Pre-order a Samsung extended 3000mAh battery for the Samsung Galaxy S III in the U.K.
0. phoneArena 18 Dec 2012, 16:57 posted on
For those rockin' the Samsung Galaxy S III and require longer battery life, you can now purchase a 3000mAh cell made by the Korean based manufacturer; the battery is priced at 39.99 GBP ($65 USD) and the kit also comes with a replacement cover in white or blue to cover the larger size of the cell, with an embedded NFC chip...
This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here
2. nyamo (Posts: 274; Member since: 19 Mar 2011)
again... i understand that you can make more money selling extended batteries seperately but why don't they ship with these size batteries standard. or at least release on a more timely manner. considering the GS3 launched in what, May
3. deago78 (Posts: 156; Member since: 08 Oct 2009)
How much is the added thickness? That's the only information I'm interested in.
4. Ninetysix (Posts: 1363; Member since: 08 Oct 2012)
With this extended battery, the S3 will finally last as long as the iPhone5. Well...maybe?
edit: click on expand to see all the phones including the S3.
5. Rocksteady (Posts: 196; Member since: 29 Apr 2012)
Says who?! Get your information right before you open your mouth to speak.
there you go troll:
7. nyuvo (Posts: 72; Member since: 10 May 2012)
You do realise that the iPhone 5 only beat the s3 at web browsing in the gsmarena link with the galaxy s3 having a much greater talk time and equal video time.
Also contemplate this.. After a year of owning an iPhone5 and a s3 their batteries will have gone through potentially 300 cycles. This has a major effect on the battery life and the s3's battery can simply be repalced or upgraded in this case.
8. dmakun (Posts: 141; Member since: 06 Jun 2011)
Good point you're making here. How I wish HTC were smart enough to realise this too. It explains why they are doing so poorly compared to Samsung today unlike 2 years back with the desire series without the unibody ideas that's got so excited to compromise design over functionality.
9. JC557 (Posts: 848; Member since: 07 Dec 2011)
So basically a phone with a smaller display and lighter multi-tasking abilities will beat out a larger phone doing more... only in web browsing. Shocking!