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Battery Replacement Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10 is renowned worldwide for its innovative features, sleek design, and long-lasting battery performance. However, battery degradation is inevitable over time. Luckily, Phone Repair Center offers a reliable, effective repair service at an affordable price. Our skilled technicians specialize in Galaxy S10 battery replacements, ensuring that your device remains powered for your daily tasks. With meticulous attention to detail and the use of genuine parts, we restore your S10 to its optimal functionality, providing a seamless experience for our customers. Trust us to revitalize your Galaxy S10 and keep you connected throughout the day.

Battery Replacement $105.00
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Ben

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Great experience at Galaxy Solutions. My S10 now has excellent battery life.

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Maya

Samsung Galaxy S10

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My Galaxy S10 battery replacement was quick and affordable.

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Will

Samsung Galaxy S10

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Thanks to Phone Repair Center, my Galaxy S10 battery replacement was done professionally. Highly recommend

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Lucy

Samsung Galaxy S10

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Satisfied with the quality of service at Phone Repair Centre. My S10 battery replacement was done with precision.

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No matter your device, our experts can help you get back up and running fast. Check out the device we service to learn more about our device repairs.

Reputable repair centers take precautions to ensure data safety, but it’s advisable to back up important information before any repair.

The cost of Galaxy S10 battery replacement varies, depending on many factors, including the repair center service and the quality of the replacement battery. It’s vital to check out the fixing center and compare the price before taking the battery replacement service. Generally, it’s more affordable than purchasing a new device.

You can replace your Galaxy battery unless you have experience and the necessary tools. However, it’s not recommended to do this action because inappropriate action can damage the device and make it worse.

If your Galaxy S10 has some signs, including rapid battery drain, device overheating during use or charging, and unexpected shutdowns even with ample battery life remaining, it means your phone needs battery needs replacement.

A new battery should typically retain the device’s fast charging capabilities, ensuring efficient power replenishment. However, there are any issues after replacement, it’s advisable to seek guidance from the repair center to address potential issues promptly.

What makes your Galaxy S10 battery damaged and doesn’t last long?

Below are some reasons that make your Galaxy S10 battery damaged and don’t last long.

  1. Excessively Charged:
    To ensure your Galaxy’s long-term health, avoid leaving it plugged in overnight. Once your battery reaches full capacity at 100%, disconnect the charger to prevent any potential damage.
  2. Prematurely Charged:
    For maximum battery longevity on your Galaxy device, wait until the battery level falls below 20% before charging. Charging your phone before receiving a notification on the screen can negatively affect the battery’s long-term health.
  3. Using Not an Original Charger
    Using the original cable and charger for your device is highly recommended. Each charger has specific output power, and using one not intended for your phone may affect your battery’s health.
  4. Use a Power Bank
    Thoughtfully evaluating both the brand and voltage output of a power bank is crucial for long-lasting batteries. Make sure the power bank’s voltage output falls within the safe operating range suitable for your phone’s battery capacity. Choosing a trusted power bank brand is strongly advised.
  5. Unplug prematurely During Charging:
    To preserve your phone’s battery health, it’s recommended to unplug it from the charger once it reaches a full charge of 100%. Allowing it to remain plugged in after reaching full charge can lead to overcharging, potentially reducing battery lifespan over time.