Samsung Spare Replacement Battery for Galaxy Note 4 - £8.99 with Prime  £12.98 (Non Prime) (fulfilled by Amazon) (or £11.15 direct from Amazon)
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Samsung Spare Replacement Battery for Galaxy Note 4 - £8.99 with Prime £12.98 (Non Prime) (fulfilled by Amazon) (or £11.15 direct from Amazon)

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Found 26th Jun 2015
Two options for you here:

£8.99 for what's very probably a genuine Samsung Note 4 spare battery from Smart-Deals (fulfilled by Amazon)

or

£11.15 for what is without any doubt whatever a genuine Samsung Note 4 spare battery direct from Amazon themselves - and there's no way Amazon will be selling fakes

With the Official Samsung Galaxy Note 4 3220mAh standard battery, you can be sure to receive the same capacity as the original battery that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Whether you are interested in replacing the old battery that came with the phone, or simply interested in carrying a spare one, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Battery - 3220mAh is ideal. As a genuine Samsung product, compatibility can be guaranteed with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 3220mAh Standard Battery also carries a built in NFC chip. This feature allows the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to launch apps, connect to Bluetooth devices, change phone settings, send texts and much more using NFC technology.

Box Contains
Battery 3220 mAh Li-Ion

£11.15 direct from Amazon if you prefer to avoid Marketplace sellers

41 Comments

If it's a genuine battery seems to be a good price. Not sure how much it usually costs

Fake

It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99
trust me I went through several "genuine" replacement ones for my note 2 .They were worse than the one I needed replaced
eventually got Samsung customer service to recommend genuine suppliers and paid the full whack

Original Poster

desdan

It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through … It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through several "genuine" replacement ones for my note 2 .They were worse than the one I needed replacedeventually got Samsung customer service to recommend genuine suppliers and paid the full whack


Given that the ones Amazon themselves sell from the same page are only £10.88, and given also the feedback of the seller, I doubt that these are fake.

If you still have doubts, pay a couple of quid more and buy from Amazon.

desdan

It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through … It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through several "genuine" replacement ones for my note 2 .They were worse than the one I needed replacedeventually got Samsung customer service to recommend genuine suppliers and paid the full whack


I'm assuming you've heard of what we call 'Ostentatious Goods' right?.
Primark, & TK MAXX sell such goods next to nothing right? .. whereas the main 'Outlets' for the same stuffs (eg. at the Houses of Tommy Hilfiger, the Houses of Marks & Spenser, the Houses of Next, &/or the Houses of Calvin Klien, etc, etc ... ) do NOT! (& every one of them STILL makes their money?, so ..... )
Not everything is destined to spend £1Million on a Car, to only then be able to more appreciate both the practicle (& needless I dare say) 'economic' value of even say a Car costing only £20,000? (in direct comparison ... )
Not eveything has to kill your Pocket for u to be able to more fully appreciate the more humbler 'alternatives'? (especially as its from a reputable source, for a reputable company too ..... )
I personally find it 'interesting' (to say the very least?) when people are more then happy to waste more money then they genuinely need too for exactly the same '1-Product'? (Guarantee's/Warranties aside ..... )
Anywayzzzzzz its all good. :-)

desdan

It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through … It'll be fake... original costs about 27.99trust me I went through several "genuine" replacement ones for my note 2 .They were worse than the one I needed replacedeventually got Samsung customer service to recommend genuine suppliers and paid the full whack

this is fulfilled by Amazon so if it is a fake you can get a refund

I would go for the one sold directly by amazon @ £10.88

Also good price since its cheaper than 3rd party brand Anker for this.


Edited by: "DevilzGtr" 26th Jun 2015

Banned

Newbold

Given that the ones Amazon themselves sell from the same page are only … Given that the ones Amazon themselves sell from the same page are only £10.88, and given also the feedback of the seller, I doubt that these are fake.If you still have doubts, pay a couple of quid more and buy from Amazon.


FAKE

Don't forget it's handy for all the idiots who took the wrapper off because facebook told them the nfc antenna chip stole photo's off their phone!

I'd be suspicious of this battery , it comes without the original packaging, not saying they're fake - but I wouldn't want to burn out my £500 phone for the sakes of a bargain battery. It would be a very harsh lesson.

SLIM_JIM

I'd be suspicious of this battery , it comes without the original … I'd be suspicious of this battery , it comes without the original packaging, not saying they're fake - but I wouldn't want to burn out my £500 phone for the sakes of a bargain battery. It would be a very harsh lesson.



as above the cheap ones I got went roasting hot. so much so that I used to charge my phone overnight but couldn't do that with them as the phone got so hot I thought I'd wreck it or set the house on fire

totally undecided. great value , however would i use it .... battery life good lasts me most of the day on my note 4 (not fantastic) but i am a power user.... perhaps i should buy an external usb power brick at the price

Excellent, now i just need the rest of the phone

The only way to be certain of getting a legit battery is to buy the official Samsung battery charger.

SLIM_JIM

I'd be suspicious of this battery , it comes without the original … I'd be suspicious of this battery , it comes without the original packaging, not saying they're fake - but I wouldn't want to burn out my £500 phone for the sakes of a bargain battery. It would be a very harsh lesson.


Exactly my thoughts. I looked at these yesterday after taking delivery of my Note 4 and decided not to risk the few hundred quid I bought my phone for, for the sake of saving a few pounds on a reliable and safe spare battery!

Why wouldn't a genuine Samsung have the original packaging anyway? They aren't being sold as returns/refurbs and so I'm very suspicious.

I have an Anker spare for my Note 3 and it's been just as good as the original Samsung in performance and reliability.
Edited by: "leaston" 27th Jun 2015

I would recommend spending a little extra and buying an anker replacement battery instead. Cheaper than a genuine genuine battery, but at least as good.

To be honest I dubious of this including if bought direct from Amazon. There's so many fake Samsung batteries out there and we know that Amazon's supply chain isn't perfect as they've been found selling fake goods before. It's a shame that Samsung never appears bothered about making sure their genuine accessories are readily available.

I bought a replacement 'Samsung' battery for an S2 a few months ago and I found it very difficult to find a battery that was genuine. Thdere seems to be lots of 'genuine' Samsung batteries out there which look identical to the real thing but clearly are not.

Worse, it was almost impossible to tell from reviews to a given product whether a given battery was genuine or not - half of the reviews would say the battery was fantastic, the other half would say it was fake.

just to add. my note 2 battery died all time, after a few hours.
bought one of ebay from china and was rubbish. bought another on ebay from uk for about £4. and its perfect. maybe not for everyone, but helped me.

fahed2000

perhaps i should buy an external usb power brick at the price



Makes more sense IMPO.

ajavaid92

Cheaper from Amazon directly here: … Cheaper from Amazon directly here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-EB-BN910BBE-Original-Battery-Packaging/dp/B00VIK5DOY/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1435445528&sr=1-5&keywords=note+4+battery


You mean here
amazon.co.uk/gp/…new

tawse57

Makes more sense IMPO.


if you are constantly in need of extra juice for the phone hands down the battery wins however if the intended use is occasional then a usb power brick is more versatile. I am still tempted just because of the price ...

I'd rather pay extra to have the peace of mind from Amazon - Marketplace sellers are a risk, been stung with a fake before.

Amazon have been accused of selling fakes themselves not knowingly of course.But when you mix all those sellers stock together in the warehouse ,one of them has probably been duped into buying a fake.In my experience though Amazon do their best.

Fulfilled by Amazon = fake.

Flora82

I would recommend spending a little extra and buying an anker replacement … I would recommend spending a little extra and buying an anker replacement battery instead. Cheaper than a genuine genuine battery, but at least as good.


My experience has been less than complimentary with an Anker Note 2 battery. It started bulging and the case wouldn't fit on.

What is the battery life like on the note 4? I have a 3 and I just seem to be charging it constantly

condemmedman

What is the battery life like on the note 4? I have a 3 and I just seem … What is the battery life like on the note 4? I have a 3 and I just seem to be charging it constantly



I've got a note 4 and the battery life is terrible. Ultra power saving mode helps but it's estimated times until it dies are utter bs.

Battery life was fantastic when I first got it. It didn't matter how much I used it, there would always be at least 15% left at the end of the day, usually closer to 30%. Since upgrading to Lollipop that's no longer true - it seems to drain much more quickly. Even tried factory resetting it, but no change. Never thought I'd need to invest in a second battery for this phone

Take a look at the Zerolemon 10 000mah battery. It turns your Note 4 into a brick but lasts 3 times longer than a standard battery

Banned

Take a look at the Zerolemon 10 000mah battery. It turns your Note 4 into … Take a look at the Zerolemon 10 000mah battery. It turns your Note 4 into a brick but lasts 3 times longer than a standard battery


And with 3 times more swag.

Two options for you here:£8.99 for what's very probably a genuine Samsung … Two options for you here:£8.99 for what's very probably a genuine Samsung Note 4 spare battery from Smart-Deals (fulfilled by Amazon)


very probably???????????????????????????
50/50 then?
Edited by: "pig69er" 28th Jun 2015

I hammer my Note 4 most days. I usually take it off charge around 8am and I have 30%+ battery left at 8pm. That's after a fair few hours of internet browsing (mixed on Wi-Fi and 3G) a bit of calling, maybe around 30 mins a day and a bit of texting (15ish a day).
I switch Wi-Fi off when I'm out of range, but leave Bluetooth on permanently as I have a Pebble Time smartwatch
With use/battery life like that I couldn't be happier!
The Pebble notifies me of SMS, emails etc. I reckon it saves me a lot of battery life daily as I'm not lighting up the Note 4 screen every time it beeps and buzzes because the Pebble Time tells me what just happened. I also use it to reply to SMS which is great

don't mistake the NFC chip tag for a camera....jeez some people!

strangequirk

Battery life was fantastic when I first got it. It didn't matter how much … Battery life was fantastic when I first got it. It didn't matter how much I used it, there would always be at least 15% left at the end of the day, usually closer to 30%. Since upgrading to Lollipop that's no longer true - it seems to drain much more quickly. Even tried factory resetting it, but no change. Never thought I'd need to invest in a second battery for this phone



Exactly the same here, used to be 48 hours with 5 hours of screen on time, long gone are those days. it still lasts me a good day but annoys me that battery has gone backwards with updates!

anewman

My experience has been less than complimentary with an Anker Note 2 … My experience has been less than complimentary with an Anker Note 2 battery. It started bulging and the case wouldn't fit on.


One of the reason that some replacement or fake batteries are no good is that standard lithium-ion is rated at a maximum of 4.2v whereas Samsung (and others) go up to 4.4v because they use a special chemistry to increase capacity. Problem is that if you charge a standard 4.2v cell to 4.4v it will release gas which causes it to swell and go bad quickly. It's quite dangerous really.

condemmedman

What is the battery life like on the note 4? I have a 3 and I just seem … What is the battery life like on the note 4? I have a 3 and I just seem to be charging it constantly


I've just upgraded from 3 to 4 and it seems to be about the same. That the Note 4 has the rapid charger does make a big difference. There's a good app to monitor your battery usage, which apps are draining it and by how much.....
GSam Battery Monitor - This has helped me out a few times.

I wonder if you can buy a zero lemon battery for note 3 or 4? Got one for my Note 2 and can go 3 days without charge, though the big downside is it won't charge from empty to full overnight.

amour3k

I'm assuming you've heard of what we call 'Ostentatious Goods' … I'm assuming you've heard of what we call 'Ostentatious Goods' right?.Primark, & TK MAXX sell such goods next to nothing right? .. whereas the main 'Outlets' for the same stuffs (eg. at the Houses of Tommy Hilfiger, the Houses of Marks & Spenser, the Houses of Next, &/or the Houses of Calvin Klien, etc, etc ... ) do NOT! (& every one of them STILL makes their money?, so ..... )Not everything is destined to spend £1Million on a Car, to only then be able to more appreciate both the practicle (& needless I dare say) 'economic' value of even say a Car costing only £20,000? (in direct comparison ... )Not eveything has to kill your Pocket for u to be able to more fully appreciate the more humbler 'alternatives'? (especially as its from a reputable source, for a reputable company too ..... )I personally find it 'interesting' (to say the very least?) when people are more then happy to waste more money then they genuinely need too for exactly the same '1-Product'? (Guarantee's/Warranties aside ..... )Anywayzzzzzz its all good. :-)

what are you on..?
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