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Google selling N1 Battery

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Nak#57, Mar 1, 2010.

  1. Nak#57

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    thanks, we have know about it for time however :)
     
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    IMO better than a ~15% boost for $65. I think SEIDIO should consider cutting their prices now. I was about to hit buy until I read another post about the $25 replacement.
     
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    Yeah, $25 is fantastic! Not at all like Verizon's $70 replacement batteries.
     
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    wrong

    US$64.95 is for 2800 mAh => 200% boost in power
    US$54.95 is for 1600 mAh =>15% boost in power

    anyhow, the replacement battery is priced well.
     
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    Yeah I might look at getting one of the 2800's since I didn't realize they were that cheap.
     
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    I had thought about getting the 2800mAh battery but I didn't want to change the look of my phone with the different back they give you to fit it. I like the option though.

    Then again if you really want an extra 2800mAh of battery why not buy 2 google batteries to carry in your pocket for $50 instead of the $65 seidio one?
     
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    Yeah I'll agree with you on the 2800mAh battery since I don't really like the back either after taking a look at it. I wouldn't want to buy another regular google battery only because I hate taking the back of the phone off since it is always a pain and I am afraid I might break it. Maybe google can make a 2800mAh battery that has a nicer back. That's wishful thinking though.
     
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    absolutely.... anyone thinking of getting a Seidio... save yourself $55 (what i got mine for)... I had a Seidio 1600 and frankly, i'm dissappointed... if you *need* a second battery, just get the $25 OE one...
     
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