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Extended Battery now available

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tyrelsackett, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. tyrelsackett

    tyrelsackett Lurker
    Thread Starter

    on the Verizon website.
     


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  2. Darkhan

    Darkhan Well-Known Member

    Just ordered will have it Friday. Thanks for posting.
     
  3. Napalm

    Napalm Android Expert

    Hope this works correctly.

    link to battery

    Sweet I was just thinking the other day if moto would do like usual and offer a more expensive higher cap battery and door.
     
  4. JJWSTAR

    JJWSTAR Member

    i wonder how it looks? is it thick?
     
  5. wonder if any cases will fit....
     
  6. Napalm

    Napalm Android Expert

    I bet some will with a minor mod. But I bet new cases will be coming soon, but only from moto.
     
  7. Skyfox16

    Skyfox16 Well-Known Member

    Just ordered mine, and will have it thursday :) cant wait to see what this looks like and if i notice a difference in battery life!
     
  8. WalmartSecurity

    WalmartSecurity Android Enthusiast

    It's only 1840 and requires an extra backdoor?

    Why can't they pull a Seidio and at least keep the thickness the same...or go 2150 like the DInc
     
  9. mchung53

    mchung53 Well-Known Member

    Just ordered mine as well! Yay!!!!
     
  10. Stealthman

    Stealthman Android Enthusiast

    The deal breaker for me will be if it fits in the car dock
     
  11. binary visions

    binary visions Android Expert

    There are laws of physics at work here. Seido's 1750 battery has been debunked a couple times as only being really around 1500 mAh. That's why it fits in the stock battery compartment.

    It's kind of like saying, "I have a gallon container of water. Why can't a company put a gallon and a half in there?"
     
  12. just lou

    just lou Newbie


    FWIW, someone who just received the Moto battery says it's actually 1880mAh, and Seidio exaggerates their batteries' capacities. I would expect the Seidio to be no better than stock.
     
  13. dguy

    dguy Android Expert

    I want pictures of how it looks before I take the plunge.
     
  14. Travisimo

    Travisimo Android Enthusiast

    Does anyone know if there is an external battery charger for either the stock or extended batteries? I'm getting the extra larger battery, but I want the ability to charge one of them outside of the phone. Otherwise, my phone will be tied up twice as long just charging both batteries if I alternate between them.
     
  15. Droid Samurai

    Droid Samurai Member

    This ^
     
  16. tksuther

    tksuther Newbie

  17. urdaddi

    urdaddi Well-Known Member


    It is shown as 1840 mAh, including the Verizon Wireless website.
     
  18. urdaddi

    urdaddi Well-Known Member


    Yeah, I am looking for this as well,

    Having an extra battery or 2 helps a lot, but not having a method to charge it other than the phone makes it a bit difficult.
     
  19. draconius

    draconius Well-Known Member

    Any report on life difference before taking the plunge as well? Don't mind the bulk that much...just how much different life you get OTB.
     
  20. mchung53

    mchung53 Well-Known Member

    Mine is coming today! I'll test it out this weekend and will let you know :)
     
  21. urdaddi

    urdaddi Well-Known Member


    This is shown everywhere as 1840MAh, evn on the Verizon Wireless website....but you are in fact correct. The battery sold by Verizon is an original Motorola issue extended battery at 1880 mAh.

    That is 25.3333% increase of mAh.

    It comes with a new battery cover. It adds the slightest bit of thickness to it, you really cannot notice it. The phone still fits in the Motorola desk dock and Motorola car mount. It also fits fine in the silicone cover sold by Verizon.

    The one strange thing with this batterery is that the box it came in states that it is a 1930 mAh battery. That is just kinda nuts.
     
  22. just lou

    just lou Newbie

    The extended battery is rated as 1880 min, and 1930 typical.
    The regular battery is rated as 1500 min, and 1540 typical.

    I just received the extended battery, and it will fit with the standard door with a little bit of effort.
     

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