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Battery Replacement Galaxy S21 Plus

The Galaxy S21 Plus represents a significant leap in Samsung’s mobile technology, featuring impressive capabilities and an enhanced user experience. However, like all smartphones, the S21 Plus is susceptible to battery wear over time due to consistent usage. If you notice your battery draining faster than usual or a decline in your device’s performance, it could be time to consider a battery replacement. In this article, we’ll explore the importance of battery replacement for your Galaxy S21 Plus and explain how it can help maintain your device’s optimal performance and extend its lifespan.

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The cost of replacing the battery in a Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus at Phone Repair Centre is typically around AUD 115. This price includes the service and the new battery​​.

Battery replacement at Phone Repair Centre generally takes about 30 minutes to an hour. This ensures a quick turnaround so you can get your phone back as soon as possible​.

While it is possible to replace the battery yourself with the necessary tools and a detailed guide, it can be challenging and risky. It’s recommended to use professional services to avoid potential damage to other components.

Replacing the battery at an authorized service center like Phone Repair Centre will not void your warranty. They use OEM parts and follow Samsung’s repair standards, ensuring that your warranty remains intact​​.

Common signs that indicate the need for a battery replacement include rapid battery drain, unexpected shutdowns, difficulty holding a charge, and overheating.

What makes your Galaxy S21 Plus battery damaged and doesn’t last long?

Several factors can cause your Galaxy S21 Plus battery to wear out and not work as well. Here are five to six common reasons:

1. Overcharging:

Charging your Galaxy S21 Plus to 100% too often or leaving it on the charger after it’s fully charged can make it overheat and weaken the battery. This extra stress harms its health and shortens its life.

2. Deep Discharging:

Letting the battery run out completely can damage it over time. This constant draining can mess up the battery’s chemistry, making it less able to hold a charge.

3. Exposure to High Temperatures:

Too much heat can hurt your battery. If your phone gets too hot, like being left in a sunny car, it can make the battery worse faster, affecting how well it works and how much charge it can hold.

4. Physical Damage:

Drops or bumps can hurt the inside parts of the battery. This might cause internal short circuits or uneven charging, both of which can make the battery less efficient and reduce its life.

5. Aging:

Batteries get worse naturally over time. The processes that charge and discharge the battery become less effective, which means the battery can’t hold as much power.

6. Software Demands:

Using your phone for things that need a lot of power, like gaming or advanced apps, puts more strain on the battery than easier tasks. Using these intense apps a lot can make the battery wear out quicker because it needs more power and gets hotter.