Samsung 2100mAh Battery (Frustration Free Packaging) £12.31 Sold Amazon

Samsung 2100mAh Battery (Frustration Free Packaging) £12.31 Sold Amazon

Found 14th Sep 2014
Product Description
Product Description
Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) replacement battery from Samsung is always guaranteed to charge to the optimum level. The battery case moulding is elegantly styled and great care has been taken to ensure that the design from the original handset is matched. This replacement battery has been manufactured using only the highest quality cells.
Product Description
Compatible with: Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300), Galaxy S3 LTE (GT-I9305). battery-type: EB-L1G6LLUCSTD. Dimensions: ca. 63 x 50,5 x 5 mm. Capacity: 2100 mAh.

Long stand-by and conversation duration
With the maximum capacity for this type of rechargeable battery!
High quality battery cells with long service life
Precision production
Replacement for the original rechargeable batteries of the models listed above
Can be charged using any charger suitable for the device
No memory effect
Protection from overloading/overheating/short circuiting
Maximum possible safety!

For Samsung S3/LTE.
- kos1c
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Might want to add it's for the S3 in your title
hmmm wonder what the chances of this being real. I bought an Anker battery due to too many fakes.
No idea where you got that price-the link is to a completely different seller and different prices.
Just out of interest, how would you check if this is genuine?
Item is fake looking at the reviews of the batteries sold he this seller
I would also go for the Anker over this and its cheaper…6PK just cant be sure these days if a battery is fake or not, i got a battery for my note 2 off Amazon warehouse and it was fake so when the other half needed a battery for her s4 i got her an Anker and its better than original.
Edited by: "teabag36" 15th Sep 2014
I followed the following youtube video and found that my Galaxy Ace battery was a fake.…Ns0. I challenged the supplier and got a replacement which appeared to be genuine. As I can tell the key thins that shout fake are the material used to make the label (you see this from the reverse of the label) and the marking on the battery underneath the label. I hope this helps.
I don't have any other devices to test it with but one thing I do know is that the fake batteries wont let you use NFC
I've expired this as the link still goes to a "fake" product from a different Amazon seller at a different price
Have you tested the actual capacity of that battery?

These don't get a great write up - this is just one of the posts I've just read...

Edited by: "woldranger" 15th Sep 2014

Have you tested the actual capacity of that battery?

Yes, the house fire was on the news lol. Buy cheap fake imports at your own risk as it's going to go only one way!
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