Forumsee logo
Forumsee » Mobility » General » Read message
RSS: Subscribe to RSS

Why does Philips recommend 650 instead of 950mAH rechargeable batteries in landline phone handset?

Mobile Devices & Gadgets - AnandTech Forums - forums.anandtech.com
We have a Philips landline phones with wireless handsets and need to replace the rechargeable batteries in it. They came standard with 650mAh and after contacting them Philips recommend replacing them with 650 or 700mAh batteries and not 950mAh or bigger. They say the charging will be faster. While this makes sense, won't the 950mAh batteries give me longer standby time when the handset is not in the charging station?

Hope somebody can clarify this as this confuses me.

 
Date: Nov 23, 2017   


Tags


Last videos:

JIO F81E Black KEYPAD PHONES FLASH FILE OR TOOL and Hang Logo Unlock Password
JIO F81E Black KEYPAD PHONES FLASH FILE OR TOOL and Hang Logo Unlock Password
How to open OBI SF1 Replace the battery and charger cable
How to open OBI SF1 Replace the battery and charger cable
Panasonic T50 Frp Remove Without Any Box Or Software
Panasonic T50 Frp Remove Without Any Box Or Software
Caterpillar CAT S30 microphone replacement solution
Caterpillar CAT S30 microphone replacement solution
Samsung ADB Maker ALL Flash Version Support
Samsung ADB Maker ALL Flash Version Support
Samsung ADB Maker ALL Flash Version Support
Samsung ADB Maker ALL Flash Version Support
How to replace microphone in Caterpillar phone CAT S50
How to replace microphone in Caterpillar phone CAT S50
Manual open the Vivo Y53/Y55 phone from A to Z
Manual open the Vivo Y53/Y55 phone from A to Z
Cars ·
Travel ·
production-frontend
We use cookies for navigation analysis and personalized advertisement. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn more