Samsung Galaxy Note 3 gets largest battery yet: 10,000 mAh

By Alexandra Burlacu | Dec 09, 2013 08:17 AM EST

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 owners can now get an extended battery from ZeroLemon, adding a whopping 10,000 mAh capacity so they can enjoy their phablet for longer.

The massive Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the most popular devices of this year, but a large display and powerful internals do take their toll on the battery. Samsung itself has packed the device with a large battery, but those who still find it insufficient often opt for external batteries to add more juice.

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The folks from Mugen launched a 6,500 mAh battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 just last month, offering nearly double the battery life of the device. If that 6,500 mAh unit is still not enough, however, ZeroLemon is now offering a whopping 10,000 mAh battery, the most powerful one currently available on the market.

Those who opt for a high-end device such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are obviously not looking just for the basic phone functionality of calling and texting, but also to stay connected to the Internet at all times, use a slew of apps and enjoy the supersized smartphone's other functions. Smartphones have become increasingly complex and today's high-end handsets are like mini PCs, but all of this complexity also means shorter battery life compared to basic mobile phones.

ZeroLemon's new 10,000 mAh battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will provide an extended battery life of roughly two days of moderate to heavy usage. The battery costs a hefty $59.99, but it does come with a few freebies to sweeten the deal. The battery comes with a rugged case with multiple layers of protection, as well as a belt clip holster that also serves as a kickstand, and a free screen protector.

Moreover, the battery also comes with 180 days of ZeroLemon warranty with Amazon and a 30-day money back guarantee, in case you're not satisfied with the product. The unit is available worldwide, not just the U.S., but international users may face extra shipping charges on top of the gadget's $59.99 price tag.

The 10,000 mAh Samsung Galaxy Note 3 battery is available for purchase from ZeroLemon at this link.



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