What is Samsung NFC battery?
For some models, the battery includes the NFC (Near Field Communication) antenna. Using a non-Samsung battery where the model has the NFC antenna built-in to the battery may mean that NFC will stop working.
Does Samsung do free battery replacement?
visit the nearest Samsung Support Centre to have your device checked. Depending on your device’s warranty, you may qualify for a free battery replacement. We may notify you through a device pop-up message that your battery requires replacement.
How much does it cost to replace Galaxy Note 5 battery?
NOTE: Samsung will replace a faulty battery free-of-charge if your Galaxy Note is still covered under its standard 12-month warranty….How much does Galaxy Note battery replacement cost?
|BATTERY REPLACEMENT PRICE
|Genius Phone Repair
|$25 to $95
Does NFC require battery?
Well, we’ve already established that NFC readers supply power and read data from passive tags. In order to achieve this, NFC readers need a power source to pass an electric current through a coil of their own. This generates an alternating magnetic field in the reader’s immediate vicinity.
Does NFC drain battery?
Like all phone services, running NFC does have a drain on the battery. However, the effect on battery life is negligible if it’s only running in the background. If you don’t use NFC, you can save your battery life by turning it off.
How long does a Samsung Note 5 battery last?
21 hours battery life with 3.5 hours screen time…mostly used for snapchat,facebook and instagram…. wifi on only when in use. In my Note 5 phone, the charge can withstand only 3.83 hrs for web browsing. my note 5 battery life is 16 to 17 hours with 4 n half hour of screen on time.
Is it OK to leave NFC on?
NFC needs to be turned on before you can use the service. If you’re not planning to use NFC, it’s recommended that you turn it off to save battery life and avoid possible security risks. While NFC is considered safe, some security experts advise switching it off in public places where it may be vulnerable to hackers.