Sorry but those plug-in charger packs just annoy the heck out of me.
I think that's a terrible solution. I've always had spare bats for my phones.
And to that end, after searching and searching... I DID find a website selling batteries for our phones.
However, I'm not sure if I trust them enough to order one.
While they state they are "compatible". They are listed with a much lower power rating.
Official Samsung Galaxy Reverb battery: 3.8v / 1700mAh
Batterybay compatible battery: 3.7v / 1250mAh
So I wrote to them and asked:
I'm interested in buying a battery for my Samsung Galaxy Reverb and I see that you have one for sale here:
Battery for Samsung SPH-M950, Galaxy Reverb, SPH-M950DAAVMU
My question is this.
The official Samsung website for this phone states that the battery inside the phone is "3.8 Volt, Lithium Ion, 1700mAh".
Why is your battery stated as being "3.7Volt, 1250mAh"? This is clearly about 2/3 the capacity.
Here's the response I got today:
"Yes, we have this item for sale. You can make the order on our website and we will send it once payment is cleared. Thanks and hope to hear from you again soon."
Typical shyster response- Just ignore the main questions entirely.
But... even still, if it works I'll take one of these over a plug-in pack any day.
OH... one final detail to consider before purchase... they're in Honk Kong.