Motorola Droid bigger battery??

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    Is there a battery for the Motorola Droid that lasts longer than the stock battery?

    EDIT: Is there one not as bulky?
     
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    Yes

    Sedio sells extended batteries. Verizon also sells extended batteries by Moto.
     
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    Thank you guys, I will look into buying one.
     
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    Sedio sells extended batteries works well for me
     
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    are there any batteries that are not as bulky but have about the same battery life?
     
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    The Droid 2 extended battery fits the Droid 1 and works great for me. I bought it from Verizon...
     
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    I didnt know that. May have to check that out.

    Yup...Tapatalk'd
     
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    Yeah search around.... I recall posts with pictures and more info.
     
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    There are topics on other forums that suggest that the higher 1400 are not every bit as powerful as the OEM battery. They call list the way there do becouse the 1400 is still with in the tolerance that the industry standard uses. Even the 2800 is only a bit higher based on the standard.

    And for me I'll stick with the OEM.

    Bob
     
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