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29th May 2014, 09:33 AM |#11  
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It's been discussed before and someone said T-Mobile had a typo on the boxes.

Do me a favor and click on the link I posted. That is LG's website, not T-Mobiles. How can T-Mobile make a typo when it's not their website?
 
 
29th May 2014, 10:13 AM |#12  
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Do me a favor and click on the link I posted. That is LG's website, not T-Mobiles. How can T-Mobile make a typo when it's not their website?

Only if you do me a favor first. Look at picture post #6. LoL



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Only if you do me a favor first. Look at picture that PattyNYC in post #6.

I did, and we don't know what they mean when they say "minimum 3400Mah". If the LG website says that the T-Mo version of the Flex only gets a 3400Mah battery, then there isn't any doubt in my mind that's what it is.

It's not like they put that on their site for no reason at all.
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I did, and we don't know what they mean when they say "minimum 3400Mah". If the LG website says that the T-Mo version of the Flex only gets a 3400Mah battery, then there isn't any doubt in my mind that's what it is.

It's not like they put that on their site for no reason at all.

Starts @ post #73,#90 saying typo on the box. Post #92 and #97.

T-Mobile and lg already said it has same battery in all versions but the way tmobile test/rates batteries is only differences.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2636654&page=8

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