Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Official Replacement Batteries Now Available To Buy


One of the features of Samsung's newer flagship device, the Galaxy Note 4 is its battery life. This is touted as one of those "two-day devices" and as such it does come equipped with a 3,220mAh battery. That said, one of the benefit of Samsung devices is that they have always come with removable batteries. And with removable batteries you have the added benefit of being able to switch the battery. Yes, unlike fixed battery units you do not have to worry so much about battery life as you can simply have more than one battery. When one dies, no problem. Out it goes and the new one goes in. Simples.

Well, if you are one of those Note 4 power users who needs the comfort of a second (or third) battery then your additional battery needs are about to be met. ShopAndroid now lists available-to-buy Note 4 replacement batteries. If you just want the battery on its own then you are looking at a cost of $27.95. However, even with a spare battery you still need a way to charge it right? Well, for $37.95 you can pick up the full Note 4 extra battery kit. In this pack, you get the standard 3220mAh battery, but also the external charging unit which will keep your spare battery fully charged and ready. In addition, it seems you will also get a small plastic carrying case too. Not bad for an extra $10. Although you should know that currently the Note 4 battery kit is listed as out of stock. That said, the standard battery is still in stock.


Thinking about picking up a Note 4? Quick reminder? The Note 4 comes with a 5.7" QHD Super AMOLED display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. Inside you get 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and powered by either a Snapdragon 805 processor or Samsung's own Exynos processor. The Note 4 also comes with a 16MP rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization along with a 13MP front shooter. Of course the device comes running on a 3220mAh battery and loaded with Android 4.4.4 (KitKat). So, thinking of getting a Note 4? Already got one? Will you pick up an extra battery or two? Let us know

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