Which Battery Are You Using/Will Be Using?

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Using the stock battery for now, going to do a few days of testing (with wifi, no wifi, etc...). if I can make it mostly through my day without having to charge, I think I will keep the stock. If not, I'll be seriously considering getting the extended though I don't like the look of it. :/
 
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I am using the stock HTC 1400 right now, and have the 1600 Seidio to use as a spare (I have not decided if I want/need to make this my main battery yet). I refuse to go with the very bulky HTC 2750 (or a comparable Seidio when it comes out). I'll just use some techniques I learned to conserve battery life, and get in the habit of charging more, even if just for a little bit, when I'm in the car, at work, and at home.
 

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I bought the extended battery yesterday and today I'm taking it back to Verizon. I wouldn't mind the bulk if the replacement case didn't make it look and feel so awkward.
 

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I bought the extended battery yesterday and today I'm taking it back to Verizon. I wouldn't mind the bulk if the replacement case didn't make it look and feel so awkward.

is it really that bad? you can pretty much do anything you want on the phone and it should last you all day, that really makes me want to get it
 

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I bought the extended battery yesterday and today I'm taking it back to Verizon. I wouldn't mind the bulk if the replacement case didn't make it look and feel so awkward.

is it really that bad? you can pretty much do anything you want on the phone and it should last you all day, that really makes me want to get it

It's not even contoured. It's just a gigantic cube on the back of your phone. Yeah, it lasts, but there's no possible way you can comfortably hold that thing.
 

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How slim is the 1600?

I am using the stock HTC 1400 right now, and have the 1600 Seidio to use as a spare (I have not decided if I want/need to make this my main battery yet). I refuse to go with the very bulky HTC 2750 (or a comparable Seidio when it comes out). I'll just use some techniques I learned to conserve battery life, and get in the habit of charging more, even if just for a little bit, when I'm in the car, at work, and at home.



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How slim is the 1600?

I am using the stock HTC 1400 right now, and have the 1600 Seidio to use as a spare (I have not decided if I want/need to make this my main battery yet). I refuse to go with the very bulky HTC 2750 (or a comparable Seidio when it comes out). I'll just use some techniques I learned to conserve battery life, and get in the habit of charging more, even if just for a little bit, when I'm in the car, at work, and at home.



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No difference in size between the 1600 and the 1400 stock battery, I think. Just a little heavier.
 

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Nice! Thanks

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I was able to get the extd battery for $25 so it was a no brainer to get one. Not sure if it will be my daily battery or not, may use it more if will be traveling or out with no access to quick charging.
 

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I'm using the 1400mAh
I did pick up a 2nd 1400mAh bat
(just couldn't make myself go with the huge tumor of a 2750mAh)

btw,
I've not seen a 1600
does it fit under te stock cover?
where can I get it?
 
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There are no exact numbers. Some are throwing out that you'll get 1-2 hours more. It all depends on your usage.

With the same usage on my Droid 2 with two different batteries, I got:
1400mAh: 5-6hrs
1800mAh: 11-12 hours
 
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