Samsung Galaxy S3 Spare 2,100 mAh Battery Now Available in India

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Spare 2,100 mAh Battery Now Available in India

Samsung has released information regarding the availability of spare battery for its hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone. The spare battery will be available for purchase from most of the retail stores in India. This news has been well received by Samsung Galaxy S3 users who were facing the issue of unavailability of some of the accessories including the battery in India. 

It had caused greater worry among users as any form of battery damage would have placed them in an unfavorable position. 

Samsung Galaxy S3 uses 2,100 mAh standard battery. One of the key features of the battery is the presence of NFC technology which allows the phone to communicate with other devices and accessories equipped with the same technology. 

This smartphone had made its entry in to the Indian market during May this year. The company has announced the availability of battery at a price tag of Rs 1,599 for its customers in India. This latest smartphone from Samsung has better power backup compared to its predecessor Samsung Galaxy S2. Samsung Galaxy SII uses 1650 mAh standard Lithium-Ion battery. 

The 2,100 mAh battery in S3 model is capable of providing up to 11 hours of talk time and 790 hours of standby time on 3G and up to 21 hours of talk time and 900 hours of standby time while using 2G. 

Samsung Galaxy S3 has already conquered a fair share of the Android market with its sales crossing 20 million units within the first 100 days of its launch. 

Reports suggest that the device has achieved three times the total number of sales of Samsung Galaxy S2 and six times the total number of sales of Samsung Galaxy S. The device has in-store some advanced features including faster graphics, smart alarm, 50 GB Dropbox facilities etc. It is also possible for users to capture images simultaneously with the recording of Full HD Video using this device.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Specifications


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