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mfidelman at meetinghouse.net
Wed Sep 17 05:09:08 UTC 2014
Roland Dobbins wrote:
> On Sep 17, 2014, at 11:07 AM, Keith Medcalf <kmedcalf at dessus.com> wrote:
>> Most phones these days, however, ship with teeny weenie batteries that can barely keep the device working for a few hours at a time, let alone be actually useful for anything (unless you carry four or five fully charges spares with you at all times). The manufacturer provided battery would last about 6 hours with all functions turned on, provided you never used the phone or turned on the display.
> Samsung's Note 2 (what I'm using), Note 3, and the upcoming Note 4 all sport removable batteries, thankfully, along with MicroSD slots (I have a 128GB MicroSD in mine).
> ZeroLemon (available through Amazon) make high-capacity batteries/cases for the Samsung phones. I have two of their 9,000mAh extended batteries for the Note 2, along with their ZeroShock case which replaces the back cover of the phone and holds the extended-life batteries (the batteries themselves come with replacement back covers/cases, but I prefer the presumed additional protection offered by the ZeroShock case).
My Note 2 would be useless without one of those big batteries.
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