Seidio Innocell 3500 mAh Extended Life Battery for HTC Droid Eris
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- Adds minimal amount of thickness and comes with a black replacement door to accommodate the larger size of the battery
- Capacity: 3500mAh
- 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
- Made from the highest quality Japanese cells
- Comes with a black replacement door featuring Seidio's signature soft touch coating
- Adds only 3-4mm to your device
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Tired of running out of battery life when you need it the most? When you can’t get to an outlet, our Innocell Super Extended Life Batteries will keep your HTC Droid Eris moving forward. Our Extended Life batteries utilize premium Japanese Lithium-Ion/Polymer cells to ensure the highest levels of safety and performance while offering you nearly twice the capacity of your stock battery. Super extended life batteries can offer up to 80-100% more battery life.* * All battery life claims are dependent upon usage patterns, network configuration and many other factors; actual results will vary.
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Terrible battery. I would like to say that it's to be expected but really? I'm no engineer but if they make 32 GB micro SD cards they should make batteries that hold a longer charge. To be quite honest, after conditioning my batter over the course of about a week and a half I DID notice a slight improvement. WITH GPS on WITH screen brightness 1/2 way up, and using process manager regularly.
However, there's just something comforting knowing your phone doesn't have to be charged every night. And you don't have to go through the settings everytime you want to use Google maps.
Great battery. Got it, opened it up, battery widget said %55 and 10 hours later %29 percent with EVERYTHING on and screen brightness up 100% trying to kill the battery to start THAT conditioning process.
Feel: I prefer the feeling of the Eris with this battery attached. I have big hands and the phone seemed uncomfortable at times with one or two hands. Now it's heaver and "rounder" and follows the natural contour of the hand better.
I do with the area around the camera lens/speaker on the case was flush though. There's about an 1/8" gap between the phone and the backing. Plenty of room for dust to get into the batter dept. We'll see what happens, I've always got a backup battery but kinda dumb for a $50 battery.
Battery size: Really not a big deal to me. I had been using a Verizon Shell/Holster Combo case which made the phone thicker to begin with. While I was sad that I wouldn't be able to use this case any more, I was able to use a case from one of my older WinMo phones (HTC 8125) just fine. It's just a slip-type case with a belt holder, but it works fine. Added weight of bigger battery isn't a problem either. I mean, really, it's just a small battery! Battery fit is very snug in my unit (appears to have a couple of guide tabs to help hold it).
Battery life: with only initial charge so far (performance is suppose to increase after 5-6 full charges), I went 24 hours of moderate/slightly heavy use and still had 43% left after 24 hours. Simply not possible for me with stock battery. Hopefully the battery retains it's ability to hold a good charge for quite a while -- time will tell on that one.
Replacement back quality: So far, so good. The "feel" is just like the original HTC back (at least to me). It fits just fine as well -- although I think the original back felt as if it had a tighter fit (makes sense when you think about how each of the two is designed with two different sizes). In normal usage, I think the Seidio replacement back will work just fine -- but my guess is that with a drop, the back will shoot out along with the battery (as another reviewer stated).
Only negative so far (for me) has to do with the back. The original HTC case has a plastic cover over the hole for the camera lens (even though there is plastic over the lens itself -inside- the cover). This is easily remedied by simply super-gluing a small piece of plastic cut from a screen protector onto the inside of the Seidio replacement back -- I just with Seidio had included it. I also wish they'd covered the speaker holes with a fine mesh (also easily fixed). Covered holes will mean less gunk inside the case where it doesn't belong. I do like how the camera lens is now recessed (protected) by the case now.
Conclusion: Buy it if you need to extra juice! I wish I'd bought it sooner, and I plan on buying a Seidio extended battery from the start for my next Droid when my current contract is up.