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Old November 7th, 2011, 10:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thinking about passing on the Rezound and keeping the Bolt. Now need opinions about the right extended battery to go with. I have my eyes on only 2. The after market 3500mah and the htc 2750mah. Which is best to get the best out of the battery? I don"t care about the price, only quality. Please sound off if You have experiences with either or have heard the good, bad, and or ugly. Which and why? I thank you in advance, Thunderbolt Fam. Please excuse the bold type...

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i would just go with the HTC one. haven't heard anything bad about it.

the aftermarket ones probably work as well, but who knows if it is really 3500mah or not (damn thats huge)

i personally have an off brand 1750mah slim battery. it is the same as the stock one. not any better/worse. i have heard the same about the siedio one as well.
i charge mine up, and slip in in my pocket. once the stock one runs out (after about 12 hours) i put the new one in. phone is still thin, and light enough to not bother me and the swap takes 2 minutes.
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