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If you look at the Nexus 7 teardown videos, the battery is replaceable. On that note, my 7" HTC Flyer is 1.5 years old and the battery is still working fine. Also, once the warranty has expired I would have no hesitation about replacing the battery myself.
So, i have another question about the Nexus 7 Tablet.1) If i buy from the Google Direct or Another Seller? How long is the Warranty?Example - With my Laptop, when i bought it, the battery was 3 hours, after 2 years it degraded to 10mins - So i then simply bought a new battery. My question is that, How does this work with Tablets?Because when looking at the back, it seems joined and built in, there is no removable battery. So after 2 years, If i need a new battery, What would i do? Can you buy replacement battery? or will my tablet be dead?Thank You EDIT >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> - AFTER Some Research the battery is replaceable and will cost around 40$ ish