I have a phone with 3.7v, 1500 mAH genuine battery.
This being said, the maximum power that this battery can hold can be calculated easily:
3.7 v *1500 mAH = 5550 mV.
I'm trying to see what battery actually tells the Android when it's charged by %100 by using Nema's very known battery calibration app and it, unfortunately, says only about 4800 when charged %100 (I'll provide a definitive screenshot soon)
Here is my question: Is it possible, that the battery never charges to it's maximum and leaving about %10-%20 uncharged at each charge? And If so, is there any way to tell the system to charge the battery until it reaches 5550 mV?
I'd also want to know if people can observe their battery-stated power limit when their Android device charged %100.
I'm talking about this battery http://www.batteryforum.org/t1356-alcatel-ot-995-battery-tli5baa on Alcatel OT-995.