Galaxy Note gets a 4500 mAh battery boost from Mugen Power
| by Anuradha Shetty |
Samsung's 'bold' attempt at making the Galaxy Note, which aimed at bringing the finesse and expertise of a smartphone and a tablet onto a single device did pay off, with the Note generating some decent love in reviews. While most aspects of the Note earned appreciation, users were very specifically skeptical of the battery life on the Note, considering that it sported a big 5.3-inch screen, 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, among other specifications, which steadily consumed battery. Now, Mugen Power, reportedly has readied a 4500 mAh extended battery to power the Galaxy Note. While it certainly won't come cheap, considering that it is offering you a massive bump in battery life extension, it surely is worth considering.
The product overview on Mugen Power's website
If that was not enticing enough, Mugen Power also has a kickstand on offer. While it will definitely add to the bulk; it is a 'must-take' accompaniment, since it will make watching movies on the Note a hands-free experience. If you like what you see, then you would want to head over to their site to make your booking.
If you book rightaway, you will receive your unit by January 20, 2012, since the device is currently out of stock. The entire package is available for a 'Special price' of $ 109.95, which comes up to roughly Rs. 5,819.
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