PowerSkin PSAP1512 - Funda con batería para Galaxy S2
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Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 - Cargador Bateria PowerSkin - 1500mAh- Protege los laterales y parte trasera de tu smartphone.- Aporta 1500mAh de batería para que te dure el doble- Color Negro
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1. It does charge my battery all the way to 100% as advertised.
2. It does not interfere or tear up my screen protector that I put on the Atrix.
3. Case is made of 100% recycled material. Mother Earth thanks XPal for this.
4. Blue LEDs are cool looking.
5. HDMI and Micro USB ports still easily accessible.
6. Lock and volume buttons still easily function with case on.
7. Case is easy to put on.
1. It makes the Atrix very bulky and is a giant brick. This is a bummer since it is such a sleek phone.
2. The silicone case makes it difficult to get out of your pocket and is a lint trap.
3. The silicone case is pretty flimsy compared to some cases. However, since the Atrix is made from Kevlar and Gorilla Glass, might not be that big of an issue.
4. The on/off button is on the back instead of on the bottom of the phone. I wonder if it is being turned off and on accidentally because of this.
5. It does not act like an extra battery. This prodcut acts like a charger for your phone. Once it is plugged in, your phone acts as if it is plugged into the wall (has the little lightning bolt symbol) and continues to until the Powerskin is empty. I worry about what this does to the internal battery since this is a sealed unit.
6. The battery pack takes FOREVER to charge. I woke up to my phone dying at 7:15am this morning. As of 12pm the phone was 100% charged but the Powerskin was still less than 25% charge. I'm beginning to wonder if they need to be charged seperately. According to the Powerskin website they can be charged at the same time. Maybe mine is faulty? Not quite sure yet...
Again, I'm still figuring this product out and will update this as I learn more and answer my own questions. Powerskin's website and directions included in the box are not very informative at all. I'm going to continue to use this for a few more days and see how I feel about it. Right now I'm leaning towards returning it as $80 is a lot of money. I'm continuously learning how to disable battery draining apps, uninstall other power hogs I don't need, and set up the phone to maximize battery life and might ultimately not need it.
9/25/12 - So I've decided to return this product. It was getting turned on when I did not want it to while in my pocket - again I'm guessing due to the placement of the on/off button. I never quite figured out the charging issue when connected to the phone - the phone would charge just fine but not the case when plugged in together. I had to seperate case and phone to get it to charge. I'd like to re-iterate, this product does charge my battery 100% as advertised. My main issues were more cosmetic and size related. Also, I've learned how to better manage the battery on the phone - disabling bloatware, getting rid of Weather Channel App (major power hog!), using Juice Defender app, etc. Since doing all of that and then some my battery has been great. The last 2 days I've been at a conference checking all emails from 2 accounts, texting, internet, few phone calls, etc. Each day after an 8 hour conference plus 2 hour roundtrip drive I had about 45% battery life left. Huge improvement. So at this point, I'm thinking the need for a battery case is outweiged by my cosmetic dislikes.
I got the PowerSkin Protective Case with Built-in Battery for HTC Desire HD/Inspire 4G - Black from UPS yesterday evening and put it directly on my HTC Inspire. The Inspire that I bought 2 weeks ago was great and the $1.00 upgrade from my old Samsung Sunburst also was a great price from AT&T.
I am a contractor and my big problem with the HTC Inspire was that I ran it out of power in about 8 or 9 hours - and my day normally last 10 to 12 hours. Great phone, but no battery life. In addition there aren't many batteries on the after-market that looked to significantly extend the phone's power out to a full day. This powerskin has already made itself worth the price, because it is currently noon and I have ran it out of power, but it took 17 hours.
Realistically I will have to charge it daily, but I do that already with my work radio and garmin GPS so it not as big an inconvenience since I do that by force of habit. Certainly not as much as swapping out the battery through the difficult-opening side cover if I had bought an extra (my first thought) battery.
I will update as needed monthly for the next 3 months.HTC A9192 Inspire 4G Unlocked Phone with Android OS, 3G Support, 8 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, and GPS--(Black)HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone (AT&T)HTC A8181 Desire Unlocked Quad-Band GSM Phone with Android OS, HTC Sense UI, 5 MP Camera, Wi-Fi and gps navigation--International Version with Warranty (Brown)HTC Desire A9191EUK HD A9191 Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone with 8 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Touchscreen - Unlocked Phone - No Warranty - Black
6-16-2012 Update. I have found an additional way to save power. I have replaced many of the widgets that were 'always running' (and sucking up power) in the htc 4G Inspire with apps that I turn on and off as I need them. I am now up to 74-78 hours of usage time.