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Default Mophie Galaxy S4 charger case

The charger case by Mophie may be a little expensive but it extended my battery life by about 80%. The case bulks up the phone a little bit but I find it easier to hold so its a fair trade. There is another battery case out there but though its cheaper and claims more battery capacity it has bad reviews.

Bottom line: I'm in love and I hope I help others extend their battery life with this quality product.

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Update: there are two cons I can think of: NFC and the HDMI hookup I have don't work. Thought this to be noteworthy. I have yet to try to see if ADB/ file transfer works.
 
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battery cases for a phone with a removable battery are pretty silly.

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I do see your side of the argument granted. Overall I think it's easier to just plug the phone in at night. No extra battery to swap out just when you're low on juice flip a switch and you're back in business.

I guess it boils down to personal preference.

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I do see your side of the argument granted. Overall I think it's easier to just plug the phone in at night. No extra battery to swap out just when you're low on juice flip a switch and you're back in business.

I guess it boils down to personal preference.

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$99 is crazy number.

Best deal, IMO.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...pf_rd_i=507846
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