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22nd April 2012, 06:32 AM |#11  
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Hyperion 3500 Review Posted!
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Hyperion Fat Battery #1 "3500mAh" --Acquired February 22 2012-- $14.99 Donated by Tomcat5

Next to come, OEM 1800 and another generic 3500.

Stick around!
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22nd April 2012, 07:11 PM |#12  
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Hyperion 3500 Review Posted!


Next to come, OEM 1800 and another generic 3500.

Stick around!

Geez! No wonder it didn't feel like that much a boost. Others seem to have good luck though. Probably the build quality just varies.


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22nd April 2012, 08:32 PM |#13  
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Geez! No wonder it didn't feel like that much a boost. Others seem to have good luck though. Probably the build quality just varies.


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Definitely does, wait until I post the rest of the Generic 3500's haha
22nd April 2012, 10:42 PM |#14  
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Definitely does, wait until I post the rest of the Generic 3500's haha

Oh BTW the date I bought it was February 22 2012.
23rd April 2012, 04:00 PM |#15  
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I'd just like to say this though with they hyperion your getting 1740ish mAh okay how long is phone lasting on a full charge with heavy usage?

I Was testing and:
6h 1m 29s on battery
Display Time on 5h 24m 51s
WiFi the whole time and was awake the whole 6 hours not once did my screen go off.
23rd April 2012, 05:18 PM |#16  
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I'd just like to say this though with they hyperion your getting 1740ish mAh okay how long is phone lasting on a full charge with heavy usage?

I Was testing and:
6h 1m 29s on battery
Display Time on 5h 24m 51s
WiFi the whole time and was awake the whole 6 hours not once did my screen go off.

I'm not sure, I shipped it out today so I havent tested it in the phone, just with my battery analyzer.

If you want I can run my tests on your Hyperion if you think you have a better one, the more pooled results the better the data!
23rd April 2012, 08:19 PM |#17  
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I'm not sure, I shipped it out today so I havent tested it in the phone, just with my battery analyzer.

If you want I can run my tests on your Hyperion if you think you have a better one, the more pooled results the better the data!

After that test I contacted Hyperion and will be getting a replacement. 1745 mAh is really too low for a 3500 mAh extended. Ill break it in for a week and send it to you for a test if that's alright. To the other poster, my batter life was pitiful any way I looked at it. I don't know if I could get 5 hours screen on time.

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23rd April 2012, 09:56 PM |#18  
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One OEM1500 review up
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OEM Slim Battery #1 "1500mAh" --Manufactured January 18th 2011-- $??.??

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After that test I contacted Hyperion and will be getting a replacement. 1745 mAh is really too low for a 3500 mAh extended. Ill break it in for a week and send it to you for a test if that's alright. To the other poster, my batter life was pitiful any way I looked at it. I don't know if I could get 5 hours screen on time.

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Sure, the more the merrier.
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One OEM1800 up
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OEM Slim Battery #1 "1800mAh" --Acquired October 21st 2011-- $23.94

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23rd April 2012, 10:16 PM |#20  
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That OEM 1800 mAh review really should be done with an almost virgin battery to see its original capacity. Maybe someone with a new one could send it in or someone who is going to get one could order it to you.

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