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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Note 2' started by airazona, Dec 6, 2012.
let us know how it does. im curious
yes...pls...those...Gold" 4200 batteries have a lot of bids on ebay upwards of twenty dollars...cant find em on Scamazon.
...oops..i mean ...amazon.com.
found Gold 3500 there:
http://www.amazon.com/3500mAh-Capac...eywords=Gold "4200" battery for Galaxy Note 2
but like you said the reviews are LESS than spectacular!!!
For the sake of saving money and the headache why not just buy a spare battery and charger from Samsung. You know it is proven and the chances of you ever needing will be rare. How often are we on our phones 24 hours+ and not able to charge the phone . For me rare ie natural disaster, power outage etc.
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2X New Gold 4200mAh High Capacity Battery for Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 | eBay
gh2 4200mAH batt.
[during Hurricane Sandy ...betcha many people wish they had one...2 hurrianes in 2 years...??..]
....now lets see how many hours that guy gets with it...?...
I bought two battery /chargers for half off, at least that's 6or so days w/o power
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where?...link ...if u have one pls...ty
Just www.samsung.com I registered my device and they sent me a coupon code for half off anything for my phone
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thx...i dont have the gn2 yet...i will wait to get these items.... got 5 NFC's, blk leather waist holster, and a white thin case ready
Wow! The battery world has gone beserk! Look on Amazon for extended battery for the Galaxy Note 2 and you might get 2000 listings. The highest I saw was an unbelievable 7600 mah. And this for about $23 including the expanded back cover. There were tons of batteries in the 6200-6500 range. I am currently using the "Gold" 4200 mah battery that fits within the original case. I have since read several postings alleging that these were phony batteries no better than the original 3100oem and possibly even dangerous. The 7600 battery was unbranded so I was hesitant. Instead I went with the Onite 6500 which I checked and does in fact have the NFC thingie on the supplied expanded cover. Some of the others did not have the NFC. Getting back to my "Gold" I haven't smelt any smoke or seen any fires. It has now been about 30 hours since I last charged it and have used it moderately including as a remote control for a helicopter(another issue). BL, after 30 hours there is still 45% left. I may wait until tonight to see where its at. I don't know how long the stock battery lasts. Some day I'll have to try it.
You have never really tested how long the stock batt went to?????????:happy3:
Why so many question marks?
You can't believe I never definitively ran absolute tests on the different batteries? Hey! I have a life outside of testing cell phone batteries. Job. Family. Fiscal Cliff. Maybe I'll stay home New Year's eve and get your your results. Have a happy holiday!