Battery Advice? Go large or go multiple?
Hey guys, wanted some quick feedback/advice before pulling the iddy bitty trigger and buying these.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S III (so sexy....I know) and I wanted to get an extra battery to extend the life time. Would you recommend getting a larger battery or getting multiple of the same batter if the costs are the same?
I'm looking on ebay and don't know whether I should buy a 4800mAh (with extended battery case) or 3 regular 2100 mAh batteries. Both are about $10. Almost debating on just buying them both, or at least the large one and one more regular one
Here are the links to both if you're curious:
4800mAh Extended Battery for Samsung Galaxy s III S3 i9300 White Cover New | eBay
3 x 2100mAh Battery US Wall USB Charger for Samsung Galaxy s 3 III I535 L710 | eBay
I have the Galaxy S 3 too. I like to use a GPS program called alpinereplay. It tracks my speed and where I have boarded. Anyways... instead of getting a backup battery, I got an external backup battery. The brand I got is Anker. It is a very nice product and they ship really quick. Ordered Tue and had item by Thurs. The first one I purchased was the 3200. It will take the battery from completely dead to 98%. I liked the product so much I purchased a bigger one the 8400. This one can charge the phone completly 3 times. It may be longer after I brake in the battery. Oh anther thing I like about this external battery is that it has a USB port to charge anything.
I have not used an external battery but I dont think it would be that bad since the Galaxy S 3 is so thin. I put a bumper on my S3 just to make it a little thicker.
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