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[POLL] HTC One Series extended batteries: Yes or No

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16th April 2012, 03:58 PM   |  #1  
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There is a Poll concerning HTC One Series extended batteries issue: YES or NO
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Would be interesting to discuss this issue, please take a poll
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i think battery life is awesome on this phone, Ive never had such good battery life with any other smartphone..

I dont think it needs extended battery.

I think HTC actually tried to eliminate battery drain before making a non removable battery.
16th April 2012, 08:28 PM   |  #3  
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I second that, getting great battery usage.

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Me too get very good battery time.

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I made it from 7:30Am to 10:32PM without hitting 10% reserve. The battery life is fine. Just wish people in the amaze form would realize that.
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I made it from 7:30Am to 10:32PM without hitting 10% reserve. The battery life is fine. Just wish people in the amaze form would realize that.

what connection were you using? wifi or mobile?
17th April 2012, 09:07 AM   |  #7  
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Battery life is just great. Nearly no drain in idle.

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what connection were you using? wifi or mobile?

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There will always be people who want an extended battery, but its really not needed unless you are using your phone to make 50 pho.e calls in a day or you play 3 hours of games. most people will be more than happy with the battery life provided by the One S.
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