anker 2200mah samsung galaxy s3 replacement battery £7.99  del Sold by LaptopMateUK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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anker 2200mah samsung galaxy s3 replacement battery £7.99 del Sold by LaptopMateUK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 30th Jun 2012
for me these are better than stock sammy batteries i usually find a 20% improvement over stock

High quality battery for Samsung Galaxy SIII/Galaxy S3/Galaxy GT-I9300 (full list below).
Type: Li - ion battery; Voltage: 4.35V; Capacity: 2200mAh, more than 500 charge cycles.
Built-in protection circuit to assure safety under all circumstances.
Anker cell phone batteries use Grade A cells and other highest quality raw materials.
Package includes: 1 pc cell phone battery,1 pc User's Manual. - 1 year warranty.
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cheers whoever tidied my listing up holsten pils doesnt help
Any proof that it does last longer? Half the time these batteries are labelled more but have same or less performance
Good price, although if you want to use NFC only originals will do
bigup

Any proof that it does last longer? Half the time these batteries are … Any proof that it does last longer? Half the time these batteries are labelled more but have same or less performance


buy 1 you wont regret it ,im speaking from experience they are my first accessory on my hitlist every time i agree on the cheap gold ebay batts but these are great batteries
Obsessionfatale

Good price, although if you want to use NFC only originals will do


correct but nfc in the uk is neither use nor ornament presently
bought 1600mAh Anker to replace stock 1300mAh in my HTC and there is absolutely no gain.

but, it works.

Obsessionfatale

Good price, although if you want to use NFC only originals will do



You can use NFC between two s3's. S-beam uses NFC. So I wouldn't say it's useless.
Edited by: "Obsessionfatale" 30th Jun 2012
will this work for s2?
The Anker battery in my S2 makes a big difference, this is worth a punt.
I do not have an issue with battery life with my S3, it is phenomenally better than my previous Android phone.
I've got an Anker battery in my S1 and it seems to be better than the original battery (probably because I damaged the original battery by charging it before it had fully drained...)

Was about to buy an Anker battery for the S2 but the reviews appear to be mixed so given it a miss. The Samsung extended battery has good reviews - the one with the back cover
Edited by: "tig" 30th Jun 2012
Darn you beat me to it. Earlier in the week they were yet to come into stock. Guess these will fly out for those who trust the anker brand. My S2 anker s are fine. Hope there is a charger to go with these also. Heat added
amazon.co.uk/220…1-7
Amazon also do the Saner brand battery for the same price. My wife has one of the saner's in her Galaxy Ace. Seem to be as good as the Ankers IMHO.
I've got one of these batteries for my Xperia ray, thought it might outperform the original. Same capacity, same performance. Doesn't smell as much though. X)
I got a 2300mAh one on ebay for £4.95. Made by MPJ (whoever they are). Seemed to be better than stock battery so far. Cold from me I'm afraid.

Adrian
twodoctors

I got a 2300mAh one on ebay for £4.95. Made by MPJ (whoever they are). … I got a 2300mAh one on ebay for £4.95. Made by MPJ (whoever they are). Seemed to be better than stock battery so far. Cold from me I'm afraid.Adrian


i bet if you peel of the gold front underneath it will say 1600 or 1800 mah its well known
I bought 1900mah for my htc sensation and my phone lasts all, if you are a medium to heavy user this is a must have, thourghly recomended
I bought 1900mah for my htc sensation and my phone lasts all, if you are a medium to heavy user this is a must have, thourghly recomended
Can anyone provide a logical explanation for how a replacement battery can have more capacity than an original? The only thing I can think of is that it allows itself to be discharged further, thus shortening its life.
I bought an Anker battery for my Sensation and it improved my battery life by at least 30%. This is worth it for a second or even primary battery.
tig

I've got an Anker battery in my S1 and it seems to be better than the … I've got an Anker battery in my S1 and it seems to be better than the original battery (probably because I damaged the original battery by charging it before it had fully drained...)



LOL no.
I can also vouch for these batteries. Had Anker ones in my Desire Z and not I'm my EVO 3D. They definitely out perform the stock ones, which is quite surprising given the price of these. Be in no doubt that these are definitely not cheap over-rated knock off batteries.
I also bought an Anker battery for my OH's HTC Sensation and the thing now lasts for at least 1.5 - 2 days now. So I deffo recommend this brand.
pibpob

Can anyone provide a logical explanation for how a replacement battery … Can anyone provide a logical explanation for how a replacement battery can have more capacity than an original? The only thing I can think of is that it allows itself to be discharged further, thus shortening its life.



Really? It's like if you go to the pound shop and buy their cheapest AA batteries for a device and then the best AA batteries from a much more reputable brand with higher storage capacity they will last much longer in the exact same device. If it can be made cheap they will cut that corner to save money. All the batteries were probably made over 6 months ago, there will be slightly advances in the technology and reductions in cost between the originals being made and the better replacements being released. At least Samsung give the option for the user to replace the battery right enough. I just wish they'd give a better one to start with and not skimp out.
No, it's not like that at all. Why would Samsung supply "pound shop" batteries when the price of the battery is such a tiny proportion of the price of the phone, and battery life is a key selling point?
I had an Anker battery for my Galaxy S II which did give about 15-20% increase in battery life but that was going from 1650mah to 1900mh, which is an extra 15% capacity, this battery is going from 2100mah to 2200mah which is only an extra 5ish% increase and you lose NFC.

Buying to replace standard battery - not a chance, but as a spare battery i'd consider it.
pibpob

No, it's not like that at all. Why would Samsung supply "pound shop" … No, it's not like that at all. Why would Samsung supply "pound shop" batteries when the price of the battery is such a tiny proportion of the price of the phone, and battery life is a key selling point?


I was just using that as an example when mentioning pound shop batteries. There's no point in asking me why again since I've already given the very likely reasons.
And also a very small amount of space in the original battery will likely be taken up by the NFC chip which these aftermarket batteries won't have.
abx

I was just using that as an example when mentioning pound shop batteries. … I was just using that as an example when mentioning pound shop batteries. There's no point in asking me why again since I've already given the very likely reasons.


I asked for a logical explanation and I didn't get one.
abx

And also a very small amount of space in the original battery will likely … And also a very small amount of space in the original battery will likely be taken up by the NFC chip which these aftermarket batteries won't have.


Ah, now that is a convincing reason for the extra capacity.
abx

I was just using that as an example when mentioning pound shop … I was just using that as an example when mentioning pound shop batteries. There's no point in asking me why again since I've already given the very likely reasons.

abx

And also a very small amount of space in the original battery will … And also a very small amount of space in the original battery will likely be taken up by the NFC chip which these aftermarket batteries won't have.



I should have said that first. but the other reasons are still somewhat valid but less so now I guess since smartphone manufacturers want to claim better battery life so yes they may be less likely to skimp out but the technology does still get better over time.
3.99 delivery :-(?
Taylor1892

3.99 delivery :-(?


no its free super saver delivery
Got two tanker batteries for my HTC sensation from amazon with a wall charger for £15. There is a marked improvement on the original only got a day if I was lucky out of it. With the anker I get about two days from it
Got two tanker batteries for my HTC sensation from amazon with a wall charger for £15. There is a marked improvement on the original only got a day if I was lucky out of it. With the anker I get about two days from it
Bought this make of battery last week because previously had one in my s2 & it performed very well.
NFC issues aside, this is a battery you can buy with confidence & will not be disappointed.
Horrorwood

LOL no.





The original Samsung was brilliant as I always let it drain and then charge up fully until I started charging it when it was say 25% left.

Would this work in a Galaxy Note GT-N7000?

EDIT: Actually ignore that question, I managed to find the Note version listed seperately and oddly enough it's also cheaper.

amazon.co.uk/Ank…1-1
Edited by: "Spark" 10th Jul 2012
I got a genuine Samsung battery for £15. At that price why bother with this?
now £7.99
pds2208

I got a genuine Samsung battery for £15. At that price why bother with … I got a genuine Samsung battery for £15. At that price why bother with this?


because the anker lasts longer and its a lot cheaper
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