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22nd April 2014, 09:46 AM   |  #1  
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Is the battery on the TS upgradeable to something with higher capacity?

I haven't received mine but was hoping it might be standard part that you can just swap in a replacement....
22nd April 2014, 09:50 AM   |  #2  
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Is the battery on the TS upgradeable to something with higher capacity?

I haven't received mine but was hoping it might be standard part that you can just swap in a replacement....

Really doubt you could even find something that dimensions with higher capacity.

There was option to upgrade package, I did that (for one more battery and few more things)...

And yeah...mine is still somewhere in Laurents imagination and I really doubt it'll be shipped before this month end.
That's probably just another lie in a row...

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22nd April 2014, 10:15 AM   |  #3  
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Really doubt you could even find something that dimensions with higher capacity.

There was option to upgrade package, I did that (for one more battery and few more things)...

And yeah...mine is still somewhere in Laurents imagination and I really doubt it'll be shipped before this month end.
That's probably just another lie in a row...

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Wasn't there talk about an 850mha variant instead of the shipping 600mha? I might obviously be day dreaming here

Hurry up graphene super capacitors lol
22nd April 2014, 10:20 AM   |  #4  
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Wasn't there talk about an 850mha variant instead of the shipping 600mha? I might obviously be day dreaming here

Hurry up graphene super capacitors lol

Hmm...I must admit it's the first time I even heard for 850mhA for TS.

It's really annoying how all technology constantly getting better but battery industry somehow can't catch up.

Phones, tablets and all other gadgets need something better than battery we have today - that's for sure.

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24th April 2014, 03:44 AM   |  #5  
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With the OEM battery, this watch is already massively heavy. Plus, once you start using apps or games, it gets very warm.

Instead of having a larger capacity battery, there should be a better software management tool to manage this watch-phone's resources. Just some casual FB messaging, my watch is barely able to last 1 day.
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With the OEM battery, this watch is already massively heavy. Plus, once you start using apps or games, it gets very warm.

Instead of having a larger capacity battery, there should be a better software management tool to manage this watch-phone's resources. Just some casual FB messaging, my watch is barely able to last 1 day.

Wouldn't something like 2x battery app or pausing services with titanium back up do something like that?
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I use Du Battery Saver and even after killing all the background apps, I still get less than a day's battery.

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