Battery Model: AB553446BU
Compatible Brand: Samsung
Compatible Cellphone Models:
Battery Type: Li-ion, Li-polymer
Cell Type: Double IC protection lithium
Charging Time: 2-3 hours
Standby Time: hours
Battery Life Cycle: ≥500times
Output Voltage : 3.7V
Working Temperature: -25°C~55°C
Certificates: MSDS, CE, RoHS, FCC.
The new battery needs to be fully charged and discharged (cycled) a few times before it can condition to full capacity. Do not charge the battery over!
Allow partial discharges and charges. Lithium-ion batteries do not have a charge memory like NiCad batteries. Several full discharges in a row put a strain on the battery that reduces its life.
Fully discharge of lithium-ion battery after 10-15 charges or once a month. A condition called “digital memory” occurs when a battery has continuous partial discharges. By recharging the battery after it has reached the discharge “cut-off” point, the power gauge is re-calibrated to show the correct discharge life on the fuel gauge in the electronic.
Keep the phone Clean - It's a good idea to clean dirty battery contacts with a cotton swab and alcohol. This helps maintain a good connection between the battery and the portable device.
Do not expose to extreme heat for long periods of time. For instance - left inside the car during warm temperatures, stored near a heating vent, setting out in the sun for long periods of time, etc. Heat is the number one reason for shortened lithium-ion battery lifespan.
Do not store or charge in areas of high humidity. It is not recommended that you have your cell phone in the bathroom while you shower or charge the electronic near the laundry area. Water can get inside the battery and reduce the lifespan.
Do not continue using a lithium-ion when it is at the “cut-off” point. When you completely discharge a lithium-ion battery beyond the “cut-off” point, a safety circuit in the battery is activated, and it will not charge using the original charger.
Do not fully discharge the battery frequently because it puts a strain on the battery and shortens the amount of time it holds a charge.
Do not store the battery for a long period of time at a 100% charge, because the oxidation of the battery is at its highest rate. Instead store the battery with a 50%-40% discharge in a dark cool location.
Do not use a charger that did not come with the phone. Lithium-ion batteries require a specific charge rate and voltage to avoid damaging or overcharging the battery.
Do not use computer USB for charging. Computer USB port do not have enough amps to charge the battery.
Do not charge to 100% all the time. Lithium-ion batteries retain a longer lifespan when charged between 40% and 80% on a regular basis.