Extra Battery for your S3 with NFC

Discussion in 'Galaxy S3 Accessories' started by cybertec69, Jul 19, 2012.

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    And lets say the batteries are only 2100 mAh, does that make them bad, really, for the money, you can't go wrong. And I just love all this detective work, looks like in this court of law all suspects are guilty before proven innocent, LOL.:icon_ devil:

    On a side note, I have bought hundreds of items on Amazon, and have done maybe two reviews on products on Amazon, does that make me a fake, LOL.
     
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    bsweetness is right. I've left many reviews on amazon myself over the years. However for this particular item at least 18 of the reviewers have not reviewed any other products. This is very suspect for an off brand product in such a short time.
    Regardless, once anyone here confirms that the NFC actually works I'll be picking up a set! It's true that these off brands don't always hold as much charge, but that's not a big deal for the price.
     
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    Well here is the companies website, head over and ask them, I will be putting them through their paces once I receive them, how bad can they be, at least it's not some eBay "2 for $10 with charger:biggrin:, and you should have it in a month, as we are currently putting it together:blink:" Chinese brand that was build in some shack with no company to back it up, not saying these were not build in some Chinese shack:biggrin:, Qcell | Accessories
     
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    I say don't buy it if you don't want to. Go for the OEM battery and be safe. I just don't understand tearing down a post for a product the you know nothing about.
     
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    Nobody's tearing down any posts, it's just common sense to wait for a review from those here who have already ordered and said they will report on it, and then we avoid the hassle of returning an item.
     
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    I agree, the reviews are suspicious, but I bought them anyway. I'm not sure I will ever use NFC, but I'll try it out and let you know if they work, and how long they last.
     
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    I am positive that I would never use NFC. All I want is a good strong battery that last all day.
     
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    I received mine today. First thing to note, it says 3.7v vs. Samsung OEM 3.8v. No mah printed on the battery. Ill cycle it twice then do a side by side comparison from 100% ....my g/f's phone vs. Mine, streaming the same long YouTube video over 4g for 15-20 minutes.
     
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    Hmm, using the app "Disp Battery Information", my phone with the qCell is reading 3.55v on average. My g/f's phone is reading 3.88v.

    Both phones are setup the same and have everything off except data (4G).

    Edit...so the phone was running hot and air couldn't get a 4g signal even thtough the other phone was steady 4g. I even cycled mobile data a couple times. The battery temp was actually OK... I might try the other battery...but I'll probably return them. Might be all in my head though...
     
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    My Samsung battery reads 4.357v. Plugged into charger, and 4.25v not plugged into charger.
     
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    Just received them, will put them through the paces, results in a couple of days, everything good so far, voltage seems to be the same as stock Samsung battery.
     
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