The Samsung Galaxy S6 has been getting a lot of criticism for its battery troubles. One of these is the company’s decision to actually downgrade the battery from S5’s 2800 mAh version to the current 2550 mAh version. Another feature that is drawing criticism is that the battery is not removable. Consequently, we hear many complaints of battery drainage or poor performance.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S6 and the battery is experiencing problems, then don’t worry. There is a significantly cheaper alternative solution: battery replacement. Since the battery is not removable, replacing it might be a little tricky. However, there are plenty of tutorials on YouTube which can help you easily do it at home.
The Lithium-Ion Samsung Galaxy S6 rechargeable battery is durable and long-lasting. One of its primary advantages is that it can charge faster than some of the other smartphones in its class. Moreover, with Samsung’s amazing power-saving options, you can further extend the run-time for 2-3 hours. With a modest price of just Rs. 700, it is also extremely affordable.
When you replace the S6 battery, it is highly advisable to fully charge and drain the battery at least three times before further use. This greatly enhances its overall life and makes it last a lot longer.