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    Battery Issue

    http://imgur.com/t7n0Xy5
    http://imgur.com/GYoxafI

    I bought my s5 two days aago and it seems to have come with a bad battery. I feel like it is dying way faster than it should. Any opinions are greatly appreciated. Tha know you!

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    *thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragefury View Post
    http://imgur.com/t7n0Xy5
    http://imgur.com/GYoxafI

    I bought my s5 two days aago and it seems to have come with a bad battery. I feel like it is dying way faster than it should. Any opinions are greatly appreciated. Tha know you!

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    *thank you
    Well, that sure looks like a faulty battery to me, better option would be walking out over the nearest support and change it ! This is not supposed to be something which needs to be experienced with a new device !


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    Definitely you have faulty battery, since it would be in Warranty condition so you can claim out the new one.



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    If the s5 is anything like the s4 that seems about par for the course for everyone I know.



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    I agree that the battery discharge seems to be pretty fast there. And I echo the recommendations to bring it back either for a replacement phone or replacement battery. Ultimately if they can't satisfy you, since it's only been 2 days it seems short enough that you could ultimately say, "I don't like this product at all, because it's not up to standards of operation, so I'd like to choose an entirrely different product."



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    Hmmm, I thought this was a new issue, hmm, then I saw the date, it was an old post.. :P



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    Quote Originally Posted by djnoslee View Post
    Hmmm, I thought this was a new issue, hmm, then I saw the date, it was an old post.. :P
    I always seem to forget to check that Well at least it wasn't like a 5 year old thread ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by rtmistler View Post
    I always seem to forget to check that Well at least it wasn't like a 5 year old thread ...
    You have a point.. hahaha, I do sometimes forget about it also.. Signs of aging maybe. Lol!



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    If you got a warranty then you should go to the nearest store and replace it.



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