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New Seidio 3200 mAh Battery Available

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pat3332, May 18, 2011.

  1. pat3332

    pat3332 Well-Known Member
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    I just got an email that the Seidio 3200 mAh battery is available with replacement battery door. Price is $69.95. The description says:
    I just wanted to pass this along in case anyone's interested, but at $70.00, I think I'll wait until I see some others have to say.
     



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  2. If you have the 2750 mAh from Verizon, I don't think there's really a need for this battery.

    As of late I've been able to focus on how much up time I have with the 2750 on an unrooted phone and on average I have about 16 hours of decent use.

    It could be that Seidio's putting this out because there is such a high demand for the 2750 (it's almost always out of stock at verizonwireless.com) and they're trying to capitalize on it. They should focus more of their efforts on releasing the extended battery cases though. :rolleyes:
     
  3. WizeGuyDezignz

    WizeGuyDezignz Android Expert

    Any pics of this thing? Because I think the HTC one makes the phone look horrendous.
     
  4. willdogs

    willdogs Android Enthusiast

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  5. WizeGuyDezignz

    WizeGuyDezignz Android Expert

    Thanks, I should have used Google. This pic right here just kills it for me:

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    How can someone live with that? I would rather just charge my phone a couple times per day rather than deal with that huge bump. :eek:
     
  6. digdug1

    digdug1 Android Expert

    +1 ^^yikes!!^^
     
  7. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Well it makes part of your phone twice as thick and the color doesn't match, seems like they would have at least tried to match the color of the original door to the new door.
     
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  8. For perspective, the phone does fit in your hand really well with the battery if it is indeed the same size as the 2750. If you're looking to no recharge your phone ever 4 or 5 hours, it's well worth it, imho.
     
  9. jlrogers

    jlrogers Newbie

    External battery pack is the way to go! i have a small one for everyday use and a ZaggSparq for long trips as to not deal with an obese phone in my pocket.
     
  10. CharlzO

    CharlzO Android Expert

    Sooo...the stock battery is 1400...this is 3200...and that is "up to double" ? I need to go back to math class...

    (yes, I get that by saying "up to", it means yadda yadda...but still..just sounds weird)
     
  11. dguy

    dguy Android Expert

    It has less capacity than the official 2750 does.
     
  12. BetaMan

    BetaMan Android Enthusiast

    I have a rooted TBolt with DAS BAMF 1.6.2 installed. I also have the HTC 2750 mAh battery and it feels good in the hand. The fact that it's bigger than stock IS offset by the fact that the battery lasts WAY longer than the stock, and for a heavy user like myself, it's well worth the size difference.

    Just sayin'...
     
  13. MRW1215

    MRW1215 Well-Known Member

    When I saw pics of the extra bulk the official 2750 battery added, I thought it looked pretty bad, too. But I just couldn't take the puny battery life of the stock battery, so I bought the 2750. After using it for a while, the extra bulk really isn't all that bad at all. Really, I think pictures and videos make it look a lot worse than it is. The extra battery life more than makes up for it, though.

    I dunno if this 3200 battery sticks out further, though, or if it's the same size as the 2750. Either way, like I said, it's really not as bad as it looks just from seeing it through pictures.
     
  14. G2L

    G2L Newbie


    Is that what she said? :D

    I too like the feel with the 2750. Thank God I just charge it once a day now. :)
     
  15. DILands

    DILands Android Expert

    I LOVE Seidio's Batteries - HATE their backs. I was just over the Verizon Wireless Corporate store. Ordered the 2750 MaH battery from them.
     
  16. jmz768

    jmz768 Android Enthusiast

    Why do people continue to fall for their bogus batter claims? Test after test has shown that they're overstating the capacities.
     
  17. TxGoat

    TxGoat Guest



    You don't like that phone's humps, it's lovely cell phone lumps?!?!? Its lovely lumps, it's lovely lovely cell phone lumps.....
     
  18. Joewoowoo

    Joewoowoo Android Enthusiast

  19. BabyStoreLady

    BabyStoreLady Lurker

    I thought the 'big hump' looked pretty ugly too but it actually make a nice place to rest the phone on my ring finger so the phone doesn't slide out of my hands while typing, ect.

    Besidea, I HATE trying to use the phone with that darn power cord plugged in. I love the long battery life of the extened.

    I got the 2750 at htcpedia.com shop for $59

    Anna


     
  20. KMV77

    KMV77 Lurker

    I went into the store to order the extended battery the other day and the guy said that verizon is offering 50% off since they know they are having issues. I got my extended 2750 battery for $25! It was a no brainer. My stock battery just started acting better. I could take it to about 7-8 hours, but this 2750 is a lot better. The battery life in my old blackberry bold sucked too and now I can be free of that charger. Now to wait for an extended case....
     
  21. Gravytrain

    Gravytrain Android Enthusiast


    I was told that only the 1400's were half off and that the extended battery was full price.
     
  22. KMV77

    KMV77 Lurker

    Maybe the guy misinterpreted it non the less I got it for $25. I guess I got lucky lol.
     
  23. iawd1

    iawd1 Member

    I have the 2400 battery...is the 3200 necessary?
     

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