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[* black] Removing the battery is also easy as pie, thanks to the small notch at the bottom.
[* icon_note] With its recessed contacts and sturdier plastic casingcasing, this battery is a well-protected throwback we're happy to see.
[* icon_note] With its recessed contacts and sturdier plastic casingcasing, this battery is a well-protected throwback we're happy to see.
[* black] With 11.781 Wh (3,060 mAh at 3.85 V) this juice box is not the biggest around these days. But, it should get you through the day—and if it doesn't, you can just carry a spare and swap it out!
[* black] It beats the [guide|123256|Google Pixel 3a|stepid=238142|new_window=true] in capacity (11.55 Wh) but cannot quite touch the [guide|113021|iPhone Xs Max|stepid=216142|new_window=true] (12.08 Wh), let alone the [guide|125456|shift 6m|stepid=242530|new_window=true] (16.3 Wh).
[* black] TakingThe underside of the under-battery message to heart ("Wellbattery has an encouraging message: "''Well done. You're what progress looks like.")—it'slike.''" And you know what? They're right about one thing—it's time to make some more teardown progress. Onward!
[* black] TakingThe underside of the under-battery message to heart ("Wellbattery has an encouraging message: "''Well done. You're what progress looks like.")—it'slike.''" And you know what? They're right about one thing—it's time to make some more teardown progress. Onward!