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1. | May 18, 2014
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2. | Jun 11, 2013
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3. | May 4, 2013
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4. | May 2, 2013
COUNTERFEIT! I bought this thuogrh Amazon as a Prime customer. So the item shipped directly from Amazon not a 3rd party. THE BATTERY IS A COUNTERFEIT! It is not a genuine Motorola battery. It looks extremely similar to the battery that came with the phone, but there are a number of slight differences. First it does not have the correct Genuine Motorola battery holographic logo strip, it is similar but the wrong size and logo. The second is its missing a feature on the back of the battery that you can feel on the original battery and is not present on the fake. It looks very close to the real thing but is a counterfeit. When i put it into my phone a message came up on the screen letting me know that it was NOT a genuine Motorola battery and that it would not charge it. So I couldn't even use it because the phone will not charge it. I did some research and found reports that their are estimated 10 million counterfeit Motorola batteries on the market world wide. Since they look so similar the only way to know if its real or counterfeit for sure is for your phone to tell you.