The difference between the Samsung Galaxy A5000 and A500

Compatibility

You can determine whether the battery is suitable for your device by the model (indicated on the back or under the battery) or by the part number (p / n) indicated on the battery. Where to find?

Where to find?

Select “Settings” “About the device” and look at what is indicated in the “Model Number” section (usually signed as follows: “SM-J320F”).

The difference between the Samsung Galaxy A5000 and A500

Find the name under the removable cover

If your Samsung smartphone or phone is equipped with a removable cover (on the latches), then right below it on the nameplate you will find the name of the device model (the name is something like this: “MODEL: SM-G850F”).

Find the model name if the cover cannot be removed

For Samsung phones, in which you can’t just remove the cover, the manufacturer indicates the model number on the back of the case, usually at the bottom of the cover (small print engraving, something like: “SM-G950FD”). This name is also duplicated on the factory packaging box.

How to find the part number on the battery

Depending on the design of the Samsung phone, the designation is applied on the front (in the center) or the back (in the lower left corner) side of the battery with a general alphanumeric identifier (for example, “EB-BN915BBC”).

Battery for Samsung Galaxy A5 2015

  • SM-A5000
  • SM-A500F
  • SM-A500F / DS
  • SM-A500F1
  • SM-A500FQ
  • SM-A500FU
  • SM-A500G
  • SM-A500G / DS
  • SM-A500H
  • SM-A500H / DS
  • SM-A500HQ
  • SM-A500K
  • SM-A500L
  • SM-A500M
  • SM-A500M / DS
  • SM-A500S
  • SM-A500X
  • SM-A500XZ
  • SM-A500Y
  • SM-A500YD
  • SM-A500YZ

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Specifications

They have been producing batteries since 2004 at their own factory for various equipment: from mobile phones to medical. Certified, USA and European countries.

Rated voltage indicated, compatible with 3.7V.

Unlike Li-ion, it has a high energy density per unit volume and mass

Designed specifically for high-tech devices. The capacity of such batteries is the same or greater compared to the original batteries.

Excellent replacement for the original, service life of 2 years. Good combination of price and quality.

  • About 600 charge-discharge cycles until the battery capacity reaches 80% (which corresponds to approximately 1.5 years of use with an average load)
  • Service life not less than 2 years
  • It can be charged at any time and it is not necessary to completely discharge it (there is no “memory effect”)
  • Low self-discharge characteristic of high-quality lithium batteries
  • It has a built-in charge controller that protects against overheating and overcharging.

All batteries are safety tested and certified to ISO 9001: 2008.

Shelf life

A battery charged at 30-50% can be stored for no more than 2 years at a temperature of 0. 25 ° C. In this case, the battery loses no more than 4% of capacity per year.

The production date is indicated in the serial number. Example: C08xxxx or A08xxxx. 2016, C09xxxx or A09xxxx. 2017 year.

How to start using a new battery?

The lithium battery needs to be charged before first use! Only new Ni-Cd (nickel-metal cadmium) batteries are discharged before operation, and lithium batteries need to be charged!

We recommend making three full charge-discharge cycles to determine the device’s full battery capacity. Each cycle includes a charge of at least 3 hours and, further, a complete discharge of the battery.

Do not leave the battery discharged; immediately charge the device. These cycles are necessary for your device to use the full capacity of the new battery.

How to extend battery life and battery life?

It must be remembered that the service life and battery life decreases with:

  • high loads (navigation, internet, games)
  • long-term storage (without use)
  • work or exercise in cold or hot weather
  • Charging for more than 6 hours (e.g. at night)
  • charging from a computer or charging low power
  • discharged for a long time