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Mugen 4000 mAh for rezound

4th April 2012, 11:43 PM   |  #21  
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I highly doubt it will fit within the extended battery case.
5th April 2012, 12:21 AM   |  #22  
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They could make it fit in the extended battery if they think of expanding the battery out and not just up
5th April 2012, 03:38 PM   |  #23  
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They could make it fit in the extended battery if they think of expanding the battery out and not just up

Now that would be outstanding, but I doubt it. It could be done though, the iphones use a flexible battery. Take that idea and pack it I in to a hard shell in short T shape.

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8th April 2012, 04:12 AM   |  #24  
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i cant wait to see the size of this battery. i cant see the rezound getting any bigger then regular extended battery
8th April 2012, 07:04 AM   |  #25  
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I thought third party versions weren't great since they stop holding their full charge anywhere from a month to a few short months

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8th April 2012, 07:28 AM   |  #26  
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I thought third party versions weren't great since they stop holding their full charge anywhere from a month to a few short months

sent from my ICS flavored HTC Vigorous Vigor. If I helped please use the "thanks" option!

True, and some exaggerate their mah ratings. but even if the 4k mah battery is off in rating by 300 mah and loses some of it's charge after a few months, it still has a ton of juice.

I'm just using those numbers as an example. I don't use third party batteries, but not all are bad. I've had some good luck with Chinese AW batteries for other applications besides cell phones.
8th April 2012, 08:41 AM   |  #27  
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The mugen I had for my d2 was awesome, I never notice the life get shorter as time passed. Sure it was a tumor, but being able to stream pandora for 10hrs fishing (drinking) on the lake in a John boat was well worth it.

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9th April 2012, 04:38 AM   |  #28  
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Well, my Mugen Power "1900" mAh (and I use that number skeptically) slim extended battery arrived and I've had a chance to run a comparative test on it. Charged it fully and used the phone till battery was low. Fully recharged it and then ran Netflix on 4g with full screen brightness. I did continuous streaming until the phone died. It lasted about 1 hr and 35 min.

I then ran the exact same test on the OEM 1640 mAh battery. I ran Netflix on 4g with max screen brightness. It lasted over 2 hours before the phone died.

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9th April 2012, 05:06 AM   |  #29  
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Well, my Mugen Power "1900" mAh (and I use that number skeptically) slim extended battery arrived and I've had a chance to run a comparative test on it. Charged it fully and used the phone till battery was low. Fully recharged it and then ran Netflix on 4g with full screen brightness. I did continuous streaming until the phone died. It lasted about 1 hr and 35 min.

I then ran the exact same test on the OEM 1640 mAh battery. I ran Netflix on 4g with max screen brightness. It lasted over 2 hours before the phone died.

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Same for me with the only Mugen battery I've tried in the past. It wasn't just mugen though, I have also tried an Innocell, and it was good for about a month.

Thats why I stopped using aftermarket. I haven't had any trouble with OEM batteries from Moto, Samsung, or HTC.
9th April 2012, 12:55 PM   |  #30  
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I'm saying that my brand new Mugen Power 1900 mAh battery just got pwned by the standard OEM battery right out of the gate.

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