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1800mAh batteries for Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch D710

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4th May 2012, 12:28 AM   |  #1  
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Hi!
I've just ordered "3x 1800mAh Battery + US Charger Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch D710".

From what I've read, they should fit into out SGS. I am a little concered about the batter height, but I'll make them fit if they wont.

I will test each one of them after I receive them, I would like to know, did anyone else bought theese batteries and what is his/hers impression? Even if they are less then 1.8Ah (lets say 1.5Ah), they still are dirty cheap and better then a year old battery. I barely get 10hours of my battery and have to take my netbook with me all the time, 1.1kg is heavier then 3 extra batteries .
4th May 2012, 05:40 AM   |  #2  
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I can't tell you if the battery will fit into the SGS, but I'm 1000% sure that it will not even be 1000mAh. I bought a "1900mAh" one, a year ago and it lasted half as much as my one year old 1500mAh battery. I now have it as a backup, but I have never used it since.

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4th May 2012, 07:16 AM   |  #3  
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I guess I'll try to find a battery that is really 1800mAh. Those Anker batteries are supposedly true capacity.
4th May 2012, 12:59 PM   |  #4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by R4DK0

Hi!
I've just ordered "3x 1800mAh Battery + US Charger Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch D710".

From what I've read, they should fit into out SGS. I am a little concered about the batter height, but I'll make them fit if they wont.

I will test each one of them after I receive them, I would like to know, did anyone else bought theese batteries and what is his/hers impression? Even if they are less then 1.8Ah (lets say 1.5Ah), they still are dirty cheap and better then a year old battery. I barely get 10hours of my battery and have to take my netbook with me all the time, 1.1kg is heavier then 3 extra batteries .

You should know taking off the battery so often will get your battery weaker and last less than it should.. i have bought cheap battery once said its 1500mah but i guess it was less cuz it was thinner than the stock one and it lasted less.. i advice you to buy anker battery if those battery's you bought ain't good.

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4th May 2012, 09:24 PM   |  #5  
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I bought a Polarcell 1800mAH battery two weeks ago.What can i say ;
Battery drain is slow at multitasking,gaming,surfing etc.But at standby,it's nearly to org.1500mAH battery.(I think android OS and android system causing it)
Long story short get it It's worthful

if i wrote a long sentence,sorry for my bad english mates!
Edit :For an example.Yesterday morning i took away my phone from charger(2.3.6 jw4 installed) and between 08:00 Am to 11:00 Am, i played games.(completely!,no pause or exit at all) when the afternoon i listened music like 30 mins.
Then again between 02:00PM to 05:00PM watched films etc.
When it was 06:00PM,my battery was at %49.
Hope it was helpful mate
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