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30th April 2012, 06:38 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, i like to buy a new batery for replace when my is over. I look at ebay but i think some are "fake". if someone has already bought one that works well can you tell me?

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3rd May 2012, 02:39 PM   |  #2  
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I have heard that best way to avoid "fake" is to neglect ebay or amazon and to scout for branded batteries - anker, mugen, seidio. I use mugen and advise you too, they may seem costy but they are actually twice cheaper. Not only the batteries last longer during the day, but also in general they last longer in terms of life cycle of the battery. Usually batteries have maximum 100 recharges and then start to day (like one year of use), while branded aftermarket batteries like mugen for instance can be recharged 400 times. Do not do ebay..
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I have heard that best way to avoid "fake" is to neglect ebay or amazon and to scout for branded batteries - anker, mugen, seidio. I use mugen and advise you too, they may seem costy but they are actually twice cheaper. Not only the batteries last longer during the day, but also in general they last longer in terms of life cycle of the battery. Usually batteries have maximum 100 recharges and then start to day (like one year of use), while branded aftermarket batteries like mugen for instance can be recharged 400 times. Do not do ebay..

Do you tell
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Mugen-Po...ht_1798wt_1139
This battery have a long life like htc official batery?

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3rd May 2012, 04:04 PM   |  #4  
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Hi, i like to buy a new batery for replace when my is over. I look at ebay but i think some are "fake". if someone has already bought one that works well can you tell me?

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I bought extra battery from htc care. Visit your nearest htc service centre and give order new battery.
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3rd May 2012, 08:56 PM   |  #5  
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I bought extra battery from htc care. Visit your nearest htc service centre and give order new battery.

And how mutch you pay for?
4th May 2012, 12:01 AM   |  #6  
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I bought a golden battery on ebay ( 2430mha and same size as stock ).

I cannot see any improvement since it lasts as long as the original one ( 1300mha ).
5th May 2012, 01:11 PM   |  #7  
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Simply buy an Andida which costs about $8 shipped WorldWide from Obbostore or available from some online store & local mobile shops.
Gold batteries are complete fake junk & Mugen over priced ...
We have over 20 HD2 devices issued to staff & in their 3rd year of use, we issued Andida as spares & have had no issues with them to date, had issues with Momax & local no name brands ...
In no way am I saying Andida is superb but performance seems close/same to standard & at Hong Kong direct price we would be mad to pay HTC genuine prices with no real benefit ...
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Simply buy an Andida which costs about $8 shipped WorldWide from Obbostore or available from some online store & local mobile shops.
Gold batteries are complete fake junk & Mugen over priced ...
We have over 20 HD2 devices issued to staff & in their 3rd year of use, we issued Andida as spares & have had no issues with them to date, had issues with Momax & local no name brands ...
In no way am I saying Andida is superb but performance seems close/same to standard & at Hong Kong direct price we would be mad to pay HTC genuine prices with no real benefit ...

yes, because i dont want i high capacity battery.. only want one with same capacity and duration of official htc hd2 battery. Bur ebay... you know... hard to trust in everyone. Well i will try one Andida like you sad. Thanks
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Hello Halsahaf

well, ~one year latter, can you feedback on your choice ?

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27th December 2013, 03:02 AM   |  #10  
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well I have ordered Andida batteries from Vegacom.eu

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