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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mg4android, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. mg4android

    mg4android Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I've used the standard battery, 1750 Sedico and now I have gotten the 3500ma Seidco .

    I have to say the 1750 was NOT much better than the one that came with the Incredible but

    the GOOD news is the Sedico 3500ma can acutally last me a full day even with decent usage !!!!

    It is very nice never having to worry about carry the charger around anymore.

    It definitely worth it so I would recommend this to any other Incredible user.

  2. Phydeaux

    Phydeaux Android Enthusiast

    This thread could also have been named "Ugliest Battery".

    Just something for people to consider before pulling the trigger and buying this. ;)
  3. mg4android

    mg4android Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Photos are misleading . I physically have it and it doesn't look that much bigger plus the way the back sits makes it very comfortable when your holding it.

    It really makes a huge difference in how you can use your phone when you know you dont have to worry about running out of battery charge or where the charge cord is.

    Anyway ever one has there own opinion . I was just trying to tell you how I personally thought have the extra charge makes a big difference.

    Hope that helps.
  4. I totally disagree... I like the shape and weight of the phone even better than before... it stays in your hand better. With the old/original battery I had to "grip" the phone... albeit lightly but consciously. Now it stays in the hand with little to no effort.

    Yup... I have the DINC Seidio 3500 also and like it's predecessor in my xv6800, it rocks... a day of abuse and no worries. Internet radio streaming over the speaker, many mail accounts, web, lots of phone calls... just keeps going and well enough that I do not have to worry about it... just charge at the end of day.

    A little off topic but... another thing about my DINC... I have dropped it to the cement at least 5 times... not a scratch or problem. Think I'll add a PTL to that.
  5. ericreinhardt

    ericreinhardt Member

    I ordered the extended battery from Verizon and I am going to return it. Just ungly with back plate. I have the 1750 which lasts me a day so I am more than satisfied. The best part is with the 1750 battery no problem fitting in my pocket and well looks like what the incredible is suppose to look at.

  6. yojoe600

    yojoe600 Android Expert

    im fine with a 1300 battery and cant stand to pay that much for another or have that big ass back soo i just learned how to conserve batter and im fine for a full day... and i text all day
  7. sabrewings

    sabrewings Android Expert

    I use my phone how I want and I have the 1500mAh HTC battery. Just charge it every night, not during the day. The best battery is the one that doesn't add unneeded bulk.
  8. sharper4

    sharper4 Member

    I have the Seido 1750. While I know its only 34% larger (or whatever the real stat is), that does translate to a 34% longer life for me.

    The extra 3+ hours each day makes all the difference in the world.
  9. sabrewings

    sabrewings Android Expert

    The Seidio 1750 only puts out about 1500mAh (as tested by Dustin). so it's only about 15% larger.
  10. dragonsamus

    dragonsamus Android Enthusiast

    I want an extended battery but I can't stand the extra bulk. I've been using the 1500 and it works ok.
  11. WinMoNoMore

    WinMoNoMore Lurker

    I'm happy with the upgrade to the HTC 1500 mah battery. Definitely can tell the difference in endurance. Just a hair thicker than the stock 1300 mah, yet still able to fully snap the case shut. Brand new from BidAllies on Ebay for $15 delivered (promptly) vs. 41 for the Seido 1750 (Amazon).

  12. Fine69

    Fine69 Android Enthusiast

    I have the 1750 and the stock one I only have to charge it at night and give it a bump before walking the dog yesterday I had 22 hours of wake time with average usage

HTC Droid Incredible Forum

The HTC Droid Incredible release date was April 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 8MP camera, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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