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Is there an "extended" battery the size of the original?

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6th March 2011, 12:37 PM   |  #1  
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Are there any batteries for the DINC that are the size of the original but have a higher capacity (if thats the proper wording for it)?
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most people use the oem htc 1500 batteries... they are only 200 mah bigger but it add a decent ammount of life to your phone... I have both the seido 1750 and the 1500 and the 1500 last just as long as the 1750... they are only like 10 dollars also so might as well get 2 on amazon... I have bought this battery for lots of people I know and it works great

http://www.amazon.com/HTC-Standard-B...9500462&sr=8-3
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most people use the oem htc 1500 batteries... they are only 200 mah bigger but it add a decent ammount of life to your phone... I have both the seido 1750 and the 1500 and the 1500 last just as long as the 1750... they are only like 10 dollars also so might as well get 2 on amazon... I have bought this battery for lots of people I know and it works great

http://www.amazon.com/HTC-Standard-B...9500462&sr=8-3

At 8 bucks....its a steal...Thanks
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verizon also sells extended batteries
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verizon also sells extended batteries

But is it same size?
8th March 2011, 12:28 AM   |  #6  
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i have the sedio 1750mAh, and i'm rather pissed to say i've seen a lot of reports proving the 1750 battery isn't any better than the 1500mAh batt...
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I've got a 1750 Seido on the way from Amazon. They say you have to charge and discharge it a few times before you see the extra hour compared with the stock battery. We'll see! :)

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i have the sedio 1750mAh, and i'm rather pissed to say i've seen a lot of reports proving the 1750 battery isn't any better than the 1500mAh batt...

I have seen those reports too, don't believe everything you read.

I had a Touch Pro 2 before this and the standard battery was a 1500mAh. I had the Seido 1750 for it and it was a lot better than the original battery.

When I got my Dinc I was using the stock TP2 battery for a while and then I bought the Seido 1750 for it as well. I have no regrets, in my opinion it is a lot better than the 1500mAh battery.

The way my phone is set up and the way I use it, with the original battery I could rarely make it through a full day without having to charge it.
With the 1500 by the end of the day I was about done (anywhere from 15% to 25% remaining.
With the Seido at the end of the day I have between 30% and 40% remaining.
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Originally Posted by two_cents

most people use the oem htc 1500 batteries... they are only 200 mah bigger but it add a decent ammount of life to your phone... I have both the seido 1750 and the 1500 and the 1500 last just as long as the 1750... they are only like 10 dollars also so might as well get 2 on amazon... I have bought this battery for lots of people I know and it works great

http://www.amazon.com/HTC-Standard-B...9500462&sr=8-3

Well i got this one pretty quick I must say. Seems to be holding up better than the stock one. No need for extended yet.

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