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By selfade, Junior Member on 20th July 2011, 11:47 PM
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I`ve just found this:
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Mugen Power 3400mAh Extended Battery for LG Optimus Black P970 / DOCOMO LG Optimus Bright [HLI-P970XL]
Looks promising, capacity is more than double

Do you thik it will make phone thicker?
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21st July 2011, 09:15 AM |#2  
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Yes, the phone will be thicker.
If you look at Mugen direktly (first hit on google) there will be extra shells shipped with the accu. If you close enough at the picture you will see a little pit at the camera spot. I assume it will be about 5 mm thicker or so.

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24th August 2011, 05:02 PM |#3  
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I`ve just found this:
(can`t post link yet, so google it)
Mugen Power 3400mAh Extended Battery for LG Optimus Black P970 / DOCOMO LG Optimus Bright [HLI-P970XL]
Looks promising, capacity is more than double

Do you thik it will make phone thicker?

I really like the look of this extended battery. Since the phone is already so thin I don't think an extended battery will make as big of a difference as it does with other phones. My only issue is the $100 price tag. Hopefully there'll be more options by the time this phone hits the USA, specifically VMU.

http://www.mugen-power-batteries.com...us-bright.html

http://www.mugen-power-batteries.com...lack-p970.html

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21st September 2011, 10:10 PM |#4  
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2nd October 2011, 07:14 PM |#5  
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There is a highly reputable, reliable and respected seller on ebay from whom I have bought many items (but not batteries). They are selling high capacity, japanese batteries for a reasonable price.

Go onto ebay and search for 'Gold 2430MAH battery optimus black'

I emailed them regarding the quality of the batteries and the price and basically their answer was that they have an excellent feedback score on almost all batteries they have sold and the price is good because they get it straight from the factory.

I have ordered a set and will report on it after some use
2nd October 2011, 11:10 PM |#6  
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I have ordered a set and will report on it after some use

There are no miracles in that area, there's no physical possibility of having such a big capacity in such a small form.
This is more than 100% fake.
Waiting for your confirmation.

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3rd October 2011, 04:19 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by umz_786

There is a highly reputable, reliable and respected seller on ebay from whom I have bought many items (but not batteries). They are selling high capacity, japanese batteries for a reasonable price.

Go onto ebay and search for 'Gold 2430MAH battery optimus black'

I emailed them regarding the quality of the batteries and the price and basically their answer was that they have an excellent feedback score on almost all batteries they have sold and the price is good because they get it straight from the factory.

I have ordered a set and will report on it after some use

i was thinking about buying one too. so tell feedback when u got then and try =).
4th October 2011, 04:43 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by umz_786

There is a highly reputable, reliable and respected seller on ebay from whom I have bought many items (but not batteries). They are selling high capacity, japanese batteries for a reasonable price.

toolhaus.org/cgi-bin/neg90?User=e_cell&Days=30 (copy this link)
Here you can find users feedback about those batteries. All of them are fake. Higher capacity requires larger size so only Mugen batteries are not fake.
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Where would you say is reliable to get a new battery then? To pay 30gbp for a mugen battery is too much I think

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5th October 2011, 11:01 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by umz_786

Where would you say is reliable to get a new battery then? To pay 30gbp for a mugen battery is too much I think

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If you need new battery - buy original one, if you need longer time, think rather of buying good 5v charger. The one for P970 is 4.8v, and some of polish lg users claim that 5v extends battery live. Think of some original microUsb charger, eg.Nokia.

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11th October 2011, 01:54 PM |#11  
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Where would you say is reliable to get a new battery then? To pay 30gbp for a mugen battery is too much I think

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I think, if you need a good product, then it's normal to pay a good price. Besides, Mugen has great customer support on Facebook http://facebook.com/mugenpowerbatteries and Twitter and through their website. They changed 1 battery for me already without issues. I rather pay a 100$ and know that I can change the battery if it does not work, rather than buying a bulk of useless junk on eBay for 10$...same goes with any other product - you can buy cheep shows and throw them away in a month, or buy good ones and wear for a year.
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