Samsung Galaxy Note 2 longevity doubled

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It’s no secret that battery life duration has now become a key part of any future smartphone decision-making purchase. We saw the true potential of awesome battery life with handsets like the Droid RAZR MAXX and now consumers are more conscious than ever that manufacturers ensure that adequate batteries are fitted inside the latest smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3.

We have spoke in the past about the possibilities of extending battery life via an external pack should you require it, and now we have a treat in store for Galaxy Note 2 owners who are really looking to boost the already impressive battery life even more. As most of you will be aware, the Note 2 already ships with a 3100mAh which is sufficient for the average consumer needs, but now word has spread that the opportunity to double that battery life is available, courtesy of Mugen and their upcoming 6400mAh beast of a battery.

Battery life on the Galaxy Note 2 hasn’t even been a cause of concern for consumers as far as we’ve seen it, but just to be safe for those that need it, this 6400mAh battery is going to give you all the extra power you need – albeit with the consequence of a little added bulk.

Mugen claims that the extra power will offer a 2.06 increase compared to the 3100mAh battery that ships with the Galaxy Note 2, but for that you’ll have to put up with a battery door case that attaches to the back of your device. It is available in two colors depending on if you own the Titanium Grey Note 2 or the Marble White version.

This unrivaled battery boost comes at a price as well, as Mugen will be charging $98.95 for each one – so not exactly cheap. If you’re interested in picking one up, you can pre-order right now on their website here and orders will be shipped on December 21 according to their website, so expect delivery just in time for Christmas.

Do you have a necessity to get one of these monster packs, or are you happy with the 3100mAh battery life that the Galaxy Note 2 already offers out of the box? A 6400mAh battery is impressive regardless though, so we have a feeling that a lot of these are going to be snapped up soon ready for delivery on or around December 21.

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  • TwoCakes

    only now to be completed undone by an untested frivolous update 4.1.2. Battery life is now the worse phone out there.