1. dalvik's Avatar
    I was wondering if anyone who previously owned a GS2 Skyrocket could tell me if the GS3 battery will fit into skyrocket. I can't seem to find this info anywhere.
    Thank you.
    06-06-2012 03:42 PM
  2. I Monarch's Avatar
    Seeing as how they're different size batteries, the answer is a flat-out no. They Skyrocket has an 1850mah battery, and the SGIII is 2100.
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    06-07-2012 10:40 AM
  3. Mac.World's Avatar
    Seeing as how they're different size batteries, the answer is a flat-out no. They Skyrocket has an 1850mah battery, and the SGIII is 2100.
    The mA makes no difference. I have a 3300mA battery in my S2 with an extended case, plus I have the 2250mA battery from the GNex that fits with the normal case backing. And then there is the original battery with NFC chip. All work just fine, as they are all 3.7v.

    It is physical dimensions and pos/neg pin placement that matters. When I get my S3 in 2 weeks, I will know for certain.
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    06-08-2012 02:10 AM
  4. dalvik's Avatar
    The mA makes no difference. I have a 3300mA battery in my S2 with an extended case, plus I have the 2250mA battery from the GNex that fits with the normal case backing. And then there is the original battery with NFC chip. All work just fine, as they are all 3.7v.

    It is physical dimensions and pos/neg pin placement that matters. When I get my S3 in 2 weeks, I will know for certain.
    i'm very curious to find out. i was thinking that maybe with the new phone they managed to put more juice into the same size battery. this way i could probably get that battery and use it with my skyrocket...
    06-08-2012 01:33 PM
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