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[* black] Google has a different take on the [guide|67384|"pull to remove" battery tab|stepid=136474]: a perforated portion of the sleeve that, when peeled away, becomes an impressive pull tab.
[* black] Two strips of fairly strong adhesive secure this HTC-made battery, but the pull tab does its job without heat. (And may do double duty as a tamper-evident seal?)
[* black] This 13.28 Wh battery beats out the 11.1 Wh [guide|67384|iPhone 7 Plus|stepid=136475|new_window=true], but not the [guide|56845|Galaxy S7 Edge|stepid=123311|new_window=true] with its 13.86 Wh powerhouse.
[* icon_note] Worth noting''note''-ing, the [http://ifixit.org/blog/8464/batteries-explode-note7/|exploding|new_window=true] Samsung Galaxy [guide|66389|Note7|stepid=135829|new_window=true] packed a 13.48 Wh battery before its untimely demise.
[* icon_note] Worth noting''note''-ing, the [http://ifixit.org/blog/8464/batteries-explode-note7/|exploding|new_window=true] Samsung Galaxy [guide|66389|Note7|stepid=135829|new_window=true] packed a 13.48 Wh battery before its untimely demise.