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Recently battery is showing a healthy charge but can suddenly power off. Wont turn on unless I plug it in. When it does finally boot up, battery monitor shows it drained to 0% instantly. See pic.

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Seen this on eBay, is it real 2400mah?
Item # 121031837289

Edited by ro63rto, 01 December 2012 - 12:16 PM.

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Please I want to know that your LBE version?

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In china have greater than 3000mh battery,do you believe?

Edited by Zoplor, 03 December 2012 - 09:27 AM.

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Please I want to know that your LBE version?


What's LBE?

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In china have greater than 3000mh battery,do you believe?


I do. Seen them but they are thicker and require a different back cover.

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So the battery in question is not a ZTE one?

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So the battery in question is not a ZTE one?


Which one are you asking about?

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Only the one that you have made this entire thread about....

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Only the one that you have made this entire thread about....


I asked as you didn't quote a post and there has been 3 batteries mentioned ;)

Anyway, mine is the original ZTE one. Says 1250mah on label but 2 battery monitors initially read it as 1500mah.

Edited by ro63rto, 03 December 2012 - 06:14 PM.

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Yeah it is probably best if you replace the battery if it is doing erratic things like that. I have literally received (yesterday) two new ZTE Blade batteries from this seller on Ebay http://www.ebay.co.u...984.m1497.l2649 they arrived quickly and they are cheap (£4.00 for 2) and appear to be genuine ZTE Batteries.

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Yeah it is probably best if you replace the battery if it is doing erratic things like that. I have literally received (yesterday) two new ZTE Blade batteries from this seller on Ebay http://www.ebay.co.u...984.m1497.l2649 they arrived quickly and they are cheap (£4.00 for 2) and appear to be genuine ZTE Batteries.


That's a great price. Thanks.

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I can report that the battery is working very well. I get two days use from the phone where I was only getting one with the old battery for the same amount of use.

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Ordered, as well as an external charger so I always have spare on charge.
Thanks again.

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I've happened ROM Power Down, down to 49% from 60% directly, but then I emptied the battery information, there is no such a thing from happening again, you should try your battery voltage, brothers

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Ordered, as well as an external charger so I always have spare on charge.
Thanks again.


External charger only charges battery to 95% according to battery widget pro :(

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I've happened ROM Power Down, down to 49% from 60% directly, but then I emptied the battery information, there is no such a thing from happening again, you should try your battery voltage, brothers


What is this supposed to mean?

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