Super Charge Your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 With The ZeroLemon 10,000mAh Battery

The age-old question of how to extend your smartphone's battery life still continues, even though some phones are getting better at lasting most of us throughout the entire day. To combat this problem of low battery syndrome you can always carry a battery pack with you, but that usually adds a little more extra bulk than some people are willing to carry. ZeroLemon's 10,000mAh battery case for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 helps cut down on some of that bulk by giving you the same battery capacity as many battery packs, but in a case form so you don't really have to carry anything extra on your person, and you can grab it off of Amazon for just $59.99. It does bulk up your phone a bit though, which is a small price to pay if you want such a huge battery to compliment your device in those times of need for power.

While ZeroLemon's case does add a little extra bulk to your device, it also adds loads of battery capacity that should ensure it will never die on you again, and it's equipped with all the open ports so you can access your external buttons, charging and audio port if you need to plug in a pair of headphones. It also guarantees NFC support for S Beam and Google Wallet if you use those two functions, and the case itself is now ruggedized with improved shock protection if you accidentally drop it.

Since ZeroLemon's batteries and battery cases have an 180-day warranty you can feel safe using it and should anything happen in that time ZeroLemon will end up replacing it. The included belt clip is nice too as it can act like a kickstand which makes this a great companion for when watching movies or other videos on your device. If you have a Galaxy note 4 you already have a decent sized battery, but this takes things to the next level especially if you're a supremely heavy user of the device. While this is technically a case for the phone too, the battery is quite large so the case has a replacement back cover attached to it which replaces the stock battery door on the Galaxy Note 4.

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Justin Diaz

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