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    Default Removable Battery?

    Does the Galaxy Nexus have a removable battery?

    I'm sure there's a definite answer in one of the threads here, but I thought it would be easier to just get a simple answer for a simple question. Thanks!
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    Default Re: Clarification Question

    Yes it does.
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    Default Re: Clarification Question

    The non-LTE version does indeed have a removable battery, but thus far, other than the odd external photo I don't think anybody (who can tell us) has had an LTE model in their hands to be able to tell us if it too has a removable battery.

    I believe there have been a couple of posts to suggest that it does have a removable battery and that it may even be a little higher capacity than the non-LTE version, but, as yet, I don't think we have any definitive information, so its still only a "probably"!
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    Default Re: Clarification Question

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulH2 View Post
    The non-LTE version does indeed have a removable battery, but thus far, other than the odd external photo I don't think anybody (who can tell us) has had an LTE model in their hands to be able to tell us if it too has a removable battery.

    I believe there have been a couple of posts to suggest that it does have a removable battery and that it may even be a little higher capacity than the non-LTE version, but, as yet, I don't think we have any definitive information, so its still only a "probably"!
    I can't think of any reason why the LTE version would be coming with a non-removable battery. I think the fact the LTE model is slightly thicker is to accomodate the radio and maybe a slightly larger battery (which would be cool).

    Edit: Looking at this photo from Romain Guy you can see the little slot to pry off the battery cover - so it looks promising.
    Another thing I've noticed about this LTE model is no obvious Samsung branding. Just Google and 4G LTE. Granted it could be a pre-release model, but still.
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    Default Re: Clarification Question

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulH2 View Post
    The non-LTE version does indeed have a removable battery, but thus far, other than the odd external photo I don't think anybody (who can tell us) has had an LTE model in their hands to be able to tell us if it too has a removable battery.

    I believe there have been a couple of posts to suggest that it does have a removable battery and that it may even be a little higher capacity than the non-LTE version, but, as yet, I don't think we have any definitive information, so its still only a "probably"!
    LTE most def. has a removable battery and its bigger than the GSM one (and rightfully so).

    Not even a probably. Definitely. I am just not allowed to comment on the battery size.
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    Default Re: Removable Battery?

    If it's over 1900 mah, I believe that would put my biggest concern to rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericsckane View Post
    If it's over 1900 mah, I believe that would put my biggest concern to rest.
    I hear it's over niNE THOUSAAAAAAAAAND!!!
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    Default Re: Removable Battery?

    Thanks everyone!

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