What is the difference between an OEM cell phone battery and DuracellDirect's cell phone batteries?
DuracellDirect has in stock replacement Samsung cell phone batteries and replacement Samsung cell phone chargers. Our
cell phone batteries and chargers pass various safety certification tests, and the batteries are made with the highest
quality cells. All of our products come with a one year warranty, and our products will meet or exceed OEM manufacturer
What different types of Samsung cell phone batteries are there?
Here at DuracellDirect, we use four different kinds of chemical properties in the cells of our replacement Samsung
cell phone batteries. These chemical properties are Li-Ion (Lithium), Ni-Cad (Nickel Cadmium), NiMH (Nickel Metal
Hydride), and Li-Poly (Lithium Polymer). It is common to see these four types worldwide, as they are frequently used
in the creation of batteries. Each chemical property has minor differences in comparison to the others, such as
overall life span, charge times, and stability.
Why do Samsung cell phone batteries have different capacities?
Our aftermarket Samsung cell phone battery capacities differ due to many reasons, such as battery chemistry, size and
number of cells, voltage, and how tightly packed the cells are. Larger cells tend to have more electrolyte and
electrode material in them, creating batteries that have higher capacities. Typically, when you have two batteries of
the same chemistry, the larger battery will have a higher capacity.
How long will my Samsung cellular phone battery last?
Customers should expect their aftermarket Samsung cellular phone battery to have an overall life span of up to three
years, or 500 discharge / charge cycles. The time it takes to fully charge your cellular phone battery could be up to
three hours; a fully charged battery will last through several hours of use, though.
These averages can change based on certain conditions, including whether your Samsung cellular phone battery has been
properly cared for and what the current condition of the battery is.
How safe are Samsung batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Samsung battery?
As mentioned previously, all of our products pass various safety certification tests. These certifications include FCC,
RoHS, CE, and UL. This is to ensure that our customers get the safest products on the market.
Even with all these certifications, though, there is always a chance for cell phone batteries to become defective. The
best way to avoid this is to take care of your replacement Samsung cell phone battery. Do not let your battery come
into contact with liquids, such as rainwater, as it can seep into the physical structure and damage the cells within.
Also avoid extreme heat and freezing temperatures, as these can disrupt the cells as well. Any physical damage done to
the cell phone battery will increase its chances of becoming defective; therefore, be very careful when carrying your
battery, and avoid dropping it. Do not attempt to take it apart either. If you spot any leaks coming from the cell
phone battery, dispose of it immediately.
Feel free to email or call our customer service to see if our aftermarket Samsung cell phone battery or Samsung cell
phone charger is compatible with your current cell phone model. At DuracellDirect.com, we also provide
cell phone batteries and cell phone chargers for a variety of other manufacturers and models.
To find Samsung Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Samsung Cellular Phone.
At DuracellDirect.com we are proud to offer our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our Samsung Batteries, Samsung chargers, Samsung adapters and accessories.