What is the difference between an OEM cell phone battery and DuracellDirect's cell phone batteries?
DuracellDirect’s replacement Nokia cell phone batteries are ensured to either meet or exceed OEM manufacturer
specifications. This means that your new aftermarket Nokia cell phone battery might be even better than the original
battery that you had. All of our replacement cell phone batteries and replacement cell phone chargers come with a full
one year warranty and have various safety certifications. Our aftermarket batteries are made from the highest-grade
quality cells, and will provide customers not only the promise of safety, but also the assurance of durability.
What different types of Nokia cell phone batteries are there?
There are four commonly used types of cells in our replacement Nokia cell phone batteries: NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride),
Li-Poly (Lithium Polymer), Li-Ion (Lithium Ion), and Ni-Cad (Nickel Cadmium). These names represent the type of chemistry
used within the cells. All types are used worldwide, and are generally accepted for the creation of safe and efficient
batteries. There are minor differences between each type, such as one having a better overall lifespan, or one being
more stable than the others. However, these differences are fairly minor.
Why do Nokia cell phone batteries have different capacities?
There are many factors that contribute to the differing capacities that cell phone batteries can have. Some factors
include: battery size, cell size, number of cells, voltage, and chemistry/type. Usually, if there are more electrolyte
and electrode material, then the cells will be bigger, resulting in both a larger battery and higher capacity.
A cell phone battery’s capacity is measured in milliampere-hour, or “mAh”.
How long will my Nokia cellular phone battery last?
You should expect your replacement Nokia cellular phone battery to last a total of two to three years, or 500
discharge / charge cycles. With a full charge, your replacement cellular phone battery should last several hours;
charging the battery to full capacity can take up to three hours, with up to 80% capacity being charged within one hour.
Customers should note that these are only averages, and may change based upon a number of factors, such as the condition
of the cell phone battery and whether it was properly cared for. An older cellular phone battery may have trouble
keeping the same charge capacity as a newer battery.
How safe are these Nokia cell phone batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Nokia battery?
As mentioned previously, all of our products pass various safety tests before arriving in the hands of our customers.
These safety certifications include CE, UL, RoHS, and FCC.
Even the safest Nokia cell phone batteries will always have a certain chance of becoming defective. The best thing a
customer can do to ensure this doesn’t happen is to take care of their cell phone battery. First off, avoid letting
your Nokia cell phone battery come into contact with any liquids; be particularly careful in the rain. Second, do not
drop, throw, or cause any other physical damage to your phone. Third, do not expose your cell phone to extreme weather
conditions, such as intense heat or freezing temperatures; avoid leaving your cell phone in your car during the day.
Lastly, if there are any leaks coming from your cell phone battery, take it to a recycling center immediately and
dispose of it.
cell phone batteries and cell phone chargers for many other manufacturers and models as well.
Customers can contact our customer service team to find out if our replacement Nokia cell phone battery or Nokia cell
phone charger will work directly with your current Nokia cell phone model.
To find Nokia Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Nokia Cellular Phone.
At DuracellDirect.com we are proud to offer our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our Nokia Batteries, Nokia chargers, Nokia adapters and accessories.