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    At least most the spare parts they sell do seem to be genuine. Considering the 1650 mAh one is fairly more expensive than the stuff they sell in ebay and places like that, this one seems to be good. It looks like it is originally meant for SGS Armani or SGS SL. Luckily it fits to the original SGS too.
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    I have the extended battery and for a heavu user of apps and calls taken during the day itreally is a must have. There is really no visible difference at all with the new battery.

    Galaxy S2 holds 2 Gigabytes of RAM compared to iPhone 4s 512MB and with the power of the dualcore processor you will never be forced to close down anyhing, so many have apps still open and still running in the background draining batterylife.

    This really makes a difference, even a notale one so it is really worth the buy.
    Last edited by Mischaonline; 10-23-2011 at 12:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischaonline View Post
    Galaxy S2 holds 2 Gigabytes of RAM compared to iPhone 4s 512MB
    Maybe this is a typing error, but your wrong here.

    SGS EyeEye has:

    1GB of RAM (Random-access memory). Helps to maintain phones speed while doing multiple tasks.
    2GB ROM (Read only Memory). The a mount of memory you have for the phones OS, plus the installation of games, apps ect.

    Android = 300MB
    Linux LXDE = 3GB
    Linux Kde = 9GB
    Windows 7 = 30GB

    Or there abouts All fresh installs and most probably with un-needed stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed View Post
    Windows 7 = 30GB...Or there abouts All fresh installs and most probably with un-needed stuff
    Whaaaat? I NEED all that stuff for my Win7 64 Ultimate. It's VITAL, you hear? VITAL!
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    15% discount right now :-)

    http://samsunggalaxysforums.com/show...ll=1#post49754

    Quote Originally Posted by Pidz View Post
    I noticed this some time ago, is it as it looks in the picture? Authentic Samsung? :-D not a bad price either, extra 10% though over stock battery, do you think it is worth it? 7 Hours long charge....That is very impressive.

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    If i am not mistaking for higher capacity battery there is Mugen Power Batteries with good reviews.
    they have 1700mAh [HLI-Si9100SL]
    and 3200mAh [HLI-Si9100XL]

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    The higher capacity battery is 2430 Namh (I think the rating is called) and the standard battery fitted is 1600 thereabouts.

    Clearly the processor is going to demand a lot of power, so it is only commonsense to give the device a battery which will cope. It would not add a significant amount of money to the selling price of an already expensive handset.

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