Mugen Power Extended Battery For AT&T Ver Of G Pro.

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Why would someone pay $90 for 6400mah when zerolemon has 9300mah for $45? Serious question!

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The only possible reason I could think of was weight.

Personally, I picked up a 13 Ah battery pack for 40 bucks, so my phone stays light and I carry the battery only when I need it.

If I decide to go big battery, it's the ZeroLemon all the way. But I can see where some folks might like making the phone only a little thicker and heavier and double the battery.

Mind you, I just love that mugen is paying attention, it's a good sign that more accessories might come to the best kept secret as the best phone of the year.



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The reason people would choose Mugen Power's battery over Zero Lemon's is because you can still use the NFC and Wireless Charging functions with MP's batteries while with ZL's you cannot.i I also remember reading somewhere that MP's batteries that were smaller gave about the same amount of usage as the bigger Zero Lemon batteries. Those seem like good enough reasons to me.
 
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