Question about Nokia Cell Phones
There is a possibility that the battery you purchased was a "compatible" only and not the real OEM part, this battery may have lower amp and voltage on it so no mattery how long you leave it charged it can only store and give out limited amount of power to the phone that why your phone only monitors a low power input.
you can contacts a certified Nokia dealer and ask for an original OEM battery for a 6500, not a compatible one or what most people call the A grade. if it is possible look for a battery that was made in finland this may be a little bit more expensive than your regular battery but they will hold longer.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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