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Samsung OEM 1800mAh EB625152VA Standard Battery for Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch d710 for Sprint
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- Samsung OEM 1800mAh Standard Battery for Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch d710.
- Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery.
- No memory effect.
- Capacity: 1800mAh / 3.7V
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Samsung uses the latest Lithium Ion battery technology giving you the best performance possible. Lithium Ion batteries are designed specifically for your Samsung Galaxy II Epic Touch 4G D710 and Samsung Galaxy S II R760 phone models to deliver the most reliable and long lasting power. Full battery performance is achieved only after 2-3 charging and discharging cycles have been completed. It is recommended to fully drain and fully charge the battery especially during the first 3 charging and discharging cycles, doing so may greatly improve the overall life of the battery. Battery Specs. Capacity: 1800 mah. Battery type: Lithium Ion, Voltage: 3. 7V Li-ion. OEM Part Number: EB625152VA / EB625152VABSTD / EB625152VABST / EB625152VAB / EB625152VU.
Top customer reviews
Seriously thrilled I bought this, not one issue with my phone anymore, and now, with normal usage, I'm getting 2+ full days of usage between charges.
Lesson learned though. I don't plug in my phone unless it tells me to, and I don't unplug unless it's fully charged.
If you're have issues, this is def a nice alternative to try out rather than taking it in.
So, my phone & Samsung charger may be 'fried'. I discarded my charger and purchased a new one (not through Amazon suppliers). I ordered a backup cell phone from Virgin Mobile to use in case I can no longer use this phone. I now charge my phone with it turned off and only turn phone on when I'm using it for SHORT calls and to check for missed calls and texts. Bummer!
I am not going to return this battery for refund because I don't want it 'frying' another unsuspecting person's phone. Of course, I am now hesitant about ordering electronics from Amazon's vendors.
First off, it arrived postage due but seller refunded that and they were really nice!
Different phone carriers have the SAME phone model but they take DIFFERENT batteries. Take out your battery and look at the REAL model of your phone: D-710 will work.
So, in my pocket my phone would die after 6 hours. I did the battery reset trick to get it to last 8 hours: run battery until phone dies. Remove battery and stick it back in then start the phone. It will die again. Repeat until phone doesn't even boot up. With the phone off and battery in plug out into the charger as usual. I did this a few days in a row.
Next i went to the homescreen and swooshed down from the top. Click on the settings gear upper right. Go to devices / power savings and turn it on and make sure to checkmark CPU Power Savings. I checked everything and the only difference in my phone was that i was at 85% battery after 9 hours at work.
My battery was 5 years old. This new one is at 73% after 12 hours in my pocket; and i haven't done the battery reset trick yet since i haven't had time.
Nice battery and nice seller.
Update: I had the phone in my jacket pocket for 27 hours and out only went down to 67%! That's way better than the best of my three old batteries that would be 0% after 9 hours.
The battery in my phone was not original. At some point I had utilized the US Cellular (now defunct) battery swap program at one of their stores to get a freshly charged battery, so who knows how much abuse the battery had received prior to me receiving it. A few months ago, I noticed decreasing battery life and the occasional screen flicker followed by a crash. A couple weeks ago this became an every day occurrence whenever I would play games, and eventually the phone couldn't be on for more than 5 minutes without it happening. The phone would only function normally while connected to a charger. The battery was noticeably bulging and was giving off a pretty strong odor. I've read that this could be the result of heat damage, but I don't leave my phone sitting on my dashboard or put it inside of my oven. I did occasionally plug my phone into my Nexus 7 charger which does provide more juice. This is something I don't plan to do again in case that was the reason why my battery was damaged.
The battery from Amazon arrived in a simple plastic wrapper inside of a small, form-fitting box. It appears to be the exact same as the battery in my phone - minus the bulge and smell. There are no apparent signs of previous use. I installed the new battery in my phone and it powered up right away. The phone showed 48% charge, which is what I was expecting since everyone says to store most batteries as close to 50% power as possible.
I charged the battery up to full power which only took around an hour per my expectations. Battery drain after that appears normal. Playing some games, checking Facebook/emails, and downloading a few apps didn't appear to drain the battery beyond my memory of "normal" use from when my phone was new.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase. Everything about this being a genuine 1800mAh Samsung battery appears to be true. Since a new battery for the S2 from Batteries Plus is $40, this was a very cheap way to bring my phone back from the brink of death. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because of what happened to the original battery. I will update this review if something should go wrong, but I don't see why that would be the case.