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  Reply # 724958 30-Nov-2012 00:17
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There are replacement batteries, around for the XPERIA S.
Manufactured with the label of Gold. Come in over the 2000mAh size.
I don't think the NFC antenna is built into the battery.

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  Reply # 724968 30-Nov-2012 03:00
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You can check the following link and then see if it's right for you and where you're able to source one.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GOLD-2680MAH-BA-800-BUSINESS-BATTERY-SONY-XPERIA-S-LT26-ARC-HD-/251137463979

No idea on the quality of the battery, but at least it's an option if the original battery is no longer serviceable.



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  Reply # 724974 30-Nov-2012 05:18
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DrStrangelove: You can check the following link and then see if it's right for you and where you're able to source one.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GOLD-2680MAH-BA-800-BUSINESS-BATTERY-SONY-XPERIA-S-LT26-ARC-HD-/251137463979

No idea on the quality of the battery, but at least it's an option if the original battery is no longer serviceable.


Thank you, maybe give it a go.

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