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Old August 23rd, 2013, 09:18 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by speede541 View Post
So if I can cram a bigger battery into a phone and not be offended by its size, why wouldn't I?
Cost could be a potential deterrent in choosing a phone with a larger battery over a smaller battery. But, since I ignored the whole size issue that comes with a larger battery, ignoring cost is fair.

I have a Samsung Droid Charge and it lives up to its namesake, as in "Charge as often as possible." Like you pointed out, between the charger in my car, the charger at work, and the charger next to my bed, my phone stays juiced. I live in a world of outlets and usb ports; a charge is always an arm's length away.

Constantly charging my Charge is doable, but it's still a bummer. I've been left high and dry at the most inopportune times. I'd be happy with a battery that lasts a whole day, given my typical phone usage. The idea of a phone that might last 2 or 3 days blows my mind.

Compared to my Charge, the Ultra is the Maxx. Compared to my Charge, the Maxx is --like-- a winged narwale.
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