Goodbye Sony. Hello again, Moto X.
I am using the magnector x as the charging. It has rhinoshield front and back and temporarily the rearth fusion case on it.
Energy in watt-hours is equal to the electric charge in milliampere-hours times the voltage (in volts) divided by 1000:
If the nominal voltage is 5 (I can't see this on a data sheet anywhere, I'm looking)
Energy = 6700mAh × 5v / 1000 = 33.5Wh
The Nexus 9 would have a 33.5 Wh battery. Once someone has the actual voltage, plug it into the equation in place of the 5v number and recalculate.
Edit The iFixit teardown says the battery is 3.8V. So:
Energy = 6700mAh × 3.8V / 1000 = 25.46Wh
Most batteries are considered fully discharged at around 3.3-3.5 volts (I may be off by a little bit here, and to some degree this is a design decision), and they are fully charged at 4.2v for most Li-Ion batteries.
However, there is a new chemistry out there that has a maximum voltage of 4.35v instead of 4.2v. Oppo's Find 5 was the first device I ever saw with this new chemistry.
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