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3000-4999mAh Mobile Phone Batteries for Sony Xperia Z3

Founded in 2001, Sony Mobile (previously known as Sony Ericsson Mobile) is a subsidiary of electronics giant, Sony Corporation. The company's experience with high quality consumer electronics has helped it to establish a solid reputation for mobile communications and its smartphones are popular worldwide. When the long life Li-Ion 3100 mAh battery is eventually depleted, replacement 3000-4999mAh mobile phone batteries for Sony Xperia Z3 are a great alternative to a new handset.

The Sony Xperia Z3

The Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone boasts an impressive battery life of up to 16 hours talk time or up to 920 hours standby. It also has a STAMINA mode for automatic power saving adjustments, making it easy for users to save precious power when it matters. So it comes as no surprise that Sony Xperia Z3 users have high expectations for their device. They want a handset that will last well between charges, even with frequent use.

But, while the phone battery outperforms much of the competition, as with all smartphones, the quality of Sony Xperia Z3 mobile phone batteries will decline over time, albeit a longer period of time than other batteries.

Replacing Sony Xperia Z3 mobile phone batteries

Replacement 3000-4999mAh mobile phone batteries for Sony Xperia Z3 are an affordable way of breathing a new lease of life into an older or under performing device.

Replacing the battery only has the obvious advantage of being much more budget friendly than buying a new phone, which is perfect if it's only the battery that's causing problems and everything else is working well.

Maximising Sony Xperia Z3 mobile phone battery life

The Sony Xperia Z3 is designed for maximum battery performance. It is built with technology that optimises power use between charges and increases the battery's overall lifespan. The STAMINA mode, which has three different levels, allows users to automatically adjust their settings to make the most of every last drop of battery power.

Of course, users can also adopt the same power saving approaches as other smartphone users too, including reducing screen brightness, disabling background apps and disabling vibrating calls and alerts.

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