Android Phone Batteries
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Moto Z Replacement Battery
Replace a GV30 model battery compatible with the Motorola Moto Z Droid XT1650-1 XT1650-3 smartphone. 2480 mAh. 9.4 Watt Hours (Wh). 3.8 Volts (V).
Moto Z Play Replacement Battery
Replace a GL40 model battery compatible with the Moto Z Play smartphone. 3300 mAh. 3.8 Volts (V). 12.8 Watt Hours (Wh).
LG G6 Replacement Battery
Replace a BL-T32 model battery compatible with the LG G6 smartphone. 3300 mAh. 3.8 Volts (V). 12.5 Watt Hours (Wh).
Nexus 5 Replacement Battery
Replace a 2300 mAh battery compatible with the LG Google Nexus 5 LG-D820 and LG-D821 models. Battery #BL-T9. 8.74 Watt Hours (Wh). 3.8 Volts (V).
Nexus 5X Replacement Battery
Replace a 2620 mAh battery compatible with the LG Nexus 5X LG-H790 and LG-H791 model smartphones. 10.3 Watt Hours (Wh). 3.8 Volts (V).
Nexus 6P Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or damaged battery in a Nexus 6P smartphone.
Galaxy J3 (2016) J5 (2015) Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or damaged EB-BG530 battery in a 2016 model Samsung Galaxy J3 or a 2015 model Samsung Galaxy J5 smartphone.
OnePlus 3 Replacement Battery
Replace a BLP613 model battery compatible with the 3rd gen OnePlus. 2900 mAh. 11.2 Watt Hours (Wh). 3.8 Volts (V).
Galaxy Note5 Replacement Battery
Replace a 3000 mAh battery compatible with Samsung Galaxy Note5 model phones. 11.55 Wh (Watt Hours). 3.85 V (Volts).
Nexus 6 Replacement Battery
Replace a battery compatible with the Google Nexus 6 smartphone.
Android is a Linux-based, open source operating system for mobile devices created by Android Inc., now owned by Google. Today, many different companies use Android for their mobile device product lines including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and many others.
The first Android phone was the HTC Dream released in October of 2008. Since then Android devices, including tablets and phones, have become popular all across the world. As of May 2013, a total of 900 million Android devices had been activated and 48 billion apps had been installed from the Google Play store. It's currently the most widely used smartphone OS.