Ich habe den Akku von Akku-King mit 1.800 mAh.
Da steht in der Produktbeschreibung: Überlade-, Hitze- und Kurzschlussschutz
Kompatibel ist der Hitzeschutz mit dem FP1(U) allerdings nicht. Mein Akku ist durchgängig 23 °C warm.
Für den Jubatec kann ich keine Aussage treffen. Die Bilder geben dafür nichts her und die Beschreibung ist auch sehr schwammig formuliert.
Die angegebenen 36 Monate Garantie sind im Ernstfall auch nicht viel Wert, wenn der Akku für 500 Ladzyklen angegeben ist.
Ich würde wohl auch jetzt wieder den Akku-King nehmen.
Die beiden Akkus, die ich von denen habe, erledigen bei uns jedenfalls ihre Aufgabe.
Das sogenannte CE-Zeichen ist übrigens KEIN SICHERHEITSMERKMAL und KEIN QUALITÄTSMERKMAL.
Der Hersteller bzw. Inverkehrbringer ist innerhalb der EU vielmehr dazu verpflichtet, SELBST zu erklären, dass das verkaufte Produkt den grundlegenden Anforderungen der EU entspricht.
Da wird also nichts vorher vom TÜV oder sonst einer Instituton getestet, geprüft, geschweige denn zertifiziert.
Just measuring a real FP2 battery would probably show it’s too long. I just roughly calculated/estimated its height from the iFixit photo and it should measure around 65-66 mm in height (FP1 battery: 61 mm).
UPDATE: By now I have been able to measure. The maximum extension (height) of the FP2 battery is 66 mm.
As a private person it’s okay to do all the testing of various replacement batteries and blow yourselves up? Nah, i just don’t agree. I really think the aftercare of FP1 needs improving (i don’t approve of the decision to stop., i consider it against your own principles). Fairphone is foregoing it’s own principles acting like a big company covering it’s own ass from incidents happening with the FP1 battery. I understand the choice, but it was not the choice in accordance with your principles / the fundaments of this tribe.
My hubbie just removed the battery out of my FP1 which was seriously jammed because of bloating
Via work (ministry) i landed myself a FP2, which serves me well. Only i promised the FP1 to my 8yr old son, who now has to go without. …his frst ventures with a phone. I am not buying him a phone, but i would like him to experience a good first phone…
Jong geleerd oud gedaan
I would not agree as well to blowing yourself up.
Therefor it’s good, that you don’t have to. The Huawei battery is being used - according to this forum - by a lot of people. My wife and me, we are using those in our FP1 since July and August 2017 without any problems.
And - as Samsung has proved beyond reasonable doubt - new and original batteries can blow up with lots of public appeal as well.
It is your decision of course, just from my experience I can only encourage you to reactivate your FP1 with one of the generic batteries! In my opinion the risk is no higher than with any other phone.
As to Fairphone acting against their principles:
I would say yes and no, if I got it right.
Yes, the promise of longevity and repairability (and software-updates) could not be kept any longer. The end of line for software updates was ultimately decided by the chip manufacturer.
When it comes to sustainability and protection of the environment it’s a bit different.
To keep batteries, displays etc. available, they would have had to find a manufacturer. That would have been possible.
To get the manufacturer produce a battery or a display, the order would have had to be big enough. So they would have had to order either (1) lots of devices or (2) a limited number of devices at quite high prices.
(1) would have lead to a lot of devices that in the end would have ended in recycling.
(2) would have lead to prices no one would have been willing to pay (go back to (1)) or a substantial financial loss for Fairphone, possibly ending the movement altogether.
As I see it, there really was no alternative, even if would have wished different for our two phones.