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[* black] The battery comes with these handy pull tabstabs, previously seen in the [guide|114159|Mate 20 Pro|stepid=219749|new_window=true].
[* black] While the onestabs labelled "1" and "2" are somewhat useless (don't mistake them for adhesive pull tabs), number 3 helps us lever the energy cell out of the case.
[* blackicon_note] This battery delivers a typical capacity of 16.04 Wh (4200 mAh @ 3.82 V), which3.82 V)—which is on par with the Mate 20 ProPro, while beating the [guide|120436|Galaxy S10+|new_window=true] (15.79 Wh), not to mention the [guide|113021|iPhone XS Max|new_window=true] (12.08 Wh).
[* black] The battery comes with these handy pull tabstabs, previously seen in the [guide|114159|Mate 20 Pro|stepid=219749|new_window=true].
[* black] While the onestabs labelled "1" and "2" are somewhat useless (don't mistake them for adhesive pull tabs), number 3 helps us lever the energy cell out of the case.
[* blackicon_note] This battery delivers a typical capacity of 16.04 Wh (4200 mAh @ 3.82 V), which3.82 V)—which is on par with the Mate 20 ProPro, while beating the [guide|120436|Galaxy S10+|new_window=true] (15.79 Wh), not to mention the [guide|113021|iPhone XS Max|new_window=true] (12.08 Wh).