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Anker 2500mAh or Anker "2700"mAh

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7th September 2012, 05:37 AM   |  #31  
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i was going to order one of these but a guy ran a chineese gold 3000mah through an actual machine,and it came back reading 3080mah(stock size battery) so i ordered that

200mah isnt that much to notice really,30min to hour max im sure
500mah may be very noticeable

How has the battey been working for you? Do you feel a difference compared to stock? I was thinking about getting the gold batteries but wasn't sure.
7th September 2012, 01:56 PM   |  #32  
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New types of lithium batteries are coming in the next few months that will change everything:

http://www.gizmag.com/lithium-batter...-longer/20550/

Nice. Can't wait for my galaxy note 5 to come with one of these.

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18th November 2012, 02:49 AM   |  #33  
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Originally Posted by SayWhat10

i was going to order one of these but a guy ran a chineese gold 3000mah through an actual machine,and it came back reading 3080mah(stock size battery) so i ordered that

200mah isnt that much to notice really,30min to hour max im sure
500mah may be very noticeable

Hey, any updates on this so far or it was a fluke? I would to hear any info on it.

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Nice. Can't wait for my galaxy note 5 to come with one of these.

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I thought they were almost ready for the market when I read the 2 posts and was like "Damn!!" and I didn't pay attention to your number "5" next to the "note"!! ahahaha

For anyone in the future seeing this and thinks the battery technology is ready, I will quote from the article:

"The Northwestern University technology is expected to hit the marketplace in the next three to five years." Based on the article that's between 2014-2016.
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24th December 2012, 07:41 PM   |  #34  
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Just got my 2700 mAh delivered... gonna install it thus evening...will update the results here after testing durability....

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9th February 2013, 07:36 PM   |  #35  
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Just got my 2700 mAh delivered... gonna install it thus evening...will update the results here after testing durability....

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How is your experience with anker and the note. I'm dumping my oem for one.

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12th February 2013, 09:24 PM   |  #36  
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I've had the Anker, Gold, and stock. I would say the Anker and Gold gives me 15% more juice than stock. The gold cost me $6, Anker cost me 2-3x. Running the gold for 3 months and still strong.

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I've had the Anker, Gold, and stock. I would say the Anker and Gold gives me 15% more juice than stock. The gold cost me $6, Anker cost me 2-3x. Running the gold for 3 months and still strong.

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I've had more experience with anker from past devices. Do you prefer the Gold over the Anker. Or are they equal to you?

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13th February 2013, 03:12 AM   |  #38  
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Gold since the price is cheap, I'll get a note 3 soon, performance is the same.

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15th February 2013, 03:53 AM   |  #39  
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Gold since the price is cheap, I'll get a note 3 soon, performance is the same.

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Note 3 soon .... Doubt soon is the word......

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22nd February 2013, 04:36 AM   |  #40  
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My original battery was dying, screen time with even Wifi dropped from 3 hours to 90 minutes max over the last year. It got really bad last a couple of months, as I had to charge it way more often and the charge cycles got even higher. I tried the Larza 5000 mAh extended but the battery door would not close properly, so I ended up buying the Anker 2700 mAh.

BEST $10 I have ever spent!

Wow and I was about to consider a Note 2, but this battery completely rejuvenated my phone. I am back at 3 hours screen time again, can probably go 4 hours if I stick to reading books/web pages on Wifi. The Anker is quite a bit heavier than the stock battery, maybe that is why it has the juice? I can now comfortably wait for Note 3, or Note 2 refurbish at a DEEP discount.

Expect a 10% increase from OEM, and a much much bigger increase IF you have abused a single OEM battery for the last entire year like I did. It was a 100% increase for me.
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