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Accessories Lovin' my Innocell 3500mAh

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by liewbob, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. liewbob

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    I just got the new battery which comes with a deeper back for my Incredible - and, yes it feels a little bulkier & is noticeably heavier (but not obnoxiously so) - but as far as I can tell so far, it makes way more difference than the 1750 did from the stock battery.
    I'm guessing it just about doubles the battery life - so I should be set for days - since I now have the stock battery, the Seidio 1750 & the monster 3500 :D
     

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    here's my new battery! 60 days of talk time and 5 years of stand by ;)

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    but seriously, i got my htc 2150 mah last week and i really like the much improved battery life.
     
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    I know this matches the Incredible theme with the red, but you should really go with the blue top. This is a starter battery and not meant for deep cycling. You may find that you'll still need to be tethered to a charger to keep it topped off, or you'll be replacing it REAL soon. :p

    (Also, your numbers are real optimistic. Talk time is more like 8.4 days continuous and standby is 7.5 months.) Update: On second thought, you're dropping 12V to 3.7V for the Incredible so ignoring losses, that translates to more like 27.2 days talk and roughly 2 years standby. You weren't that far off, just by a factor of 2. Sorry 'bout that!!!

    I was able to find a case that would accomodate your Incredible with this particular extended battery, though:

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    Yep, those are built-in solar panels to keep your battery topped off, too.
    ;):D
     
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    The pics are hilarious
     
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    Hey, don't joke about backpacks with solar panels! (I have one, LOL)

    The only problem is I'm never out in the sun long enough with my backpack on to make it worthwhile....
     
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    I want to get this battery but only when Seidio shows the cases they are going to make for it.

    Going from a 1750 ---> 2150 is not that big a jump (especially when you factor in that big hump in the back of the case)

    If I am going to have am ugly back case I might as well get a 3500 to go with it.
     
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    It is when said 1750mAh battery isn't really 1750mAh. I trust the 2150 is actually 2150, and considering folks with the 1500mAh TP2 battery are reporting better battery life over the Seidio 1750, I'd say it's a huge jump. I wouldn't touch Seidio batteries with a 10ft pole, certainly not at those prices.
     

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