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-[* black] Would you look at that! An inductive charging coil!
-[* black] Is inductive charging going to catch on after all?
+[* black] Would you look at that! An inductive charging coil! (Maybe this'll catch on after all).
[* icon_reminder] Quick inductive charging refresher: an inductive charging station drives an alternating current through a coil. The current moving back and forth in the base coil generates and collapses a magnetic field, which induces a current flow in the coil in the device. This AC current is then rectified into DC power to charge the battery.
-[* black] The Nexus 6 features a 3.8 V, 3220 mAh battery with a power rating of 12.2 Wh.
- [* black] That's a step above the [guide|29206|iPhone 6 Plus's|stepid=69024] 11.1 Wh, but looks like [http://www.anandtech.com/show/8687/the-nexus-6-review/2|the Nexus battery life doesn't benefit much.]
+[* black] Peeling the coil off lets us get a look at the 3.8 V, 3220 mAh (12.2 Wh) battery.
+ [* black] That's a step above the [guide|29206|iPhone 6 Plus's|stepid=69024] 11.1 Wh, but it looks like [http://www.anandtech.com/show/8687/the-nexus-6-review/2|the Nexus battery life doesn't benefit much.]
+ [* icon_note] For a "non-removable" battery, that wasn't so hard.