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Where is the "mystery battery tech"

  1. kitsVA
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014


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  2. shussain5721
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    shussain5721 , Apr 24, 2014 :
    I think the mystery is that they gave us a removable back, but a "non-removable" battery. LOL
     

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  3. LeavingSamsung
    Honeycomb Apr 24, 2014

    LeavingSamsung , Apr 24, 2014 :
    Yeah, i've read your post a few pages back. I guess you're right but it might be possible that most of the internals inside the OnePlus One are identical with those of the Find 7. So the possibility remains that the One might be able to support Rapidcharging but just lacks the charger. But I also think that the processor is important as well! Personally I have not seen anything like this Rapidcharging before!
     

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  4. memed
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    memed , Apr 24, 2014 :
    And many more languages, you can download the data needed for this in one of the menues. Then you have voice recon with out internet, I use it for german since the very beginning.
    -M
     

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  5. bpcooper14
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    bpcooper14 , Apr 24, 2014 :
    This is the one thing I'm still curious about clarification. TBH I can live without the sd card and swappable battery (I'm currently living without both and have no issues). I would love to have the fast charging that is in the Find 7. Here's to waiting to see.
     

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  6. Deathlefty
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014


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  7. nerico
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    nerico , Apr 24, 2014 :
    It should be working..i don't fine any reason why it shouldn't
     

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    fede10, carlitos23 and fabryx92 like this.
  8. pdiddles
    Apr 24, 2014


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  9. Mat
    Honeycomb Apr 24, 2014


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  10. serj_mig
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 24, 2014

    serj_mig , Apr 24, 2014 :
    I'd like this to be clarified as well.

    @Carl maybe? What is this "mystery tech"? Why is it still a secret after the unveil?
     

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  11. ibar78
    Donut Apr 24, 2014


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  12. Sevan
    Jelly Bean Apr 24, 2014

    Sevan , Apr 24, 2014 :
    I do not see why not. But you probably will not need to do that; I have not since 3 years ago on any phone.
     

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  13. Vinay S P
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 24, 2014

    Vinay S P , Apr 24, 2014 :
    i saw a video on geek.com, but it was a pre production unit. and he had to yell to make it work.
    but he dint mentioned abt offline working
     

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  14. Sevan
    Jelly Bean Apr 24, 2014

    Sevan , Apr 24, 2014 :
    Offline working?
     

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  15. Simone_Sola97
    Jelly Bean Apr 24, 2014

    Simone_Sola97 , Apr 24, 2014 :
    I think that the "magic" is the software optimization, plus the DRAM display and the other little things that save energy. I think it's defined "mystery tech" because it's made of little improvements of the hardware that combined with the software can increase a lot the battery without choosing a specific mode to save the battery. That's my opinion, bye!
     

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  16. nerico
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    nerico , Apr 24, 2014 :
    I heard something about the device learning your voice little by little. That could be another reason why it's not perfect yet.
     

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  17. Montalbert
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014

    Montalbert , Apr 24, 2014 :
    nah- it's not software. When he talked about it Carl called it mystery tech. To me that means hardware. I figured it'd be the fast charging that the Find 7 has.

    Maybe they couldn't fit it in such a small body once they fit the 5.5" screen inside the 5" body :-/
     

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  18. rpande
    Cupcake Apr 24, 2014

    rpande , Apr 24, 2014 :
    Yep... That surely blows the never settle paradigm. Makes a good marketing slogan though....
     

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  19. Troyd879
    Froyo Apr 24, 2014

    Troyd879 , Apr 24, 2014 :
    Which cheeks?
     

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  20. polluted
    Gingerbread Apr 24, 2014


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