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Battery replacement Internet store says that SNN 5794A is interchangeable with the battery that is in my RAZR - SNN 5696B, but the contacts don't seem to line up - is this true?

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Re: battery replacement - Motorola Mobility RAZR V3 Cell Phones

Yes it is true

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