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Anker 1400 mAh Battery for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

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4th June 2012, 10:09 AM   |  #1  
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Today I received my third parcel with ebay. At this time, from the United States. Anker NEW Battery for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Now it costs $ 36 (I was lucky - I bought it for $ 9, and the next day the price has changed). The stated capacity 1400 mAh, yet can not say anything, the first day of use. The size is ideal. I`m read only good reviews about the Anker`s batterys. Photos:
4th June 2012, 01:08 PM   |  #2  
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any reviews pls................
9th June 2012, 01:08 AM   |  #3  
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is it truly give much effect on batttery life? 1400mah, consider the capacity of original battery..
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yeah i am also waiting for a review
10th June 2012, 12:57 AM   |  #5  
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Waiting for the review....I have an external Anker 5600mah battery and they do make high quality products, although I don't predict a huge jump in battery life.
10th June 2012, 10:46 AM   |  #6  
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is it truly give much effect on batttery life? 1400mah, consider the capacity of original battery..

Its not just the capacity, its the quality of cells used.
Can't see it making that much difference though, they both should be high quality.

Sent from my GALAXY Ace.
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After ten days of use I can say that the battery holds a charge as the new original battery and even a little more. Thus the stated capacity of the battery is specified correctly. While charging, the battery does not overheat.
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After ten days of use I can say that the battery holds a charge as the new original battery and even a little more. Thus the stated capacity of the battery is specified correctly. While charging, the battery does not overheat.

Any time differences for us? I mean even a couple extra hours for me would be a plus.
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Me to!! Please, more info!
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as the new original battery and even a little more.


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