There are many mobile phone replacement batteries available on the market, some are better than others. Here we look at some options there.
There are basically four types of mobile phone battery:
o Nickel Cadmium Battery (NiCd): These are the oldest mobile phone batteries. To counteract the "memory effect" problem, which reduces battery life, you must fully recharge before recharging. This naturally requires more time and reduces the efficiency of your mobile phone.
o Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries (NiMH): Developed in the 1990s. These batteries are more efficient than the NiCd type. Although there is some memory effect, they are charged faster than NiCd, and battery life is up to twice that.
Lithium Ion Batteries (Li-Ion): Lithium-ion batteries are now the most popular cellular phone batteries. Fewer than NiMH, they do not feel the memory effect and 30% longer lifespan.
o Lithium Polymer Battery (Li-Poly): This is the latest mobile battery technology in the market. Li-Poly batteries make it possible to use the most compact mobile phones and have more than twice the lifetime of lithium-ion batteries.
It is important that your chosen battery is compatible with your mobile phone. This is always recommended by the mobile phone manufacturer and is the best way to keep battery and phone running at optimum performance.
Unfortunately, accidents have occurred where mobile phones exploded and caused damage due to overheating and poor quality batteries. There are many low-quality batteries, actually a fraudulent copy of the brand of mobile phone batteries.
Companies such as Nokia, Samsung and Motorola are among the many brands that these cheap mobile phones have copied.
In its 2003 article on battery safety issues and prevention, Nokia discusses the growing market for fraudulent elements. He notes that Nokia customers have reached thirty-forty battery explosions. In these cases, the battery concerned is not an original item or a fraudulent copy of the Nokia mobile phone battery.
Nokia will continue to inform the reader of some signs to take care of when buying a replacement mobile phone battery. Look at the tag. Is this curve? Have you forgotten the words? Do the words "Made in China" appear on the label? If the answer to these questions is "yes", the battery is almost certainly false.
The safest way to replace your mobile phone battery is the manufacturer or an authorized reseller. Otherwise, you have to make it yourself and even anyone else who can access your mobile phone at the expense of a low-quality battery that can potentially have dangerous consequences. So the time has come for the loyal communications assistant to get a new life – or at least a replacement mobile phone battery.
To be able to open communication lines, choose wisely.