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Did Your Lumia Smartphone thirsty for juice?

by konmio    Sep 20, 2013, 4:24 AM

The Nokia Lumia 820 present in the hands of lots of people but most has faced an annoying issue on the 820, the disappointing battery life, just like me, because I have been using one for several months and the in-built 1650 mAh battery always bad.

Seeking a solution for battery drains, my eyes grew wide when the well known extended battery maker, MPJ Batteries, announced an 2500mAh extended batteries for the Lumia 820 are in the works and needless to say, I got one immediately. Bellow are my experience with the accessory over a comfortably month to see if it is really worth it or not.

Thanks to the removable battery cover on the phone, I can easily to swap an replacement battery. In size, there is no any difference between the original battery and replacement battery so battery perfectly fit to the door especially when I push down on the camera unit. I noticed that the door doesn’t take scratches after using a month, and was similar to the original in this aspect.
The Li-Ion battery is rated at 2500 mAh, 850 mAh more than the in-built one, enough for a spare battery. The MPJ Batteries’ package comes with some instructions and it is highly recommended that you follow them for an optimized performance. The battery performance getting better and better and there was no stopping it. Under extremely heavy usage, the original battery lasted 3-4 hours, then I replace the battery to extend another 5 or more hours. So, in terms of performance I am very satisfied with the accessory.

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