A $30 Samsung Galaxy S3 extended battery is capable of delivering four days of battery life and NFC to the Samsung Galaxy S3. The extended Samsung Galaxy S3 battery may even last five days according to one review.
This isn’t a battery life claim from a marathoner dialing back Galaxy S3 settings, but a user who claims this battery life says he was also using the Galaxy S3 for gaming and with extensive screen time.
The ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S3 extended battery offers 7,000 mAh of battery power, which is reportedly the worlds larges Samsung Galaxy S3 battery.
This Samsung Galaxy S3 battery is massive, fitting into the back of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and spilling over the back to offer up a much larger phone. That said, the Galaxy S3 extended battery includes a TPU plastic case that fits over the back of the phone and wraps around to the front for a more ergonomic feel.
The ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S3 case comes in black, white and blue and even supports NFC so users can keep using Google Wallet and S Beam.
The Smoking Android shares the video review of this case, where they explain more about the use and show off just how big the actual battery is.
Of course this battery isn’t without compromises. Adding the ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S3 battery with a 7,000 mAh rating will bulk up the Galaxy S3 considerably.
The overall size of the Samsung Galaxy S3 extended battery looks similar to the Hyperion Samsung Galaxy SIII 4200mAh extended battery we reviewed last year. The Hyperion battery lasted about two days, which is great, but sound short compared to the promise of four or five days of use.
The official Samsung Galaxy S3 extended battery arrived in late December with a 3,000 mAh rating. This model will help some users get through a full day, with a Galaxy Note 2 sized power rating, but it can’t match up to the power packed into this extended Galaxy S3 battery.
The ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S3 extended battery is available from Amazon for $33 and also comes in white and blue.
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