Is it a big upgrade from 1400mah to 1600mah?

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    Is it a big upgrade from 1400mah to 1600mah?

    Ok well I need a new battery for my phone check out this thread if you want more info. But I though well if I need a new battery anyway why not get a bigger one while I'm at it . Now my question is, is the battery life difference that big between the 1400mah and the 1600mah batteries because I would like some better battery life but the thing is I can get like 3 1400mah batteries for the price of one of seidio's extended ones.

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    I bought a supposed "htc" battery. It's a knock-off. It works ok tho. I regret not getting the seido 1600. I backed away because I'd read reviews saying it was worse than the htc 1400mAh. I swear I saw it for $44 on the N1 store the other day. Went to buy it and it was back up to $54...wtf?

    Anyway. I'm interested in hearing some feedback on this as well, Dude. I take it you found out it's a battery problem?

    I have three batteries. None are real solid, but if you want one as a back-up, I'll send it to you.

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    me too, even though I have chargers everywhere

    want a good high mah battery and 32gb class 10 card--those are hard too get good reviews on too

    when I was researching them 8 months ago or so, thought they were not a good fit inside the case--has that changed?

    hope you get your phone up and flashing soon dude CM 2.3.3 is around the corner


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    Thanks guys I decided to actually just get two of the OEM 1400mah batteries since it's removable why not I could decide to carry one in the phone and the other in my pocket and swap out if one dies, I'd like to see someone do that with an iphone . Although I still would like to get some feedback form people using the seidio's battery to know if I really made the right choice. Dude ya I'm pretty sure it is a battery problem if it's not then I guess I just bought 2 batteries for nothing :/ anyway I'm pretty sure that is what it is because it is just the most logical explanation so I guess I jumped to conclusions at first when I said that is was because of cm7. Ken I too hope I can get my phone to work again soon because I miss my nexus one you know it's true when they say you don't realize what you've got till it's gone.

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    Amen Brother
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    That's what I've done dude. Quite honestly, it hasn't worked too well. I've found that every time I swap batteries it has to recalibrate with the phone. In addition the best way to store batteries is at 40% capacity and then to fully charge it upon putting it on the phone. I believe the best way to alleviate this problem is to buy one of those docks that charges the battery and the phone at the same time.

    I may be all wet on this, but its what I suspect has happened because my best battery right now is my knock-off battery that doesn't seem to work as well as my two real HTC batteries (did)that I managed to somehow ruin the life of thru stupid stuff.

    I hope I'm wrong dude.

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    I'm just waiting my cheap 1600 mah batts to see what hapeen with my phone .. coz usually 1400 with my use diw after my day ends ..

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    Stock Battery (Battery that comes with Nexus One) starts its max capacity at 94%. This is what we call Battery Age (94% of 1452mAh). Its a damn cheap stuff. Even if U get a HTC Original Battery of the same capacity, ie 1452mAh, its max capacity is at 100%. (Battery Age starts at 100)

    So buy any battery it is still better than Stock Battery.

    FYI

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    My original N1 batt was 94% when new .. now it's 82% but still said ( by battcalibrator ) full40 1452 .. but Aged capa 1393 ..

    Honestly have no idea how to read all those numbers ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tapage View Post
    My original N1 batt was 94% when new .. now it's 82% but still said ( by battcalibrator ) full40 1452 .. but Aged capa 1393 ..

    Honestly have no idea how to read all those numbers ..
    Good that u tried that app. I'm an unofficial advisor to that app in xda

    Anyway since your battery age is 82% its dying. At age 80% is bye bye to your battery. You still can use it but it is widely considered battery dead.

    Just fyi

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