10,000 mAh Extended Battery Rugged Case Released By ZeroLemon For The Galaxy Note 3

ZeroLEmon has just released a 10,000 mAh Extended Battery Rugged Casing for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, providing a little over three times more power than its standard 3,200 mAh. now you can talk on for hours on end, play your favourite games or browse the internet on your Note 3 without having to worry too much about your battery draining out before you get home.

The casing features a rugged double layer design, perfect for people who tend to have slippery hands. Even so, better to be safe than sorry, and the double layer PC + TPU Protection really helps absorb major impacts. Besides the shock protection, the rugged surface helps you have a firm grip on your handset, therefore diminishing the chances of dropping your Galaxy Note 3. Don’t worry about your screen as well, because it also comes with a built-in screen protector attached to the case to help keep those scratches off your display.

Looking at the top and the bottom, we can see that it features a protective tab covering the 3.5 mm headphone jack, the microUSB and stylus pen slot from dust entry. Other features consist of a sturdy holster with kickstand, having the ability to withstand multiple insertions and also providing a multi-angle kickstand adjustment.

The battery extension case is quite promising and also provides some basic protection and features. For anyone interested, you can head on over to ZeroLemon’s website where you will find the battery extension case priced at $59.99.

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Mugen To Release 6,500 mAh Batteries For Samsung Note 3

According to NextPowerUp, Mugen, a brand of extended batteries for handsets, pocket Wi-Fi and laptops, is going to release a 6,500 mAh extended battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 handset.

While the Galaxy Note 3 packs a 3,200 mAh battery offering really good battery life, Mugen thought they can do better with their own solution, having 2.03 times more endurance than Samsung’s battery capacity. Mugen also offers battery extensions for other handset brands, such as Apple, Blackberry, Nokia, Motorola, LG, and many more on their website. The company was founded in Hong Kong at 1979 as a venture acting on secondary market of mobile multimedia devices (photo-, video cameras etc.) Nowadays it is focused on producing batteries for mobile electronic devices.

The price of the Mugen extended battery is $98.50 / €73 / £61 with free worldwide shipping and can be order on the company’s official website here. Shipping is dated and will start on December 6.

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