- Apr 29, 2010
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That battery would be my first choice, assuming there was a case available for it.Hey everyone,
I had store credit at verizon and bought an extended battery for my incredible. The only numbers I see are in a product description on the back that says "2150 mAh"....
It makes the phone immensely huge. I did not know this at the time of purchase, and really want to return it. I do not want to lug this brick around, let alone try putting it in my pocket.
So, what is the general consensus on which is the best buy? Is there a battery out there that significantly improves battery life without adding any dimension to the phone? There are no protective covers out there for this monster battery, so I really want to keep my phone its current size.
I am also a starving college student, so the more affordable the better, but I am not opposed to spending a little extra money if I really am getting a better product.
If you want a battery that uses the stock back case, buy a 1500mah battery for a HTC Touch Pro 2. Problem is that it's only 15% more battery power than your stock battery.
Avoid the Seidio 1750mah extended battery. It has been tested and shown that it is not really that capacity, and instead is equal to a 1500mah battery, but costs 3-4 times more.
Hope I was clear enough and helped you out. If you were closer I'd snag that 2150mah battery off of you