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Battery Replacement Galaxy S20 FE

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) is a remarkable smartphone with a perfect balance of performance, features, and affordability. However, like any other electronic device, the battery life of the Galaxy S20 FE may gradually deteriorate over time due to regular usage. If you’re experiencing decreased battery performance or struggling with frequent charging, it might be time to consider a battery replacement service. This blog post will explore the importance of battery replacement for the Galaxy S20 FE and how it can breathe new life into your device.

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Phone Repair Centre exceeded my expectations regarding battery replacement for my Galaxy S20 FE. Their staff was knowledgeable and patient in answering all my questions.

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I was impressed with the reasonable price I was quoted for my Galaxy S20 FE battery replacement at Phone Repair Centre. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable, guiding me through the process.

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While it is technically possible to replace the Galaxy S20 FE battery yourself, it is generally recommended to have it done by a professional technician. Opening the device without proper knowledge and tools can lead to further damage or injury. It’s best to seek assistance from a reputable repair centre or authorized service provider.

The Galaxy S20 FE has a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery, a standard smartphone type. When replacing the battery, it’s essential to ensure that a compatible Li-ion battery is used.

If your Galaxy S20 FE is still under warranty, replacing the battery at a non-authorized repair centre may void the warranty. It’s advisable to check with the manufacturer or authorized service provider to understand the impact of battery replacement on your warranty coverage.

The time required to replace the Galaxy S20 FE battery can vary depending on the technician’s expertise and workload. Generally, it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to complete the battery replacement.

A few signs indicate your Galaxy S20 FE battery may need replacement. These include a significantly reduced battery life, the device shutting down unexpectedly even with sufficient charge, or the battery not holding a charge for long periods. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, it’s recommended to have your battery checked by a professional.

What makes your Galaxy S20 FE battery damaged and doesn’t last long?

Several factors can contribute to a damaged battery that doesn’t last long. Here are five to six common reasons:

  1. Age
    Batteries naturally degrade and lose their ability to hold a charge over time. As the battery ages, its capacity decreases, resulting in a shorter life.
  2. Overcharging
    Charging a battery beyond its recommended capacity can lead to damage. Overcharging causes excessive heat to build up within the battery, which can degrade its performance and overall lifespan.
  3. High temperatures
    High temperatures, such as leaving a device in a hot car or exposing it to direct sunlight, can accelerate battery degradation. Heat increases the chemical reactions inside the battery, which can lead to a shorter lifespan.
  4. Frequent deep discharges
    Regularly discharging a battery can strain its cells and reduce its overall capacity. Avoiding deep discharges and performing regular, partial recharges is generally recommended.
  5. Poor charging habits
    A charger not designed for the specific device or low-quality charging cables can negatively impact the battery’s health. Inadequate charging can lead to inefficient charging processes and potential damage to the battery cells.
  6. Manufacturing defects
    In some cases, batteries may have manufacturing defects that can lead to premature failure. These defects can include issues with the internal components or improper assembly, resulting in reduced battery life.