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By thejondude, Senior Member on 4th April 2011, 05:53 PM
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11th July 2011, 02:36 PM |#61  
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Originally Posted by ckochinsky125

Seidio is just as bad false advertising their batteries I would stay away from seidio.

Second that. I would never waist money on a Seidio Battery.

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12th July 2011, 02:38 AM |#62  
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I believe these are the same as the batteries that I have. Definitely better than the stock battery. I did weigh the batteries today. Stock weighs 0.8 oz and these weigh 1.0 oz. I had batteries from the same seller for my EVO and they were great also. Definitely worth $30 shipped.

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29th April 2012, 11:48 AM |#63  
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I just buy a 1700 mAh from Momax. I hope I make the right decision.
29th April 2012, 03:52 PM |#64  
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I got the Rezound battery. It's a bit of a tight fit, but the battery life is significantly better.
19th May 2012, 02:26 PM |#65  
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Originally Posted by gingerman1984

are rezound and t-bolt batteries compatible and interchangable?? i didnt know!! the biggest i found for rezound was 4000mAh the biggest i found for t-bolt was 4500mAh, you think i can use my biggest t-bolt battery in my rezound then??

The OEM Rezound battery works in the TBolt but the OEM TBolt battery doesn't work in the Rezound. My bro has a Rezound and I tried to put the TBolt battery in it and it wouldn't fully boot. I do use a OEM Rezound battery for my TBolt as many others do. I get about 2.5hrs screen on time on 4G with it. I got about 1.5hrs with the OEM TBolt battery.

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22nd May 2012, 07:57 AM |#66  
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Originally Posted by ziwy

I just buy a 1700 mAh from Momax. I hope I make the right decision.

I bought the 1750 mAh battery from Seido and I've seen a drastic improvement in battery life. I can actually get through a full day of work without putting the phone on the charger. No change in my usage of the phone so it's definitely the battery.
28th June 2012, 07:31 PM |#67  
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Seido 1750 mAh Battery
So for what it's worth, i had switched to the 1600 mAh battery when it became available and found a marginal improvement over the stock battery. I recently purchased the 1750mAh battery from Seido and this thing rocks. I can actually just let my phone sit idle the entire day with several apps that have push enabled and aside from sending a few texts, a few emails, a few minutes with words and scramble with friends, and a few minutes on Temple Run, the battery will get me through an entire 10 hour work day without the need to charge and when i do finally put it on the charger it's down to about 5% battery left.

I don't know why HTC didn't just launch with a battery of this capacity to begin with.
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