Here is my first 4 cycles with the Andida 2300 mAh. To quickly sum it up, I wanted to get those 4 cycles over asap. So charged overnight ~ 10 hours and used phone like crazy over day to empty the batt. Ofcourse you use the phone diferently, but I tried to keep it atleast similar. So I would say maybe 20% difference in use those 4 days, but more or less the same:
WiFi ON all the time.
NO use of mobile internet.
GPS ~ 30 mins
BlueTooth headphones listening to music ~ 30 mins
Listening music through speaker ~ 30 mins
Games/browsing/settings/random usage ~ 1 hour
All the rest was playing a video, stock android player, brightness in player set to level 5, no sound. (~3 hours++ whatever was left).
And here are the pictures, power on not so important, screen on very important:
Well my first impressions are HELL YEA, I think 7 hours screen on with relative heavy use should cover just about anybodys 1 day of usage.
Will do a test of my 2 year old original 1500 mAh battery versus the Andida. I plan on putting the phone in Airplane mode and throw video play on it, and checking every ~ 30 mins how much % is left. And total time before phone goes to 1% on both. Does anyone have a better way to compare batterys or should I go with this?