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[Review] RAVPower 2800mAh Li-ion Battery

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Default [Review] RAVPower 2800mAh Li-ion Battery

I was asked to do a review of the RavPower 2800mAh replacement battery for my Samsung S4.

A bit of history, I have the S4 for verizon, I run Vanir Rom and use Ktoons kernel. I also have a pebble watch that pulls weather every 20 to 60 minutes.

Prior to using in my phone, I used my external battery charger to ensure it was at 100% when I put it into my phone. Normally I charge every night but last night I said to myself, I want to see how long it will go compared to the stock battery.

Attached is a screenshot and I am well over 5 hours my norm and still have 27% left.

Personally, if you are looking for a good, solid replacement, I would certainly purchase one of these.

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- HTC G1 - HTC Evo (made the clear battery doors)
- Iphone 4s - LG Nexus 4 (very happy to be back on Android)
- HTC One - Samsung S4
- Samsung Note 3- Next big thing?
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Too many 1-star reviews on Amazon. Won't be taking the risk. I think OEM-Original or Anker (or Zerolemon) is a safer bet

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