Originally Posted by voxigenboy
oh no... another one of these threads.
yes, a MyTouch 4G or Thunderbolt battery will work in a Rezound.
you will notice though that the "Wh"(wattage hours) do not match up(Rezound's being higher) so even though the Seidio one is 3500, it'll perform closer to a 3000 in the Rezound.
additionally, since the battery is not intended for the Rezound it has the potentional to do damage to the Rezound.
back in my Galaxy Nexus days, we found we could use Galaxy S II batteries in it. one of the GN users gave it a go for awhile and the SII battery ended up shorting out his device somehow & he had to get it replaced.
Oh yes another -
Problems with one phone/battery combo don't necessarily mean there will be the same problems on another.
Keyword - "potential".
It doesn't hurt to ask as someone out there may have tried it with success.
The Rezound or any phone does not have a WH rating. It has a continuous current rating. I don't know about the ratings of these phones but i would assume that the rezound is higher so, with voltage being ~ equal, the power dissipation would be greater.
The battery rating is not dictated by the phone. The battery WH rating is a function of the current/voltage and the dissipation time of the battery and independent of the device consuming it? So a 3500mah battery will deliver "X" mA's of power but for less time than in a mytouch due to the higher current draw (X) of the rezound.
In other words a 3500mah batt will perform like a 3500mah batt regardless of which phone it was intended to be used on.