Anybody use one of these yet with their Droid 2/Droid 2 Global? Been looking for a review and could not find one.
Just got my Droid 2 Global and the battery life sucks.
For $49.99, you can get the extended battery and raised door from Verizon/Motorola. Wanna say its 1800ish mAh instead of 1500. Stock on a D1 was 1390 so that's not that great of an improvement IMO.
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the biggest problem with the bp7x is many quality cases made for the phone will not snap on properly.
this 1500mAh battery is the same profile as the standard bp6x, making it more attractive than the bp7x if you use a fitted shell/case with the phone.
i see many good ratings in the store section, but no reviews. with the bp7x i was getting around 24 hrs from 100% to 20%. i get about the same with the bp6x, but shortly after the 20% mark the battery drains quicker.
i wouldnt mind having the innocell if it buys me another 2 or so hrs, thats all i really need.
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i decided to buy this battery. so i'll be the guinea pig here. any overheats or cheapness will be noted in this thread. 'if' their claims are correct, this should be a good replacement for the bp7x moto battery ...
they have a 30 day policy. my testing should only last a few days tops. if battery diminishes within 6 months, its under warranty.
if it lasts me a year or longer i'll be happy. it should net me at least 2 more hours of use.
um....? does this make sense to anyone, cause that just doesn't seem right to meIn order to obtain the full capacity of your Seidio battery, we highly recommend that you leave the battery/your phone on the charger for an additional 2-3 hours after the charging indicator turns green or the battery status shows full.
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