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General Same battery as the touch pro 2?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by emw85383, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. emw85383

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    I'm starting to think that the Incredible and touch pro 2 share the same battery outside design not amp size. I have slowed down most of the incredible unboxing videos and the battery appears to be the exact same size, connection location and groves as the touch pro 2. Also, on pcdphones site they show the two batteries with the exact same weight. Could this be possable? I would love to put my 1500 battery in and lose that 1300 stock one. Thoughts?
     

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    just asked the reviewer on pocketnow.com and he tried it. It fits snug but fits and powers up....
     
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    dont understand why they didnt use a bigger battery in the first place
     
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    are there any pics or video of this?
     
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    Yeah if there were some proof of this it would be a fairly big story for Incredible fanboys.
     
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    I'd say a combination of cost and a desire for after-market accessory sales.
     

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