What is the difference between an OEM cell phone battery and DuracellDirect's cell phone batteries?
DuracellDirect sells aftermarket Audiovox cell phone batteries that come with a one year warranty, and they all pass
various safety certifications tests. Our replacement cell phone batteries will either meet or exceed OEM specifications.
Usually, aftermarket batteries have a better build quality and are more durable, making them outlast OEM batteries and
giving them an advantage.
What different types of Audiovox cell phone batteries are there?
Our replacement Audiovox cell phone batteries contain cells of one of four types: Li-Ion (Lithium Ion), Li-Poly
(Lithium Polymer), NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride), or Ni-Cad (Nickel Cadmium). Each cell phone battery type may have
slight advantages and disadvantages over the others, such as total life span, life per charge, charge time, stability,
weight, and size; however, each type of battery cell has been widely accepted when creating cell phone batteries.
Why do Audiovox cell phone batteries have different capacities?
Audiovox cell phone battery capacity is measured in milliampere-hour, represented by “mAh”. There are many factors
that could change the capacity: voltage, wattage, type, and even current condition. Cell phone batteries of the same
type, but different capacities could attribute the change from each cell containing more electrolyte and electrode
material. Typically, larger cell phone batteries will have a higher capacity, thus lasting longer than smaller cell
phone batteries of the same chemistry type.
How long will my Audiovox cellular phone battery last?
Our replacement Audiovox cellular phone batteries will last for several hours of constant use. The time it takes to
charge them, however, can be up to three hours, with possibly 80% capacity being reached just within the first hour of
charging. Audiovox cellular phone batteries usually have a total life span of two to three years, or 500 discharge /
Customers should note that these are only averages, and are very susceptible to change depending on numerous
circumstances, such as the condition of the cellular phone battery, the initial capacity when charging, and how much
use the cellular phone gets.
How safe are these Audiovox cell phone batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Audiovox battery?
DuracellDirect’s aftermarket Audiovox cell phone batteries, along with our other products such as chargers, are tested
vigorously and attain several safety certifications, including RoHS, CE, UL, and FCC.
Even after being tested and passing safety qualifications, there is always a chance for cell phone batteries to become
defective under extreme conditions. Leaving your battery in direct sunlight or a heated car, for example, could
short-circuit the cells. Extreme freezing temperatures could have the same effect as well. Any contact with moisture
(such as rain) and other liquids can cause your Audiovox cell phone battery to become defective, as the liquid will
destroy the internal battery cells. Physical damage can also have this effect, from either accidentally dropping your
cell phone battery or trying to take it apart. In case there are leaks coming from the battery, dispose of it properly
At DuracellDirect.com, you can find
cell phone batteries and cell phone chargers for many other brands. Contact our
customer service to see if our replacement Audiovox cell phone battery or Audiovox cell phone charger is compatible
with your current Audiovox cell phone model.
To find Audiovox Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Audiovox Cellular Phone.
At DuracellDirect.com we are proud to offer our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our Audiovox Batteries, Audiovox chargers, Audiovox adapters and accessories.