Samsung Galaxy Note 5, S6 Edge+ get the Zerolemon Treatment

ZeroLemon has made a name for itself by making some really large extended batteries for smartphones that have removable batteries, as well as battery cases for those that have non-removable batteries. In fact, they made a 10,000mAh extended battery for the Galaxy Note 4 last year, talk about never needing to charge again. ZeroLemon has just released their battery case for both the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5, which brings in another 3500mAh battery which will help you get through longer days when needed.

The Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ both feature a 3000mAh battery inside, and for most people it provides a full day of use. Much improved over the Galaxy S6 released earlier on in the year. But there are some days where you might use your smartphone a bit heavier than normal. Whether that's using navigation, watching lots of videos or something else. This Slim Battery case for both devices features a protective case for protecting your Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5, but also a 3500mAh battery embedded which will charge the battery inside the device by using the micro USB port. There are four LED's on the back of the case, which show you how much juice is left in the embedded battery. This is great for charging up during the day, when you don't want to carry around a power bank, although some could argue you are already.

ZeroLemon is selling these slim battery cases for $39.99 each. About the normal price for ZeroLemon's products. For this price you could get a 10,000mAh power bank or even larger for less money. And carry that around in your bag or purse. It would keep the device from being so bulky, and also allow you to stay away from the outlet longer.

It's always great to see products like this available for smartphones that don't have a removable battery like this years Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. Both of these are available on Amazon right now, and can be had for $39.99 each and they do get free shipping, but not via Amazon Prime, unfortunately.

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