1. Dave4321's Avatar
    Anyone try any of the cheap replacement batteries from either place?
    07-06-2012 11:44 AM
  2. avs1121's Avatar
    I am using the Laza battery pack from Amazon for my Rezound. Came with
    2 batteries, wall charger and nice carry case for everything. They work as good as my OEM battery. My wife also got the Hyperion battery pack from Amazon for her Dinc2. Same as mine but no carry case. No problems with her's either.
    Both were under $25 each I think.

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    07-06-2012 11:53 AM
  3. Mac.World's Avatar
    They just had a July 4th deal on here for S3 accessories. Got an OEM battery with the NFC chip and S3 specific battery charger for $38. Also picked upan S3 usb dock connector for my iMac for another $38. Free 2 day shipping as well and no tax. Saved $25 overall. Good deal thanks to this board.

    When it comes to this phone, I just don't trust the cheap Chinese knock-offs from ebay/Amazon. Plus, I use my NFC tags daily, so I needed OEM. I'm not saying the cheap batteries from ebay don't work, I just don't trust them with a phone i paid $550 for (unlocked US version)
    07-06-2012 01:36 PM
  4. iviyth0s's Avatar
    Hey guys, I'd be willing to review any 3rd party batteries alongside any OEMs you guys have.

    Currently I own an Epic 4G (SG1) and only have reviews of those batteries but I can test anything as long as the batteries can be supplied for testing. (I'll return them of course!)

    07-18-2012 03:16 PM
  5. brewzer's Avatar

    2 batteries with NFC and a charger for $24.99, just add something to get it over $25 for free s/h.

    They also sell a single battery with NFC for $9 plus $5 s/h.
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    07-18-2012 04:00 PM
  6. ansextra's Avatar
    I just bought the single battery for $9.99 free shipping since I have Prime. I can't imagine ever needing 3 batteries for this phone... Thanks for the heads up!
    07-18-2012 04:47 PM