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[* black] The battery tray comes out with no problem.
[* black] The tray is held in play onlyplace by only a few screwsscrews (yay!), but the battery, itself,battery is secured to the tray with some moderate adhesivepretty sticky adhesive (boo!).
[* black] The tray is held in play onlyplace by only a few screwsscrews (yay!), but the battery, itself,battery is secured to the tray with some moderate adhesivepretty sticky adhesive (boo!).
[* black] The battery is rated at 3.8 V, 15 Wh, and 3950 mAh.
[* icon_note] TheDespite a 4326 mAh battery in the [guide|9623|original Nexus 7 2nd Generation7|stepid=36530], the new generation boasts up to an extra hour of battery life while surfing the web compared to [guide|9623|the original Nexus 7|stepid=36530]life. Lower power consumption devices mean more bang for your ecological-impact buck, so it's definitely a nice trend.
[* icon_note] TheDespite a 4326 mAh battery in the [guide|9623|original Nexus 7 2nd Generation7|stepid=36530], the new generation boasts up to an extra hour of battery life while surfing the web compared to [guide|9623|the original Nexus 7|stepid=36530]life. Lower power consumption devices mean more bang for your ecological-impact buck, so it's definitely a nice trend.