2013-02-28

Rapid Charging Can Decrease Your Battery’s Lifespan, Is that true???

Article cited from http://lifehacker.com by Batterybay.net
BATTERIESMany USB chargers provide additional power to charge batteries faster. Less waiting is a clear draw, but many say doing so reduces battery life. Technically it does, but not enough to really matter. Green energy site Green Batteries explains:
For practical purposes with batteries that are designed to be quick charged, for example, Sanyo, GP, POWERhaus, that is not true. It is important to use a battery charger that has been specifically designed to rapid charge NiMH cells. Actually there is a much greater likely hood of reducing the life of a NiMH battery by using an "overnight" charger than by using a smart fast charger. Overnight chargers rely on the fact that you will unplug them after a number of hours. If you forget to unplug them they can continue to charge the batteries longer than they should. Overcharging WILL reduce the life of batteries. From a strictly technical sense, a battery that is always slow charged will likely last a little longer than one that is always rapid charged. However, the difference is so small that it is not likely to be noticeable for most users.
Basically, stop charging when your device has reached capacity if you want to preserve the battery's life (as we've noted before). If you can't monitor this manually (as most of us can't when we're sleeping), a power-conserving charger can help (such as the Belkin Conserve series). Either way, don't worry so much about fast charging—just unplug your device when after you're done.

Silicone Case for Blackberry Z10 Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79


- Capdase design this soft silicone case frame for Blackberry Z10 
- Soft silicone case offer extra protection for your mobile device from everyday scratch and possible damage
- Zero-dust technology applied, dirt free surface for the silicone case
- Precisely fit as designed by Capdase professional engineer team
- Fine finishing,making this case look more cool
- Exclusively Compatible with: Blackberry Z10
- FREE Screen Protector included in the pacakge

2013-02-27

Silicone Case for Nokia Lumia 820 Released

Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79




- Capdase design this soft silicone case frame for Nokia Lumia 820 
- Soft silicone case offer extra protection for your mobile device from everyday scratch and possible damage
- Zero-dust technology applied, dirt free surface for the silicone case
- Precisely fit as designed by Capdase professional engineer team
- Fine finishing,making this case look more cool
- Exclusively Compatible with: Nokia Lumia 820
- FREE Screen Protector included in the pacakge


Musk Explains Solution for Boeing's Batteries

2013-02-26

Silicone Case for Nokia Lumia 920 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79


- Capdase design this soft silicone case frame for Nokia Lumia 920 
- Soft silicone case offer extra protection for your mobile device from everyday scratch and possible damage
- Zero-dust technology applied, dirt free surface for the silicone case
- Precisely fit as designed by Capdase professional engineer team
- Fine finishing,making this case look more cool
- Exclusively Compatible with: Nokia Lumia 920
- FREE Screen Protector included in the pacakge


Difference Engine: Air apparent

Article cited from http://www.economist.com by Batterybay.net



DESPITE their excellent fuel economy, squeaky-clean exhausts and generous government subsidies, electric vehicles have failed to catch on with the motoring public. Fewer than 10,000 pure electrics (less than 0.1% of new-car sales) trickled onto the roads of America in 2012. And that was their best year ever.

Customers continue to be put off by a not unreasonable fear of being stranded by the roadside when the vehicle’s battery pack goes flat, miles from home or the nearest recharging station. Fully charged, pure electrics have a range of typically 75 miles (120km) or so—though Tesla’s $90,000 top-of-the-range Model S, with its 85 kilowatt-hour battery, can officially clock 265 miles on a single charge.

Hybrid cars are a different matter. Having a petrol engine coupled to an electric motor (or two) allows them to recharge their batteries while on the move. Regenerative brakes help the engine-driven generator keep the battery topped up. Their freedom from “range anxiety” has made hybrids like the Toyota Prius a popular choice, especially in California where they enjoy additional subsidies and benefits on the freeways.

Lacking the ability to recharge themselves puts electric vehicles at the mercy of their battery capacity. Invariably, that is a trade-off between weight and cost. In terms of energy density, the most popular battery technology to emerge over the past 20 years is the powerful but temperamental lithium-ion cell—in the news lately for causing fires on board Boeing’s latest passenger jet, the 787 Dreamliner. All 50 Dreamliners currently in service have been grounded as a result, and deliveries of new aircraft halted while air-safety experts try to fathom the cause of the lithium-ion battery fires (see "Difference Engine: An innovation too far", January 28th).

Theory suggests lithium-ion cells should be able to store a little over 400 watt-hours of energy per kilogram. They currently pack about half that and cost around $500 per kilowatt-hour of capacity. A pure electric car like the Nissan Leaf needs 24 kilowatt-hours of electrical storage to travel 75 miles or so on a single charge. That suggests its lithium-ion battery costs around $12,000—in other words, about 40% of the vehicle’s price before tax breaks.

To rid themselves of range anxiety, electric cars need batteries three or four times better. In an ideal world, they would store as much energy per kilogram as the hydrocarbon fuel used in a conventional car. The energy density of petrol is approximately 13 kilowatt-hours per kilogram. After accounting for all the losses in the engine and driveline, the energy available at the wheels for propelling a petrol-engined car is typically no more than 1.7 kilowatt-hours per kilogram of fuel.

As the numbers indicate, the lithium-ion battery—at least in its present form—cannot compete. Some battery researchers believe there are gains still to be had from lithium-ion chemistry. May be. But many are sceptical about claims that a doubling of the cell’s energy density and a halving of its cost is feasible.

But even if the sceptics are proved wrong, a lithium-ion battery offering twice the range would still fall well short of petrol’s performance. And electric-car owners would continue to suffer from range anxiety, even more so than ordinary motorists facing a fuel gauge showing a tank almost empty: the nearest petrol station is usually just a mile or two away; recharging stations for electric vehicles are far fewer and farther apart. At least for electric vehicles, then, lithium-ion would seem to have reached the end of the road.

The only battery technology that comes close to matching the energy density of petrol is lithium-ion’s close cousin, the perpetually promising lithium-air cell. In theory, at least, this can deliver up to 12 kilowatt-hours per kilogram.

Even if only half that were ever achieved commercially, it is not unreasonable to expect something like 1.7 kilowatt-hours per kilogram to be available at an electric vehicle’s driven wheels—given the far greater efficiency of electric motors and their transmission systems. In a “well-to-wheels” comparison, the overall efficiency of an electric vehicle (25%) is twice that of a car powered by an internal combustion engine (12%). The electric vehicle is arguably cleaner, too.

Long before Sony introduced the first commercial lithium-ion battery in 1991, lithium-air was being touted as ideal for electric vehicles. That was back in the 1970s, following the first of the oil shocks that tripled petroleum prices and sent carmakers scurrying for alternative fuels and better energy-storage systems.

It took less than 20 years for lithium-ion, despite its thermal instability problems, to go from powering laptops, phones and other portable devices, to becoming the leading contender for heavy-duty applications such as electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and even aircraft. So why has it taken twice as long for lithium-air—an even lighter and more powerful storage technology—to make it barely out of the laboratory?

The short answer is the difficulty in building lithium-air cells that can be recharged thousands of times. While the battery in a mobile phone is expected to last no more than two to three years (say, 1,000 recharging cycles at most) before the phone is tossed for a later model, motorists expect electric vehicles to come with at least 100,000-mile warranties on their batteries (say, 3,000 recharging cycles at the very least).

If maintained properly, lithium-ion batteries can manage that without too much difficulty. As they stand, lithium-air batteries cannot. After 40 years of development, the life of rechargeable lithium-air cells tends to be measured at best in terms of a few hundred, rather than several thousand, charging cycles. 

The key to lithium-air’s high energy density is the way it dispenses with the heavy metal cathode of its lithium-ion cousin, and uses instead a lightweight porous electrode made of carbon that breathes oxygen from the air. On discharge, an electrolyte grabs positively charged lithium ions from the anode and transports them to the cathode, where they combine with the oxygen to form lithium peroxide. Meanwhile, electrons flow in an external circuit from the anode to the cathode, powering an electric motor or other equipment on the way.  

Though theory says it should, the lithium peroxide is reluctant to do the reverse (replate the anode with lithium metal and return the borrowed oxygen to the air) when a current is applied externally—ie, when charging, rather than discharging, the cell. Why that should be so has stumped researchers for decades, and is one of the reasons why lithium-air has failed to fulfill its promise.

Lately, however, unsuspected reactions have been detected between the lithium ions and the electrolyte as well as with the carbon in the cathode. Such clues have helped researchers choose different electrolytes, membranes and electrode materials that promise to endow lithium-air batteries with far longer recharging lives.

No question there has been as much hype as hope among lithium-air’s hard-core supporters. But those championing rival chemistries—including zinc-air as well as lithium-ion—have been guilty of belittling lithium-air’s genuine advances, while making pie-in-the-sky promises of their own.

Inevitably, the back-biting is all about money for research—especially from the ARPA-E programme established recently by the Department of Energy (DoE). Endowed with $400m of economic-stimulus money, ARPA-E is a clone of the Pentagon’s hugely successful Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). For over half a century, DARPA has made a name for itself by backing bold ideas facing entrenched opposition and long gestation periods. The internet was one of the agency’s early successes. The F-117 stealth fighter was another.

Last November ARPA-E announced some 66 grants worth a total of $130m for “transformational” changes in energy research. The largest award, amounting to $4.5m, went to PolyPlus Battery Company, a 30-person firm in Berkeley, California, that spun out of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the 1990s. Earlier last year PolyPlus also won a $9m grant from the DoE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office, to build a pilot line for making its special “protected lithium electrodes”. The process encases the lithium anode with a ceramic membrane that allows lithium ions to pass through but is impervious to liquids or gases.

Protecting the lithium electrode this way changes everything. For a start, it allows freer use of aqueous electrolytes. Normally, water is the last thing that should be allowed near lithium. As readers may recall from their school chemistry class, the metal ignites on contact and burns furiously. For decades, non-aqueous electrolytes (mainly carbonates, ethers, esters and other organic compounds) were used in lithium batteries for that very reason. Lack of an efficient electrolyte has been another reason for lithium-air's slow development.

The protection technology has even made it possible to use seawater instead of air as a source of oxygen—like the gills of a fish. With an eye on the marine market, PolyPlus has already built a lithium-seawater battery that puts out 1,300 watt-hours per kilogram—three times more than lithium-ion’s theoretical maximum. The company’s long-term goal is to use this know-how to advance its own lithium-air system. PolyPlus’s first commercial applications are destined for consumer electronics. Later, when the the number of recharging cycles is high enough, the plan is to tackle the electric-vehicle market.

PolyPlus will not be alone. Last month, Toyota agreed to share its battery know-how with BMW, in exchange for a steady supply of modern diesel engines from 2014 onwards. The collaboration includes the development of an advanced lithium-air battery as well as a new fuel-cell for vehicles Toyota plans to start selling in 2015.

Meanwhile, IBM’s Battery 500 Project, launched in 2009 at the company’s Almaden research laboratory in San Jose, California, aims to develop a lithium-air battery capable of propelling a car 500 miles on a single charge. Like PolyPlus, much of the research has focused on finding the most appropriate electrolyte and developing a membrane that can filter pure, dry oxygen from the atmosphere.

IBM is not doing this out of idle curiosity. Like everyone else bidding for a piece of the business, it truly believes there will be a seriously large market for advanced traction batteries once they have the storage density to rival petrol and are capable of providing years of trouble-free motoring. When will that be? The consensus is early in the next decade.

Comment from Batterybay.net:
Lithium -Air Battery is now targeting the usage of battery on vehicle propelling. As its juicy features on electric capacity and the increasing demand of battery capacity on mobile phone, we really hope that IBM's research company can one day down size the Lithium-air battery to a portable size for being used in mobile phone. If this wish become real, the mobile phone development will be moved to another level or can be called next generation!! We are so excited to see this from happening.

2013-02-25

Battery for Honeywell 3820, 3820i, 4820 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $42.79

- Capacity: 2000mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: 100000495, S-L-0526-E, 013283, 30000770

2013-02-23

Extended Battery for Samsung SPH-M950, Galaxy Reverb Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $19.79

- Capacity: 3600mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: EB485159LA

2013-02-22

Battery for Sony Ericsson Xperia MT27, Xperia MT27i, Pepper, Xperia Sola Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $32.79

- Capacity: 1260mAh 
- Li-PL battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: AGPB009-A002, 1253-1155.2

Samsung's Galaxy S4 to be launched on March 14


Article cited from http://www.emirates247.com by Smartphonebay.net


Korean major is working hard to ensure that S4 is a cut above the iPhone5 and takes on the Blackberry Z10

Electronics giant Samsung will launch its next generation smartphone the Galaxy S4 on March 14, it has been revealed.
Although rumour mill has it that the Galaxy S4 launch will be held at an event in New York, Samsung continues to be tightlipped. Senior company officials refused to comment on the issue and only said that several new phones will be launched this year starting April.
Specification wise, Samsung is working hard to ensure that the Galaxy S4 is a cut above the iPhone5 and takes on the Blackberry Z10.
Woo Jun, Director of Telecommunications Group at Samsung Gulf, had confirmed to Emirates 24l7 that the next phone will have a better display compared to the S3.
While the S3 came with a 4.8 inch display, the S4 is expected to go bigger with a 4.99 inch full HD 1080 Super AMOLED display and with a display density of 441 dpi.
However, it is now being said that Samsung might go back to Qualcom for its processors following difficulties with its own Exynos 5 Octa processor.
Samsung had earlier announced its own in-house mobile chip with 8 cores dubbed Octa Corer and it was obviously expected to be included in the forthcoming new phones. While the Galaxy S3 was powered by the Exynos 4412, the eight core Exynos 5 is of much more advanced technology in terms of speed and functionality. But it is now being said that the Exynos 5 Octa and other ARM Cortex-A15 Exynos chips are facing issues with regard to power consumption and temperature, forcing Samsung to opt for Qualcom’s Snapdragon 600 chipset, similar to what is being used in the HTC One.
The Galaxy S4 is also expected to come with a 2 GB RAM, a 13 megapixels rear camera and a choice of 16, 32 or 32 GB onboard memory.
Meanwhile sales figures for Samsung S3 has been impressive with 18 million units sold during the third quarter of 2012 and 15.4 million during the fourth quarter of 2012
Comment on Smartphonebay.net Staff:
We also expect Galaxy S4 is having specification that is a cut above the iPhone5 and takes on the Blackberry Z10. But the major concern is their price when considering their marketing strategy. In the competition during the time of Galaxy S4 launch, it will be a market with iOS, Android from other mobile producer like Nokia, Motorola, Google, HTC and also the Window mobile. Will Galaxy S4 still be the king mobile in the next round of competition? We are very excited to see the competition coming in March this year!!

2013-02-21

Battery for Nokia Lumia 820, Lumia 820.2, Arrow, Lumia 825


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1650mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BP-5T

2013-02-20

Battery for Nokia Lumia 810, Lumia 822 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1400mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BP-4W

2013-02-19

Battery for Lenovo A600e Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1800mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BL206

GreenPower – Battery Saving App for Android


Article cited from http://www.androidsocialmedia.com by Batterybay.net
The smartest smartphone is only as good as it has energy. And whilst we have seen some development to improve battery life, most devices are still at the “one day of most peoples’ use” point. So what can we do to help that doesn’t involve changing how we use our handset or buying accessories?
One of the solutions that I’ve used is GreenPower, available either as a free or Premium (£1.90) app from the Google Play Store. The free version allows you to enable and disable mobile data and WiFi. GreenPower also has the ability to control the AutoSync settings and to force the device to synchronize when the Internet connection is enabled. The basic set up has the Internet connection on when the screen is on and off when the screen is off. When the screen is off, the app can periodically enable the Internet connection to synchronize your accounts or you can elect to keep the Internet connection off if you prefer.
GreenPower Free's setup screen.
The premium version adds Bluetooth control, including the ability to turn it on during calls and off afterwards, specific app control and a Night Mode in addition to the standard Day Mode.
Setting up the application is easy. There are a lot of functions available even in the free version but I’m pleased to write that the developer, Gaël Pouzerate, has written the application to work well right out of the box. The key thing to change are how often you want the device to go online when it is not in use.
The application is intelligently written and has some great features, including how it will check to see if there is internet activity before shutting the connection down. This means if you send an email and then immediately lock the handset, your email will be sent before the connection is closed. If you use GreenPower to manage the WiFi radio, you can tell the device to turn the WiFi radio off after a given period of time if it does not find a known WiFi hotspot.
The only issue I have found with the default configuration is associated with how free WiFi hotspots work. If your device recognizes a WiFi hotspot but you have to click a button on a website to sign in, when the WiFi radio is shut down, the hot spot forgets about your device. This means that when you use the device again, you need to re-sign in again. This is not GreenPower’s fault but something to bear in mind if you use free hotspots a lot – Gaël has added an option to keep your WiFi on if the device is already connected to a hotspot.
Another issue I have come across, which again is not GreenPower’s fault, is how long it takes for the device to pair up to a wireless hands free or car kit when Bluetooth is activated. Sometimes, this is too long and the call is sent to voicemail before the user can answer it.
My final observations with a power saving application such as GreenPower is that it will not work for everybody. For the user constantly checking their device to see if there are any messages, causing GreenPower to cycle on and off the radios, this will not save battery and may even hurt battery life. Conversely, for somebody who spends a lot of time driving, having the Internet connection shut down when moving helps save a lot of battery, especially if the ‘phone is paired up to a Bluetooth hands free kit and it is fast enough to connect up to handle an incoming call.

2013-02-18

Battery for Nokia 800, Lumia 800, Lumia 800C, Sea Ray, N9, N9-00 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $25.79

- Capacity: 1450mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BV-5JW

2013-02-16

Extended Battery for LG F120, F120L, F120K Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $18.79

- Capacity: 3100mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BL-49PH, EAC61858601, EAC61858601 AAC

2013-02-15

Extended Battery for Alcatel OT-918D, One Touch 918D Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1650mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: CAB32A0001C1, TLiB5AB

2013-02-14

Battery for Acer Liquid Z110 Dou, Z110 Releaesd


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1300mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BA-Z1-001

2013-02-13

Extended Battery for HTC HD7, HD7s, HD3, T9292, T9295, PD29110 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $14.79

- Capacity: 1300mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: BA S460, BA S540, BD29100, 35H00143-01M, 35H00154-01M

2013-02-12

Battery for Huawei Ascend D LTE, U9501L, Ascend D, U9510, U9510I Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $13.79

- Capacity: 1500mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: HB5T1H

2013-02-08

LCD Screen for Motorola Droid Bionic 4G, XT875 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $30.79

- Repair parts for Motorola mobile
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Motorola Droid Bionic 4G, XT875

2013-02-07

LCD Screen for Motorola Fire XT531 is Available Now

Selling at Smartphnonebay.net: USD $22.79




- Repair parts for Motorola mobile
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Motorola Fire XT531


2013-02-06

LCD Screen for Nokia Lumia 920 Available Now

Selling at Smartphnonebay.net: USD $195.79



- Repair parts for Nokia mobile
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Nokia Lumia 920


Lunar New Year Holiday Announcement - Xell Telecom

Dear Valued Customer,


Please be informed that 9 to 14 February 2013, is the public holiday in Hong Kong being Lunar New Year's Day.

Our office and operations will be closed. All order arrive via the website Xell.hk, Smartphonebay.net and Batterybay.net on 9 February 2013 to 14January will be processed on 15 February 2013 morning as usual. All email enquiries during the holiday period will be replied on 15 February 2013.

Normal operations will resume on 20 February 2013 (Tuesday).
Thanks again for your continual support on Xell Telecom. We will work to the better service and maintain a excellent service quality to our customer in the coming Year of Snake. Wish our valued customers all the best in live and career.


Regards,
Cathy Liu
Logistic Manager
Xell Telcom

2013-02-05

LCD Screen for Samsung Galaxy Note II 2, N7100 (Assemble With Digitizer) Released


Selling at Smartphnonebay.net: USD $297.79


- Repair parts for Samsung mobile
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Samsung Galaxy Note II 2, N7100 (Assemble With Digitizer)


2013-02-04

Wine for Linux is going mobile: You will soon be able to run Windows apps on Android


Article cited from http://thenextweb.com by Smartphonebay.net
Wouldn’t it be great if you could run Windows applications on your Android smartphone or tablet? Well, that may one day be a reality, and the person who is working on the new project is the best man for the job. That’s right: Wine for Android is coming.
For those who don’t know, Wine (WINdows Emulator or Wine Is Not an Emulator) is an open source application that allows applications designed for Windows to run on Unix operating systems such as Linux (there are also ports to OS X, FreeBSD, and Solaris). The project features the software library Winelib, against which developers can compile Windows applications to help port them to Linux.
The Wine software is being ported to Google’s mobile operating system by Alexandre Julliard, the original developer behind the project. Julliard, who is employed by CodeWeavers to work on Wine, briefly showed off Wine on Android on Sunday in Brussels.
According to a report from Phoronix, performance was horrendously slow, but this was simply because Wine was running on an emulated Android environment, rather than on an actual device: “Julliard uses an Apple MacBook for development of his software that runs on Linux to run Windows software… Android was emulated for his demo.”
Nevertheless, this is definitely a formidable start:
image 730x547 Wine for Linux is going mobile: You will soon be able to run Windows apps on Android
While Wine for Android likely won’t be release-ready for quite some time, the fact that Julliard already has a working version is impressive and promising. Android users have been asking about getting Wine running on Android for years, and now it’s finally something that is possible.
Comment from Smartphonebay.net staff:
Wine is a breakthrough not only technological but also a breakthrough of physiological barrier for those users who think window is the only OS for laptop computer. And now, Android can do that with the help of "Wine". Once the "Wine" project finally completed, Android's market share will probably pop to another sky high level and may become the head of the OS market. We mus keep watching this project progress closely in the future for grabbing the market trend in the coming two years time!!

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