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Batteries for Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phone

For many people, a short battery life on our Samsung Galaxy smartphone can cause serious problems and irritations. Batteries deteriorate over time as they are designed to withstand a set number of battery draining cycles. To keep using your phone and make sure that the life of your phone can last for as long as you need it, you may need to purchase replacement batteries for Samsung Galaxy S mobile phones.

How To Increase Your Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phone Battery Life

While most new phones won't let users replace batteries in their phone anymore, the Samsung Galaxy range, up to the Galaxy S5 allow users to replace their own battery, which means that you can purchase aftermarket replacement batteries that are larger and that will last longer than your regular battery.

You can also increase the life of your battery by adding a battery pack to the back of your phone, but this will make your phone much larger and heavier. If you want your phone to remain the same sleek and slim-fitting size, consider replacing the battery to an aftermarket new battery.

Considerations When Changing Your Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phone Battery

One of the biggest issues when replacing the battery comes when people take the back case off. Be careful when you are prising the case apart and take advantage of the divots and notches available for your fingernail or plastic opening tools.

As some phones don't include a screw on the case to secure it, they may use a compression force which makes opening the case difficult. Use a careful and gentle technique to prise the case apart and don't apply too much force as you can force the case to crack, which will be another expense.

While some batteries may be the same for different Samsung Galaxy S models, it is wise to check that the battery you are purchasing is definitely compatible with your exact phone model. There are many different phones in the Samsung Galaxy S range, and you want to make sure that you purchase the right battery for your exact model of phone.

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