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Which battery is better and healthier? How can I test?

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28th March 2014, 04:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hi All, if I had two original Samsung Note 3 batteries, how can I test to find out which one is newer or healthier? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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They are most likely going to be the exact same bro. The battery's where both manufactured close to the same time I'm sure. Personally I wouldn't even worry about it. But do a complete drain test with each one over the course of a week. Only drain the battery to around 10% on each though. No need to go all the way to 1% lol. I'm sure after a week of testing each battery you will find similar results. Also install gsam from the play store for a bit of extra information.

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