Yeah, the "Battery Monitor" app widget reads my Galaxy Tab as having a 1200mah battery. . . It reads my 1600mah battery in my Tbolt as a 1350mah as well.
I completely agree that it is incorrect in reading a battery's capacity.
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Not to burst your bubble, but there was a guy who tested Seido batteries as well as several other brands that claimed to sell extended batteries and nearly all were less than they claimed and the ones same size as stock were not larger capacity. These weren't Thunderbolt batteries, so who knows, but evidence seems to point that these likely don't offer more capacity.
BTW, here is the test http://batteryboss.org/
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So is it coincidence that this same app grossly under reads my Galaxy Tab?
If the app read my tab's battery at 4000mah, which is the spec on it, I could see weight in your argument.....but its not even close.
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