Hyperion Battery





this thing is a beast, it could easily get another hour more than the stock (notice i stopped at 5%)

-effective Mah: ROUGHLY 2900-3000
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very helpful. thanks!

i mentioned about the charger issue in the PM.

any external charger you would recommend?

seems like most of these 3rd party batts comes with a crappy charger that doesnt charge the batt to 100%.
 
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very helpful. thanks!

i mentioned about the charger issue in the PM.

any external charger you would recommend?

seems like most of these 3rd party batts comes with a crappy charger that doesnt charge the batt to 100%.
i use the charger that came with my S3, sorry anker dint provide me one with an extra charger
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it would be nice to see what a 4600mah would do
 
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it would be nice to see what a 4600mah would do
pretty sure that's what what the hyperion is
 
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it would be nice to see what a 4600mah would do
I be interest too, which one are you looking at ?





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pretty sure that's what what the hyperion is
Nope Hyperion advertise at 4000 if I remember correctly

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It doesn´t mather how much mA baterry have, phone is yust to fatt.
 
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i noticed that the anker is 4.35v

what does that mean for the battery? just takes longer to charge?
 
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Too fat ? I guess u never live in the era where Nokia uses brick for a phone ?

I think the sgs3 is too thin...it's easily slip out of my hand because it's just too damn light but to each his own. I love having battery for a full day without worrying or do anything to prolong battery life

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i noticed that the anker is 4.35v

what does that mean for the battery? just takes longer to charge?
Nah don't sweat too much about it.

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