ZeroLemon, who is well-known for putting out some pretty massive batteries (and not battery cases, as many smartphones have moved away from removable batteries), has just launched a slew of new battery cases for some of the latest flagship smartphones. These include the Moto Z, OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T, Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL.
The cases available for the OnePlus 3/3T and Moto Z are both 7500mAh, so you're getting a pretty big bump in the amount of juice available for your smartphone with these cases. These cases do use the USB-C ports on the smartphones to plug in and recharge the battery. It has its own charging port on the right side of the case, and it will take a couple of hours to recharge this battery, since it is a whopping 7500mAh. This case does make both the OnePlus 3/3T and the Moto Z a fair amount larger than they would normally be. Now the case is a bit thicker because it is drop proof, and shock proof. That's a good thing, as you wouldn't want to drop your smartphone with this large 7500mAh battery inside, and have the battery puncture, remember batteries are a form of an explosive, so protecting it is definitely a good thing.
When it comes to the Pixel, there's a slightly smaller capacity battery available. Coming in at 6500mAh for the Pixel, while the Pixel XL has the largest of the four, coming in at 8500mAh. These all feature four LED lights on the back which will show how much battery is left in the ZeroLemon battery. There's also a power button below those LED's. This power button is used for turning on the battery, which will then start charging the internal battery in your respective smartphone. The Moto Z, OnePlus 3/3T, and Pixel XL cases are clocking in at a price tag of $59.99, with the smaller Pixel case coming in at $54.99. That's actually pretty decent, as far as pricing goes. There are many cases - especially the more rugged ones - that are priced at about that, and they don't sport a huge battery for keeping your smartphone juiced up all day long.