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Battery problems emerge in Samsung Galaxy S4?

October 12, 2013 at 1:36 am | News Desk

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Just six month after the launch, reports say that users of Samsung Galaxy S4 are facing battery problems with their devices.

German site MobiFlip cites a trusted source working at an operator as saying that they are currently getting a lot of support requests for the battery.

Apparently, as many 30 percent of Galaxy S4′s that were sold are experiencing issues with the battery, such as swelling and inability to hold a charge for long, reports Sammobile.

Batteries showing reduced performance is a normal occurrence, but that usually happens after a device has been used for more than a year or so.

Thanks to the removable back plate, users can easily exchange the faulty battery for a new one, but they shouldn’t need to be doing this just six months after buying a brand new phone.

The issue seems to be limited to only one country for now, so it’s possibly a case of poor quality assurance on a particular batch of batteries, but it’s something Samsung nonetheless needs to look into.

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