Motorola phones can work with the original battery for a few days, but over time their battery in the Motorola is consumed and the working time is shortened, then the battery should be replaced with a new one. Which battery for Motorola should you choose and buy? The capacity and quality of the battery is important. We offer high-quality Green Cell® batteries that ensure a long working life and are adapted to the respective model.
How to choose a battery for your phone?
Choosing a battery for your phone is simple and straightforward. It can be done in a few moments using the following two methods:
1.Indicating the phone model. The phone model can usually be found on the device. After reading it and entering it in the search bar of the webshop, the correct battery will be displayed. e.g. iPhone 6s / Xiaomi Mi 5 / Samsung Galaxy S4
2. battery code You can also search for a battery by entering its code - this is located on the inside of the battery. Simply enter the appropriate code and our search bar will show you the relevant products! e.g. BM39 / BS-01/ A1457 We also encourage you to read the guide on our blog: How to choose a battery for your phone?
How to check the battery capacity in your phone?
The capacity is written out on the battery itself. Information can often be found on the inside part of the device. To do this you can also use apps that allow to monitor the state of your battery, such as "Battery Info" for Android. The app is easy to use and let's you check every information about current state of your battery.
Could the battery capacity (mAh) be higher?
Battery capacity expressed in milliampere-hours (mAh) may differ from the original battery. If you choose a higher capacity battery, your device will have a longer battery life, and you will enjoy increased mobility and convenience of use!
How to extend the phone's battery life?
There are a few simple methods that will effectively extend the life of your battery.
1: Don't drain your battery to 0! Our phone's accumulator, commonly known as the battery, does not like this very much. So don't wait for low charge warnings to appear.When the battery level drops below 40%, it's a good idea to connect your phone to a charger.
2. connect to the charger often Modern lithium ion batteries have no memory effect. As a result, frequent charging has a positive effect on their performance. According to experts, it is best to achieve a charge level of 80-90%.
3. avoid extreme temperatures Phone batteries are a bit like their users - they feel best in moderate temperatures. Leaving your phone in direct sunlight or in a hot car can significantly reduce battery life. It's also a good idea to protect your phone from the cold.