6,200 mAh battery with NFC
Has anyone bought the 6,200 Hyperion extended battery:
Amazon.com: Hyperion Samsung Galaxy Note II 6200mAh Extended Battery + White Back Cover (Compatible with Samsung Galaxy Note II GT-N7100, T-Mobile Galaxy Note II SGH-T889, Sprint Galaxy Note 2 SPH-L900, At&t Samsung Galaxy Note II SGH-i317, and Veriz
Even though the stock battery life is great, this battery was really cheap so I ordered it to try it out. Its a massive battery and its one of the few with NFC supprot. There is also a TPU case just for this particular battery/case combo.
I can't wait to see how many days my note will last with this battery!
- 01-20-2013, 07:31 PM #2
- 01-21-2013, 01:58 AM #5
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Re: 6,200 mAh battery with NFC
Extend your talk time on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (ALL Models).
6200 mAh Battery Capacity (with Extended Back Cover).
Batteries use Hyperion Accessories "A" Grade Lithium Ion Cells.
Designed and Manufactured by Hyperion Electronics Accessories.
Notice:The Galaxy Note 2 Extended Battery is Without NFC/Google Wallet Capabilities.
^^ "Without" NFC, as oppossed to OP "includes" NFC capabilities - for further clarity to people reading
Not to be nitpicky, but, yeah, nitpickin' : ))
Re: 6,200 mAh battery with NFC
So I got tired of testing the battery and stopped at 15%..... Summary......the battery lasts long enough. It would most likely have gone a full 24 hours. I was predicting 2 days. But then again, this was done on a weekend when I don't know if I am ever NOT on it. I'm gonna put it through a few cycles per the instructions it came with and do a regular day test in the next week when I am working and not on it all day. I bet I could push this thing to 2 days.
The main goal of battery life should be able to get you through a full day from the and time you wake up and unplug your phone to the time you go to sleep under any use with lots of apps on your phone. This battery life accomplishes that. The battery has its trade off which is its extra thickness. Its not bad but Its a little too bulky for an everyday battery when the OEM battery will do pretty well. It would be ideal for the weekend, trips or when you are on the go and not able to charge the battery too much which I am sure is common with many folks. Since the OEM battery will get me through the regular office job day and fits in my pocket pretty good, I will use the OEM battery more but no regrets getting the battery and tpu case. I will definitely have a use for it.
If you are looking for an extended battery for the Note II, this is the one to get. You can't ask for more.
Of note (no pun intended), I have seen a few batterys rated at 4k on ebay for the same size as OEM that don't need a special case (gold brand batteries?) but I read reviews saying the battery life is the same which leads me to believe that they have labels on them that are basically false advertising and actual ratings are no more than OEM even though the labels say so. So I passed on those.
- 01-22-2013, 09:44 AM #9
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