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By kai3black, Junior Member on 23rd November 2013, 07:21 AM
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I’m recently looking for Note 3 backup battery for my friend and had luckily come across posts reviewing nice batteries I assume made in china while searching on Google. I decided to buy one from mpj for my Google Nexus S first. Received the battery several day ago, did a calibration---used the battery till its empty then charge it from empty to full. Have to admit its unexpected good. With same dimensions like the stock but gives me several hours more before it died. I have been stuck with the original batteries for years but now I begin to trust the Chinese suppliers who I always had believed were scammers.
 
 
7th December 2013, 01:56 AM |#2  
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I’m recently looking for Note 3 backup battery for my friend and had luckily come across posts reviewing nice batteries I assume made in china while searching on Google. I decided to buy one from mpj for my Google Nexus S first. Received the battery several day ago, did a calibration---used the battery till its empty then charge it from empty to full. Have to admit its unexpected good. With same dimensions like the stock but gives me several hours more before it died. I have been stuck with the original batteries for years but now I begin to trust the Chinese suppliers who I always had believed were scammers.

Link please?
7th December 2013, 03:49 PM |#3  
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I’m recently looking for Note 3 backup battery for my friend and had luckily come across posts reviewing nice batteries I assume made in china while searching on Google. I decided to buy one from mpj for my Google Nexus S first. Received the battery several day ago, did a calibration---used the battery till its empty then charge it from empty to full. Have to admit its unexpected good. With same dimensions like the stock but gives me several hours more before it died. I have been stuck with the original batteries for years but now I begin to trust the Chinese suppliers who I always had believed were scammers.

I just got a new battery for both my NS and my wifes NS, off ebay and they seem pretty good.. I can't say battery is better or worse than OEM, but better than our tired 2yr old batteries..
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Mine is almost dead and autonomy is very poor... You have a link ?
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Mine is almost dead and autonomy is very poor... You have a link ?

www.ebay.com there are so many to choose from and cheap!!

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11th December 2013, 06:03 PM |#6  
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Thx a lot
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Thx a lot

In my honest opinion, oem's are just as cheap as knock-off's and a new battery will still out perform your old one.. The ones to be weary of are the extended batteries that are the same size by "odd" makers.. Try this -here- it's only 9euros
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Ok. I also think OEM is better... I'll check your link, it's a french shop so perfect for me !
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Ok. I also think OEM is better... I'll check your link, it's a french shop so perfect for me !

I checked your country first..
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I got one like a year ago from Amazon and it was perfect. I would like a bigger one but there wasn't any by that time...is there some now? I would buy it if it is a big difference.

Good luck btw, be careful with scams man
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how much did you pay for your oem batteries from amazon and ebay?
when I see "new" "oem" for $ 4-5 I also see a few feedback claiming that the battery are not new (maybe related to other model of batteries)

I bought one for $ 7.50 from ebay, I will let you know about the quality if I unbrick my nexus S
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