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    Well according to an in depth phonescoop review of the Atrix, the battery life of that phone is not good, so we shouldn't expect any different for the Bionic. I will post the link shortly.

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    Here's the link http://www.phonescoop.com/articles/article.php?a=7633

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    Quote Originally Posted by kptphalkon View Post
    I think that with the bionic's first gen dual core hardware and software, along with the (relatively) brand new mobile ddr2 ram it may need that hefty stock battery just to pull the same or even less than the same usage as the 2nd gen smartphones.

    Better than the Tbolt? Possibly. But we won't know for sure until we get some hands-on with it. I suppose you could take a look at the Atrix to get the general idea of the Bionic's battery life lol...silly me, their the same phone!
    anyone have any info on the battery life of the Motorola Atrix?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imemine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kptphalkon View Post
    I think that with the bionic's first gen dual core hardware and software, along with the (relatively) brand new mobile ddr2 ram it may need that hefty stock battery just to pull the same or even less than the same usage as the 2nd gen smartphones.

    Better than the Tbolt? Possibly. But we won't know for sure until we get some hands-on with it. I suppose you could take a look at the Atrix to get the general idea of the Bionic's battery life lol...silly me, their the same phone!
    anyone have any info on the battery life of the Motorola Atrix?
    Battery

    Here's where we run into a significant problem. The 4-inch display and dual-core processor set-up appear to be eating into battery life a bit. I was unable to get the Atrix 4G to last from 8AM to 8PM. It typically died between the 10- and 11-hour mark. That's just not good enough (especially with Bluetooth, GPS, and Wi-Fi all off). Power users can't plan their days around where they can locate an outlet. It also lost an entire charge (from 90% to dead) between 11PM and 7AM -- when it wasn't used at all. This thing is going to have to be plugged in all the time, and I'd even recommend carrying a spare battery if possible.
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    #34

    Bought One...

    I purchased the 2750 extended battery when I bought my HTC Thunderbolt this past weekend.

    Yes, it will look a bit unsightly to some, but the fact that it almost doubles the battery life more than offsets that for me.

    So Far: 7.6 hours of mixed use and still going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaHarder View Post
    I purchased the 2750 extended battery when I bought my HTC Thunderbolt this past weekend.

    Yes, it will look a bit unsightly to some, but the fact that it almost doubles the battery life more than offsets that for me.

    So Far: 7.6 hours of mixed use and still going.
    got mine today and charging it now. I want to be able to use my phone on 4g and not worry in a few hrs of a game and 4g my phones dying. it adds barely a 1/4 inch bump even. in person its not as bad as the pics make it!
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    so yeah, its not that bad looking and really adds life like crazy! gaming, 4g and heavy use for 4 hrs now since taking off charge and im at 76%. installed a bettery icon mod with 1% increments to see how battery life really is. extended on heavy use is slated now to last 16 easily lol. worth a slight bump in the back of the phone.
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    HUGE Battery lasts forever...

    I'm running slingbox right now and the guys in my office were using my mobile hotspot a few hours ago. It's amazing what this phone can do when you give it a real battery. The guys in here with the Droid X are jealous. I left my house at 8am today and I'm still at 59% after trying to kill it with gps blue tooth, sling box you name it. The guy with the iphone said man that thing is heavy, but then he tethered his mac book to my phone and said hmm yea that's a pretty nice phone.
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    i would love to get one but i dont trust myself without a case. has anyone looked to see if bodyskinz would work with the larger battery door?
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    I am hoping to find something akin to the Motorola branded extended battery for the D2 which I used on my D1. Battery life was so much better after adding that and the added thickness of the phone was minimal. Way better than the thickness of the Seido extended battery for the D1.

    Something in between is bound to come out.
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    Has anyone noticed with the extended battery the power button isn't as easy to depress. Kinda need to press harder.
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