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Mobile phones, digital cameras, tablets, and a variety of other electronic devices use batteries that can be recharged enabling them to be used again and again. Mobile phone batteries use up power depending on how much they are used, and what they are being used for. So, for example, if they are being used a lot to watch videos on, or play games with, they will run out quickly. If, however, they are only used to run the phone on standby, or for short calls and text messages, they can last for many days before needing to be recharged. Whatever the case, few people will find that a single charge lasts more than a couple of days, so being able to recharge the battery regularly is very important. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer, and these differ from non-OEM in several ways, primarily in where they are made, and who makes them.
Essentially, OEM batteries are batteries that are made by the same manufacturer that made the mobile phone itself. If, for example, someone buys a mobile phone manufactured by Sony, they will also receive a battery made by Sony as part of the package when they get their phone. If that battery starts to misbehave, and stops charging effectively, or even breaks completely, a replacement will be needed. If the replacement battery is made by the same company, so Sony in this example, then it is an OEM battery. Naturally, sellers and manufacturers will always recommend that replacement batteries are purchased directly from them. They do this to both generate more income for the company and create a higher degree of brand loyalty with the consume
Non-OEM batteries, on the other hand, are not made by the same manufacturer that made the phone. They are batteries that are made to work with certain models of phone, but are made be separate companies. These third party manufacturers can have no affiliation with the mobile phone provider or manufacturer, and will often be based in other countries. In most cases, while OEM batteries come from large mobile phone companies that are well known and well respected, non-OEM batteries are made by companies that are not so much in the public eye