- Size (LWH): 1.75 inches, 0.3 inches, 1.8 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
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Seidio Innocell 1750 mAh Battery for HTC Droid Eris/Droid Incredible - ADR6300
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- Fits in existing space so no replacement door is needed
- Made from the highest quality Japanese Lithium Polymer cells
- Capacity: 1750mAh
- To obtain the full capacity of your battery, leave the battery/your phone on the charger for an additional 2-3 hours after the charging indicator turns green or the battery status shows full.
- For use with: HTC Droid Eris/Droid Incredible
- Made from the highest quality Japanese cells
- More capacity in the same form factor
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Here's what I mean about managing your expectations, explained in very simplified terms. The original battery is rated at 1300mAh, and gets you about 3 to 3.5 hours of heavy use.. Surfing, IM'ing, etc - all constant use. We'll split the diff and say 3 1/4 hours. So take the 1300 and divide by 3.25, you get 400. So the phone requires about 400 per hour of usage. The new battery is rated 1750mAh.. Divide that out to get hours, and it works like this: 1750/400= about 4.37. Essentially, you get about one more hour of active usage from this battery. Simplified, but that's about how it works. So if you found a magic battery that did 2500mAh, you could figure out how long it would last (2500/400= about 6.25 hours constant usage).
In a nutshell, smartphones like those in the Droid family need more power than other phones. Definitely expect to charge it at least daily. This battery should help get through the day, but it can't perform miracles or break the laws of physics. ;)
I expected a 35% increase in battery life, since this battery has 450 mAh more capacity than the OEM battery (450/1300 = 0.346..) The result? No significant increase in battery life over the OEM battery. So I returned the battery to Amazon for a full refund. P.S. Amazon is great with returns/exchanges.
Some anecdotal information:
1) During my experience with this battery, I noticed that it gets much hotter during use than the OEM battery did. It seems like other reviewers noticed this as well. I'm not a battery expert, but from my experience selecting/researching/using "matched" and "tested" batteries for other applications (I would compare batteries manufactured to the same specifications by the same manufacturer), I noticed that the batteries with higher rated capacity also had higher internal resistance. Even though more current is pushed into (and out of) the "higher capacity" batteries, more of the current is wasted overcoming the higher internal resistance vs the average capacity batteries with average internal resistance. The result of current overcoming internal resistance is heat. Perhaps these high capacity batteries also have high internal resistance, which would explain why they get so hot.Read more ›
Day 1: Charged overnight from 12 AM to 7:15 AM, battery gauge showed full, indicator light on HTC Incredible showed green. Wi-Fi and Cellular radios enabled, screen brightness set to automatic, using Advanced Task Killer app. I've been in and out of WiFi points all day, placed several phone calls, surfed the internet heavily, a handful of SMS, Twitter, Facebook, a few games, and took about 20 pictures with no flash. Current stats on the phone indicate nearly 140 MB downloaded, 12 MB uploaded. I did power cycle the Incredible around 8:00 PM because my free memory was in the 50s and ATK couldn't free it up. According to the Smart Monitor Lite app the battery is at 29%. It is now 10:17 PM, so that's a solid 15 hours of usage. On the standard battery I would have been plugged in at my desk by noon, and again after dinner.
Update: I logged a solid 1 hour phone call from 11:30p to 12:30a and the battery is still kicking!
Day 2: Charged from 2AM to 8:30AM, battery gauge showed full, indicator light showed green. Same radio settings as Day 1. Spent the morning in a Wi-Fi zone, minimal surfing, Facebook, and email. Around 6:00 PM I enabled the GPS and has been on ever since. Only a few minutes of cell phone usage. Moderate surfing, Twitter, and Facebook. At 12:35 AM the Smart Monitor app indicates that the battery has 40% remaining. I used Advanced Task Killer a handful of times today, no battery pull, no power cycles, no reboots performed today. Battery is impressive.
Day 3: Charged approximately from 1:00 AM to 7:30 AM. Same radio settings as Day 1, this time I enabled the GPS at 8:30 AM. Actively used Navigation app for about 30 minutes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does it's job, but not a super huge improvement on the battery life. A bit pricey for what it's worth.Published 21 months ago by default
I was very disappointed. The battery would not charge properly and I ended up using the original battery for over two years with a software app that killed all processes when the... Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by Fred Salzberg
I bought 2 of these, when the first failed after 8 months I chalked it up to bad luck, then the second failed failed after 8 months also, I believe there are manufacturing problems... Read morePublished on March 16, 2013 by David Dii
My cellphone is alive once again as a result of replacing the OEM battery. In fact with this battery, I can go much longer between charges.Published on March 12, 2013 by Shamus O'Reilly