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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by frankkduf, May 17, 2011.

  1. frankkduf

    Thread Starter

    Ok so here im gonna test out the new battery 1750mah from seidio vs the stock battery, Im just finishing the 3 first cycle of the seidio because it is new. Once its done i will test them have you some idea what to do to get the best accurate result?? what the most draining thing? thanks!

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  2. frankkduf

    Thread Starter

    i am now testing the 3rd cycle, and i still get a shut down of the phone when i try to take a picture with the flash when the battery is under 50% wtf?
  3. smileman

    smileman Well-Known Member

    where did you find the 1750? I only see a 1600 on Seidio's site:

    Seidio Innocell 1600mAh Slim Extended Battery for Samsung Nexus S 4G, Nexus S, Behold II, Moment - Android Batteries - Android Central Store
  4. frankkduf

    Thread Starter

  5. B2L

    B2L Android Expert

    Any updates on comparison? I really want to buy this battery but i need a review before i can make the decision.
  6. frankkduf

    Thread Starter

    after a full week of testing, I can see a better battery life with the seidio! So the seidio is very great for that, but it has a issue with the camera flash . So thats why i wouldnt recommand it . I will return mine to seidio for a refund! post is here http://androidforums.com/nexus-s-4g/337953-camera-flash-crashes-phone.html
  7. Polypro

    Polypro Lurker

    I purchased the 1750 from Seidio last week. I turned off the phone and inserted the the battery. It came from Seidio showing 2 bars (out of 5 on the meter in the off state). It charged up to 5 bars in about 3hrs, and I then left it charging for about 8 more (Seidio recommends 2-3 hrs after showing full, but I wanted to make sure it was full the first time around). On this first charge, I'm currently at 2 Days, 17 Hours and 30 Minutes of use, and have 7% remaining. I'm going to let it die so the calibration software gets a complete reading once, then partial charge from ~25-50% from now on (supposed best practice with Li-Ion in regards to battery life cycle. 100% depletion nets you 500 recharges, less gets you ~1500-2500)

    How to Prolong Lithium-based Batteries – Battery University

    So far, this battery is beating the stock one (on my phone) by almost a day, and it's supposed to improve after 5-6 charge cycles. I'm happy with the purchase.

  8. seidioseidio

    seidioseidio Android Enthusiast

    I apologize about that! We have addressed this. You can always get a replacement in order to fix this issue.

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The Nexus S release date was December 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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