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Battery boost for the Samsung Galaxy S3

2012 December 25

Recently, Samsung’s latest flagship and successor of the Samsung Galaxy S2 the Galaxy S3 has been given an official boost in the battery department by its maker with the new 3,000 mAh battery option. We all know that battery life is quite important and sadly, batteries have lagged way behind the rest of the technological advances that we have today when it comes to smartphones. In addition, many device owners today are struggling to make their devices last the whole day. 

Luckily, if you own a Samsung Galaxy S3, this new battery option by Samsung will give you the much needed additional boost for your device. This may potentially compromise the phone’s weight and size, but having longer battery life for your device is better than nothing.

Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S3 came with a 2,100 mAh battery. This may be powerful than other batteries out there, but the 3,000 mAh’s additional battery juice will make your dreams come true (that is being able to last the whole day or even more with your device). But of course, the new 3,000 mAh battery will cost you around $64.99 or £40.

Please note that an NFC chip is built into the pack and it also features new back cover to house the new super-sized battery for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Sadly, there is no confirmed battery life that this new 3,000 mAh can give you or how much weight you will have to bear with it on board. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S3 weighs in at 133 grams, but once you add this new battery pack and new back cover, the phone’s weight and size will definitely change.

Again, if you are sick and tired of draining your battery that quick, you now have the option to get the new 3,000 mAh battery for your Galaxy S3.

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