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[* black] First off, let's take a peek at the Gear Live's battery.
[* black] We use a spudger to pry the lightly-adhered battery connectorcontact pad from its roost in the rear cover, and then use some sweet tweezers to pull the unitpowerhouse out of the rear housingpanel.
[* black] The battery inscription says "1.14 Wh." According to our mathemagics and thea 300 mAh battery, we conclude this watch runs on a fairly standard 3.8 V design.
[* black] We use a spudger to pry the lightly-adhered battery connectorcontact pad from its roost in the rear cover, and then use some sweet tweezers to pull the unitpowerhouse out of the rear housingpanel.
[* black] The battery inscription says "1.14 Wh." According to our mathemagics and thea 300 mAh battery, we conclude this watch runs on a fairly standard 3.8 V design.