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The battery is held on by a wonderful surprise: Copious amounts of adhesive! ...grumble grumble...
We don't get deterred by simple things like sticky batteries.The battery comes out without fuss after a little elbow grease and a spudger.
It's actually pretty difficult to remove the battery without a pry tool like the spudger. The adhesive is so strong that you may accidentally bend the battery too much (and cause it to possibly ignite) if you try removing it with just your fingers.
The Droid 4's 3.8 V Li-ion battery reports 1785 mAh, a 5 mAh upgrade over the Droid RAZR, and a whopping 245 mAh upgrade over the Droid 3.
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