Question about extended batteries.Accessories


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  1. jes0212

    jes0212 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have been looking around online for a bigger battery than the stock one. I went to Ebay and found some seidio batteries. My question is when I searched "seidio droid incredible" I came up with the 1750mah battery that was also linked to the droid eris. Can all the droid eris batteries be used with the droid incredible??? Thanks.
     

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  2. DRW315

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    Batteries normally work with a variety of phone models, and I've seen the Seidio batteries you are talking about. As long as they list it as compatible with the Incredible you should be OK.

    These batteries I bought off of Amazon are listed to work for 8 different phones. (I just ordered them today so I don't have any feedback about them yet)
     
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    jes0212 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok I will check the link out. When you do have feedback can you please share it.?
     
  4. ChiTownJim

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    Those will most likely be between 1400-1550mah , possibly even lower . You're best bet is just to go with a HTC OEM (not knock off) 1500mah battery that can be found in the Touch Pro2, Hero, EVO and a few others.

    It's physically impossible to fit a 1800mah cell into the standard slim battery , even the Seidio 1750 is more along the lines of a 1550mah cell . Personally the Seidio is the best slim battery but the HTC1500 is the best bang for your buck , can be had new for under $15 then keep your stock battery as a back up.

    If you want an extended battery with the extended cover the best ones are the VZW2100 and by far the best is the Seidio 3500 . I happen to be selling both these $35 for the VZW2150 and $40 for the Seidio 3500
     
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    Sevreth Well-Known Member

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    Jim is right. Here is an article testing the seidio batteries and others against the HTC OEM battery. http://androidforums.com/incredible-accessories/119578-battery-testing-results.html

    You get so much more just buying HTC OEM batteries.

    I personally own the HTC 2150 battery and its really amazing. With my normal use, I get close to 3-4 days usage now. Even using it really heavy, it would take me 6-10 hours to drain it from full.

    -Sev
     
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    jes0212 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    jes0212 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Lol,no one will see it. That's the first good link that came up when i searched. Just making sure.... found a bunch for 9$. Thank u.
     

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