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View Poll Results: HTC One extended batteries: Yes or No
Yes - open the phone myself & replace the battery 60 46.15%
Yes - take the phone to a service to get it done 25 19.23%
No - I'm afraid to damage the phone 13 10.00%
No - I don't need an extended battery for HTC One 32 24.62%
Voters: 130. You may not vote on this poll

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[POLL] HTC One extended batteries: Yes or No

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16th April 2012, 03:31 PM   |  #1  
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I have just come across this interesting Poll on facebook concerning the replacement of internal batteries on HTC One Series with extended batteries.
https://www.facebook.com/questions/10150675611462172/
Apparently Mugen is planning to produce extended batteries for internal battery phones as well and supply an intrusion manual for users on how to open the phone and replace the internal battery.
What do you think??
Vote the Poll here or on facebook and we can discuss the issues in a meanwhile!!
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16th April 2012, 04:18 PM   |  #2  
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since the cover non-removable i don't think that i would do it...
16th April 2012, 05:08 PM   |  #3  
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Would a extended battery case that would latch on the 5 pins at the back be more feasible instead? Seems like a less intrusive method of extending battery life.
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On facebook 55 voters voted with yes - open yourself!! and like 7 voters in total selected other options!!
I cannot wait to get the phone in my hands and test it, i am sure it will require stronger battery to use its full capacity without compromising, so would open up and exchange the battery for sure.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by digimaz

Would a extended battery case that would latch on the 5 pins at the back be more feasible instead? Seems like a less intrusive method of extending battery life.

I reckon this would be the best way to go. As soon as you pull off that cover you can kiss your warranty goodbye.

Something like a PowerSkin would be a much better alternative for Mugen.
23rd April 2012, 05:05 AM   |  #6  
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Battery life on this phone is fine for me. I see no need to change the battery.
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Considering that Moto/VZ are going to be offering the option to put the MAXX battery in the RAZR I wouldn't be surprised if more companies start doing the same.

That said, one advantage of having a very difficult to remove internal battery is that people can't steal your phone and disable your ability to track it simply by pulling the battery. Not go give manufacturers/carriers credence to do so, but I'd certainly pay to have an extended battery put in under warranty, though I would think it's cheaper to simply put something slightly better in to begin with.
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Considering that Moto Maxx
Was considering that phon to. The idea of a original 3300 battery is just to good to be true... hope the other companies will copy the idea =)
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the juice is simply not enough for a phone with such a huge screen, i voted yes and i am surprised with the capacity of the battery of htc one x.
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Nah
From what I've read, users (somehow) have been able to get really good battery life out of them despite the huge screen and mediocre battery. I'd try it out for a few weeks before you throw your money at something you probably won't need.

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