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How do I say ' my cellphone is about to die' in Spanish?

1.* Celular acaba de morir*

Any alternatives?

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In cuba we also say mi celular se fue del parque/ o pasó a mejor vida...pero creo que solo lo entenderan en cuba –  Emilio Gort Dec 28 '13 at 7:38

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Para completar las respuestas anteriores, en España se dice

mi móvil no tiene batería

o

a mi móvil se le está acabando la batería

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Se le acaba la pila al móvil. // Se acaba la pila de mi móvil.

o bien

La batería del celular se está acabando.

A mi celular/móvil le queda (muy) poca batería.

I would use neither mi celular acaba de morir nor mi celular se está muriendo, although some people do.

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En mi pais nosotros decimos bateria, decimos pila solamente cuando nos referimos a las AA o AAA –  Emilio Gort Dec 28 '13 at 17:52

Here in Chile is very common "Mi celular está muriendo" meaning that your cell phone is running out of battery. I know it is absolutely informal but widespread.

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That is a common expresion in Perú too. –  Ricardo Dec 31 '13 at 2:24

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