Part:LG / Google Nexus 4 replacement battery
Voltage: 3.8v / 2030mAh
Warranty: 90 days
Compatibility: Google Nexus 4
Short circuit protection
Should I replace the battery?
Modern Li-ion batteries have an average life of 12 months before the start declining in performance but can decline if performance much faster if not treated correctly.
Before purchasing a replacement check that no other factors are causing the batteries decline such as:
How to get the most out of your new battery
Please be aware that all new batteries need an initial couple of full charge cycles (Full charge / discharge) before reaching maximum performance
HAZARDOUS GOODS: Li-ion batteries are classed as hazardous items and cant be shipped using many postal services such as Royal Mail. We ship all batteries using an express fully tracked specialist company.
For more information please visit: www.replacebase.co.uk/battery_information
The term OEM stands for 'Original Equipment Manufacturer', the exact meaning differs in several industries.
To us OEM means that the part is the exact same part used within your device, we source these from the same vendors the manufacturer use. By definition the part is an original part manufactured by the same vendor / manufacturer in the same way using the same procedures, equipment and processes as the part provided to the manufacture from the Vendor, the only difference is that we dont obtain directly from the devices manufacturer, nor in some cases are we affiliated with device manufacturer in any way.
I've had this battery for about 6 months now and it has held up well. I will definitely by from this company again after the poor experience from buying one from eBay.
Coming from a bad experience with an e-bay seller (the battery was cheaper but defective, it was giving the famous "flashing red led" on my device") I found this website and for a reasonable price I received the day after the order the battery and some small tools for opening the device. The battery seems an original replacement and so far is working fine. An couple of advices for those who are opening the Nexus 4 for the first time: pay attention when removing the battery, try to lift the battery very gently, the glue used from LG is very sticky and if you put too much force you can break the old battery (I made a hole in my old battery, when I removed it the first time). Use the correct screwdrivers,the screws are very delicate and if you force them you can strip them easily.
Ordered the battery and a few other bits and pieces (magnetic work mat, basic tools) and replaced my old Nexus 4 battery (which was no longer holding a whole day's charge) in about 10 minutes - the phone is easy enough to open but unsticking the battery is best done slowly and carefully. Whole package arrived next day, and great quality for the price...
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