We’re talking about swapping batteries in about five seconds with a Samsung Galaxy Note8 battery.
That’s what a professional battery-swapper in San Jose, California, did when he tried to swap out his battery for the one he bought at Best Buy.
And that’s what Samsung’s new Note8 batteries can do for you too, just with a few simple steps.
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The Samsung Note8 is Samsung’s flagship phone that has a large 5.7-inch screen and the company’s latest smartphone.
The Note8 has a 6,000mAh battery that can be used up to 3 days of full charge.
The Samsung Galaxy Notes 8 battery is rated at up to 80 hours of battery life and comes with a removable battery, which can be swapped for a more powerful battery if needed.
The battery swap takes a few minutes and requires you to connect a USB cable and a USB charging port, which is the simplest way to swap the batteries.
It’s also the easiest way to charge up a Note8 without needing to carry around a charger, as the Note8’s micro USB port is located on the back of the phone.
There are some limitations to the swap process.
If you want to charge the battery at a higher power setting, you’ll need to use a charger that has the power-boost feature.
Otherwise, you can use a USB 3.0 to 3.1 adapter and use that.
If you’re on a budget, Samsung will also sell you the charger, which includes a USB-C port.
But you’ll have to buy one from Samsung directly or get a special deal from Best Buy to get the USB-T chargers.
There’s no word on whether this deal is available for all Note8s.
To get started, head over to the Samsung’s official website and you’ll be able to select a phone to swap.
You’ll be given the options to swap a Samsung Note 8 battery for an LG V30 or LG V60 battery, as well as the option to swap an LG G6 or Samsung Galaxy G6 Plus battery.
Once you’ve selected the phone you want, Samsung has put together a quick tutorial on how to swap your battery.
It can be a bit confusing at first, but once you follow the instructions, you should have no problems with the process.
The easiest way is to use the phone’s charging port to charge it up, then the phone will automatically swap battery for another one.
To charge it, just plug the phone in and it will automatically turn on.
The process should take no more than five minutes, but it’s important to keep in mind that swapping batteries can result in your phone catching fire.
If it does, just wait a couple of minutes before recharging it.
This is one of the best ways to use your Note8.
It will last a long time and you won’t have to carry with you the phone that was stolen.