I bought Chinese (PRC) built copy of the HTC RHOD160 battery used on the Touchpro 2, Hero, EVO, etc (maybe I was drunk or something, I probably should have just bought the genuine HTC one). But since I had it, I decided to test it out. They never actually said what the capacity was. So I decided to try and measure the capacity (relative to the stock battery). I fully charged the stock battery, including the bump charge. I then put the phone in airplane mode, put the screen brightness on maximum and set the screen shut off time to 30minutes. I then ran Strobe Light for 30 minutes, and recorded the battery usage (using the battery widget-after the test it was at 89%). I then put in the new battery, let it drain completely, let it charge fully (w/ bump charge). I then ran the test again, (93%). Rounding this out, it suggests the capacity is around 1.25x the oem (1600 mah total). I'm not really happy with the methodology of this test, but atleast it looks bigger than the stock. I realized half-way through that I should be looking at the battery voltage, but I don't really want to rerun the test (I'd have to calibrate the phone 3 times in order to do it). So I'll just keep an I on the battery...if it runs very hot, or drains quickly I'll order the real HTC and return this one (or just eat the $7). And before I go, just a couple of observations. It's slightly bigger than the stock (you have to pinch along the entire edge to keep it from gapping). The back seems perfectly secure, and it doesn't mattery for me since I use a case. And It seems slightly heavier (ok, maybe 10 grams, at the most). Oh, and it shipped promptly, and I got it 4 business days after I bought it. So in summary, the battery doesn't seem as horrible as I could imagine. I'd still suggest you cough up the extra $6 for the real one.