Rob Watson

HTC Sensation Battery

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My battery died recently, after only three months of having the phone. I purchased the following http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0053EZJMC/ref=oss_product, which is excellent value. Not only does it last longer then the stock battery, but i have noticed vast improvement in performance. I have not done comparison tests but it feels like i am not charging my phone anywhere near as much.

I think it is well worth the low investment.

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Hi, i managed to pick up 2, yes TWO of these batts & a mains battery/USB charger for £12! Now that is a real bargain. And yes the battery does last a while longer than the stock one, but its still not brilliant :(

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wanted to buy those recently, but was unable to do so due to it being unable to ship to my country :( damn a waste

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Hi, i managed to pick up 2, yes TWO of these batts & a mains battery/USB charger for £12! Now that is a real bargain. And yes the battery does last a while longer than the stock one, but its still not brilliant :(

Hi Rob,

From where did you buy those batteries?

Seems to me original battery can only last about 9-10 hrs after a full charge.

Already bumped the battery for 2 nights and still see the same results.

Heard of Mugen Power extended batteries? They make your phone ugly lol.

I was happy when I made the jump from X10i to HTC. Thought the battery would more lasting...

I had 3 batteries with X10i. Guess I need 2 for HTC.

Nokia phone didn't give me such a problem 5-8 yrs ago.

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