The question about razr maxx and nexus extended battery

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  1. AngelRyuxz

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    If possible, I will get the nexus because i have a dx and it takes great pictures and ok videos so it's fine if the nexus sucks in that.

    My main thing I'm wondering is if the nexus has a battery that could pull off the razr maxx's battery.

    I still may get the razr for the lack of the camera on nexus but I'm still not sure.. Sooooo to get this question out of the way without me searching, let's see an answer with link maybe ;p thanks.

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  2. bsweetness

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    Not a great comment to make if you want people to seriously answer your question. Especially when there are several threads on various extended batteries on the first page of the Galaxy Nexus Accessories forum.
     
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    As bsweetness said, there are several extended battery threads in the accessory part of the forum. You'll definitely find your answer regarding battery life in there.

    As for your camera comment, even if it's not on par with the Rezound or iPhone, I can assure you it is better than the DX and the video is better as well.
     
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    I'm just being me. Thanks :3

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    I find the camera on the Nexus to be very good.
     
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    I agree. When I first got this phone I thought it took terrible pictures compared to my fascinate, however when I learned how the touch focus works, and some PRACTICE, I find it takes great pictures.

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    aftermarket batteris suck, and the factory extended one makes little difference. so no.
     
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    The nexus extended battery comes no where close to the MAXX. I had them both.

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    I came from a Droid X and I'd rate that camera a 6.5. The Nexuss camera is a solid 9!

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    I believe his question is can the Nexus battery stand up to the Maxx battery.

    That would be a hell no.

    The Maxx battery is nearly twice the mAh of the stock Nexus battery, so it will last nearly twice as long.
     
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    of course the MAXX will have the better battery. But I'm about 12 hours off the charger and used only 24% of my battery. I was looking at getting one of the bigger Nexus batteries, but don't think I'll need it. Even though this beast has a better screen and processor than my old TB which you would think would burn out the battery, it gets FAR superior battery life
     
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    Wish people would stop posting misleading statements like ... to get that much time your phone has to be idle for 11 hours or more.

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