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Samsung Galaxy S3 battery improvements just got cheaper

Even though the Samsung Galaxy S4 release date looms, it does not mean people are about to give up on their trusty Galaxy S3, although they do wish their current handset would have more staying power. For the most part the S3 battery life is rather impressive when compared to other Android handsets, and the iPhone 5, but it’s still not enough for those who rely on their phone heavily throughout the day.

However, there are some Samsung Galaxy S3 battery improvements, and one of these has just got cheaper. If you are a heavy user, then Phones Review has found the ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S3 Extended Battery case, which comes with a 7000 mAh battery.

This is not the most impressive thing about the case though, but rather its $33.99 price tag on Amazon. There are three color options for you, black, blue and white. There are other Galaxy S3 extended battery cases to choose from, but this is one of the cheapest and slimmest currently on the market, one that gives the handset a new lease of life for those of you who run out of juice during the course of a day.

Speaking of other cases like this on the market, the ZeroLemon offers more battery capacity than most of them, which is another reason why this seems to be such a good deal. That’s not all though, as the ZeroLemon Galaxy S3 Extended Battery comes with NFC support as well.

There is one negative feature though, and that is its design, as it does look rather ugly, but would you agree?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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