- 02-07-2011, 10:23 PM #2
I got two of the no name 1500mAh + a similiar charger for $10 about three months ago. They were shipped to me from Hong Kong at no additional shipping cost.
I'll confirm that they definitely work with a slight increase in battery life. I usually just keep one of them in my phone and the other in my bag just in case.
- 02-07-2011, 10:49 PM #4
I have the 1800 mAh from HTC Express and the wall charger. I am getting 12-15 hours depending on the use. I am pleased and the fact the battery is slim and can use stock battery cover. I don't like extra weight on my device. Besides what the Incredible does, I like the size and the light feel of it. I have two batteries and a wall charger and am pleased with them.
- 02-07-2011, 11:03 PM #5
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Get the 3500 - it's not that much bigger then stock and everyone who has held my phone and a stock phone likes the way my phone feels in their hand better. Also you can use the phone the way it was meant to be used without fear of running out of power.
Just a thought.Some say that his dormant chips were left that way for YOUR SAFETY... Others say that once "turned on," he can not be turned off... All we know is... He's called The Stig.
- 02-08-2011, 06:53 AM #6
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- 02-08-2011, 09:59 AM #7
Get the 1800 HTC Express batteries. They sell them on amazon. 2 batteries and a wall charger for $40. Well worth the money. I have been using mine for 3 months now and get 12hrs use out of them. Thats because I actually use my phone for calls and text a lot. Good thing about it I always have a spare battery in my pocket.
- 02-08-2011, 10:02 AM #8
I did the Seidio Innocell 1750mAh Slim Extended Life Battery and carry around the OEM HTC battery as a spare. With "Enable always-on mobile..." turned off, WiFi or GPS almost always on, Bluetooth usually off and five e-mail accounts checked every five mins w/no size limit and attachment downloads on, I almost always make it from 7a thru midnight, I would say on the lower to midrange of "moderate" usage, mostly data and not much voice usage.
Hope this helps...!
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- 02-10-2011, 12:25 PM #14
I have a 2250 battery. It is bulkier, but I really don't care. Typically, I charge it from 6pm-9pm, with 2 bumps in there. I can last the next 21 hours. I am a fairly heavy user while at work, with tweetdeck check ins and listening to mp3s. The slim form factor is nice, but I don't think the 2250 is overly bulky.
It's all preference. Some people hate the bigger batteries, some people think there is a lot of over reacting. Only you (OP) can decide if you care about the extra bulk or not.Please use the Thanks button below and to the right.
- 02-11-2011, 01:03 AM #15
- 02-11-2011, 07:25 AM #16
You're wrong about that. I have the 1800mAh and it does last longer. Obviously you haven't tried one. Why make a comment if you have no hands on experience?Incredible
Nexus S 4G
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- 02-11-2011, 08:41 AM #17
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Seriously – it’s about what priorities are important to you the user.Some say that his dormant chips were left that way for YOUR SAFETY... Others say that once "turned on," he can not be turned off... All we know is... He's called The Stig.
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- 02-13-2011, 08:36 AM #24
The 1500 HTC one that makes the door not shut was designed for another phone before the incredible came out. The HTC express are made to the size of the stock 1350 with bigger cells. I just got mine in the mail I just started using it and usually from checking my email and my phone loading up drops.me.from 100% to the mid 90's and I'm still at 100 so that's a good sign ill post updates
- 02-13-2011, 08:13 PM #25