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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dogshmog, May 4, 2010.

  1. dogshmog

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    Ordered a 1500mah OEM HTC battery today for the Incredible, this is the battery for the Touch Pro 2 as touched on in other posts. This battery fits the INC, 1500mah is only about 15% more capacity than the Inc's 1300mah, but seeing as my Inc is down to 18% after a full day of use, maybe I can stretch it to 30% at the end of the day. I purchased from a reputable website, rather than ebay, because ebay is full of fakes and frauds. I plan on updating this thread with my findings as soon I get a chance to put it through it's paces. BTW here is the link I used.

    OEM HTC Li-Ion Battery for HTC Snap S511 & Touch Pro2 35H00123-11M
     

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  2. jbdan

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    Keep us posted!
     
  3. BzB

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    why get this one over the 1700mah slim battery?
     
  4. ChiTownJim

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    Well it's cheaper (although I saw he paid almost $40 for it, I think I've seen OEM ones for as low as $20) and a test I saw recently said this had slightly more capacity then the 1750seidio battery,
     
  5. 5thElement

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    The seidio 1700mah battery has an inflated rating and uses no_name brand cells.
     
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  6. dogshmog

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    Actually, it was $31.00 Shipped. Free shipping, plus there's an discount going on right now, something like 15%.
     
  7. The Antagonist

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    Picked up the exact same battery with a friend's discount at AT&T (Tilt II). Works perfectly and definitely gives more juice to get through the day. Tonight's my 3rd charge cycle, so we'll see how it goes for the rest of the week.
     
  8. dibs ODDJOB

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    I'm upset HTC didn't ship the inc with this 1500mah battery. It's clear it needs it.
     
  9. BzB

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    +1
     
  10. BzB

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    if you find a link to that test i'd be interested to see their results for other batteries too.
     
  11. ChiTownJim

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    Yeah they definetly should have but I guess it's good business not too, then they can get people to buy extended batteries or extra batteries haha
     
  12. Anyone else using this battery? I would like to hear a few more reviews before I jump on it, otherwise I'm going for the 2150 one.
     
  13. ChiTownJim

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    Here ya go, now I don't think the testing is that accurate but it makes you think

    BatteryBoss Calls Out False Capacity Claims!
     
  14. jmwood

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    I have been using my 1500mah battery from my htc imagio...it works just fine, moderate use through the day and i still have about 20% batt left at 14 hours of use...got the imagio 2150mah sitting here also just need a back for the phone!
     
  15. ChiTownJim

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    I believe Verizon will be selling the back for $15-$20

    How well did the 2150 battery work compared to the 1500 in your Imagio??
     
  16. Is this the same as the TP2? I really just need a little bit more juice as I don't mind charging it every night since I did that with my last phone. The only problem I'm having is I'm unable to make it through the work day without having my phone die on me. I just want to get through the day, so it seems like 1500 would be ideal, and 2150 would be more than enough.
     
  17. INCREDIBLE-HULK

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    I agree
     
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    +1
     
  19. paimon.soror

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  20. dogshmog

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    Yeah, appears to be the battery. I saw that one, the only reason I didn't get it was because it didn't specifically say it was 1500mah, but probably is.
     
  21. paimon.soror

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    Yea i was looking high and low for the mah rating but couldn't find it as well. Looks liek they only have 6 in stock, I would order it, but id rather you play the guinea pig for now and see how it goes (haha :p)
     
  22. Adam63impala

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    the tp2 and imagio and incredible battery work on the eris right? thinking about buying a tp2 battery
     
  23. FlyPenFly

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    Is the TP2 battery LiPolymer? or just normal LION?
     
  24. FierceDeityLink1

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    The TP2 says "Li-ion" whereas the DI says "Li-ion Polymer". I was under the impression that most cell phone batteries are polymer since they started exploding (as well as many laptop cells).
     
  25. CheezWiz

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