December 19, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S3 SIII Li-ion battery (84% OFF)

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Are you among the tens of millions of Samsung Galaxy S 3 owners around the world? How’s your battery situation? Could it be better? Why not pick up a second battery and carry it with you for those times when you’re planning to be out and about?

Amazon is currently offering the official Samsung battery at a drastically discounted price of $7.53, a savings of 84% over the normal price.

List Price: $46.60
Price: $7.53
You Save: $39.07 (84%)

  • Length x Width x Thickness: 2.2″ x 2.0″ x 0.2″ (5.6 x 5 x 0.5 cm)
  • Battery Type:Li-ion
  • Battery Capacity: 2100mAh
  • Voltage: 3.8V
  • Compatible with: Samsung Galaxy S3


  • ADW

    Its not an official battery, its a crappy copy.

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  • AndroidShiz

    This is one of those “if it sounds too good to be true..’ sayings. Need to read the reviews. Sounds like this battery is complete crap. More than likely they are reselling batteries that are already duds. I purchased an Anker battery for 10.99 without NFC since I don’t use NFC. They had an NFC option for about $18. It works just as good as my official Samsung battery if not a little better and I’ve been using it for a few months. Anker uses quality materials. Also EC Tech batteries are good too. I did however get an official Samsung charger holder for it though for about $15 on eBay.

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  • Concerned Guest

    It should be noted that the author’s choice of words should have been more accurate. It’s not Amazon who is stocking, selling, or even fulfilling the order of this item. It is being sold on Amazon’s site by one of the merchants who created an account with Amazon. Myself, I only trust, and have had good experiences, when buying from Amazon only. I would recommend that you consider the same.

    • ssalava

      I agree, in my past experience these batteries are old and past their prime even though they have not been used.

  • bruce98

    The S&H brings it to $30.