Dallas,Texas (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
The OnTrion line of standard and extended mobile phone batteries is pleased to have earned the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) endorsement. This recognition, which attests to the OEM-quality battery line’s superiority, is just the latest in a long list of reasons smartphone users should consider an OnTrion battery over a generic one.
OnTrion earned the FCC’s approval thanks to its consistent manufacturing of mobile phone batteries with the correct milliamperes (mAmp) as stated on its packages. This rigid adherence to its own exacting standards is attributable to a high level of quality assurance. Because the company has its own testing laboratory, it is able to check the output on each and every battery before it reaches the marketplace.
In a March 2011 feature titled “Make Your Android Battery Last Longer!” PC World recommended not only charging one’s smartphone battery constantly but also carrying a spare. The article went on to suggest “picking up a spare battery or two for your device, so you can swap them out when one is drained.” In a follow-up report titled “Why Your Smartphone Battery Sucks,” the publication warned that battery life is only going to become more of an issue as consumers continue to switch “over to superfast 4G networks.”
That they’ll need one at some point is almost a given, but what kind of backup battery should mobile phone users have on standby? To “Get the best out of your smartphone,” Living Digital 2.0 stresses, “Use only genuine replacement batteries (fake ones can also melt or burst).” OnTrion spokesperson Jesse Khurana adds this to those risks: “Many generic mobile phone batteries come with fake mAmp numbers listed on their packaging. When tested, such batteries’ output is frequently 20 to 30 percent less than what is claimed on the label.”
To help consumers make the right cell phone battery choice, OnTrion has opened its mobile phone battery testing lab in Dallas, Texas (http://www.ontrion.com/lab) to the public. The company will verify (or disprove, as the case may be) the output of any smartphone battery free of charge.
For more information on how to arrange a complimentary assessment of your smartphone battery’s mAmp power claims, contact Jesse Khurana toll-free at (877)676-0877. To explore all the branded FCC-approved mobile phone batteries and accessories OnTrion has to offer, visit the company online at http://www.ontrion.com or stop by one of the company’s authorized distributors.
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