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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefiretiger View Post
    Ok im cerious because the biggest ive seen is the 1600mAh and that's nothing if its like 2200mAh or more then it would be worth a go imo.

    Myself I cant beleave the freedom this EL battery has given me. Im no longer stuck to a wall every couple hours and the phone doesnt get anywhere as hot as it did before. (20 f cooler on average)

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    It's 1200mAh, which would explain why it's the same price as the regular batteries in wholesale. I don't really trust packaging claims too much, which is why I never tell customers it's extended life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 154-4bdu114h View Post
    It's 1200mAh, which would explain why it's the same price as the regular batteries in wholesale. I don't really trust packaging claims too much, which is why I never tell customers it's extended life.
    Wow so the best bet for the ascend is the 1600mAh battery

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    How do you turn off your apps when there are not in use?

 

 
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