Extend Your LG V20's Battery With ZeroLemon's New Battery Case

ZeroLemon is pretty popular for their incredibly large capacity battery cases, and today they launched their latest battery case. This time for the LG V20. LG did include a 3200mAh battery inside the V20, which does perform somewhat well for the users that picked up the LG V20, but as we all know, it's always great to have a battery backup available for those long days. And ZeroLemon's battery case does just that. It increases the battery capacity from a measly 3200mAh to a whopping 10,000mAh. Since the LG V20 does have a removable battery, it does replace the existing battery with the much higher capacity battery.

Now, ZeroLemon sells this large 10,000mAh battery with a somewhat "boring" TPU case. There's not a whole lot going for this case, and it looks more or less like a big brick. As expected, this case does add quite a bit of thickness to the LG V20, so it's not something that you'll likely want to have on your V20 every single day, but it is great to have on long days, and days where you're traveling and spending loads of time in airports. This battery should effectively triple your battery life on the LG V20. And since the LG V20 does support Quick Charge 3.0, you should be able to charge this battery fairly quickly - at least quickly compared to a typical 10,000mAh battery.

ZeroLemon offers 180-day warranty on all of their products. So should anything go wrong with this battery case for the LG V20 you'll be able to get it fixed up right away, and not worry about needing to buy a new one. This battery case is not cheap by any means. Amazon is offering up the ZeroLemon battery case for the LG V20 for about $59.99. That's cheaper than most other battery cases - like the mophie options available for Samsung and Apple devices - but it is definitely a lower quality and not as good looking. This product is all about offering a ton of capacity for the user. Which it does well. You can pick up this battery case for the LG V20 from the link below.

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