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Topic # 101018 23-Apr-2012 10:03
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Ok


Cheap chinese mobile
King Series WG3

Battery is a
GB-18287-2000

I cannot find it anywhere on the web

It is NOT a GB-t18287-2000 which seems to be abundant on the web, but appears to be a different shape

This is a picture of my battery (well not my battery, but an absolutely identical one (apart from the manufacturing month))
http://sinoforum.ru/topic/16/

Any ideas?

Alternatively and this is only if there are no batteries available as i am hoping to update my computer when IvyBridge and windows 8 come out

Anyone know a really really cheap dual sim that has these features
- Dual sim obviously
- Answerphone built-in
- ability to actually turn the bloody thing off easily when at work or in meeting


Nice but not essential
- Multiple alarm clocks
- wifi
- average to decent camera - at least 2megapixels




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  Reply # 613541 23-Apr-2012 10:18
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Apparently these guys made that battery.... could try contacting them directly ?
http://www.supscience.com/

And how is upgrading your computer going to help your phone battery ? :)

Unfortunately, buy cheap, get cheap most of the time...




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  Reply # 613569 23-Apr-2012 11:19
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ummmm

what i mean is,  in case i can't find the phone battery then as a last option what is a good cheap dual sim phone on a budget to replace my current one, as all my free money is budgeted at updating my computer in a few months or so.





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(a) mate with,
(b) eat,
(c) run away from,
and (d) rocks."

 

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