I recenlty purchased a Dell Battery for Vostro 2520 (Part# 4YRJH/8NH55) 6 Cell Laptop Battery on Flipkart.
Thanks for responding but I don't think the vendor will ever claim it being a counterfeit product.
"Battery Cell Manufactured in Korea and assembled in China is printed on battery."
I ran the "BatteryInfoView" to verify the information and it says :
Battery Name DELL 7XFJJA2
Manufacture Name Samsung SDI
I tested it (100% to 10%) and it held out for a little more than 4 hours on battery test.
Any input ?
If that date code (843) is correct, the battery was made in 2008 -- meaning either it's been rebuilt with new cells, or it's B43 (in which case it was made in 2012).
That's a third party battery - it is made to look like a Dell OEM battery, but it's not. Presumably it was made in October 2016 -- but the "date code" simulation corresponds to April 2008.
It's not OEM -- it's third party.
How can you say it's third party ? Does Dell OEM battery comes with an exclusive Waranty Card ?
The one I purchased didn't include any warranty card but seller is providing Dell Limited 90 Days Warranty and 10 Days Replacement.
The font on the label is the tip-off -- additionally the year/month field is not put on Dell batteries that way. That three digit field is the date code -- 843 means 2008-April-3. It could be a "refurbished" battery - or completely third party - at any rate, Dell batteries sold by Dell carry a 1-year warranty. Your battery is through your supplier - not Dell (NO batteries carry a Dell warranty unless sold directly by Delll, in fact).
This is decidedly NOT an OEM battery (though it does use Samsung cells, at least from your descriptor).