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Mugen Power 3200mAh and 6000mAh Battery Case for HTC One XL / AT&T HTC One X

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Just a public service announcement as well. If you want something more "generic" which can power just about any mobile device (though admittedly it won't be as integrated as Mugen's battery cases - which are very good if you want that form factor), Daily Steals has what looks to be a good one on sale (mon 8/6):
http://www.dailysteals.com/
The reviews shows these guys as shady, but I did buy a gnex from them and besides a delay in the shipping, they fulfilled their end of the transaction.
 
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Definitely will be ordering one. If the 6000 is only a little bit more I'm assuming that is the one to get...? I'm so glad Magen finally went through with these. When you get yours write a first impressions/review!!
 
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Definitely will be ordering one. If the 6000 is only a little bit more I'm assuming that is the one to get...? I'm so glad Magen finally went through with these. When you get yours write a first impressions/review!!
6000 is a little excessive considering our battery is 1800. We only need 3200 to make it last pretty darn long but yeah like you said it's only a bit more

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Looks nice... but damn that price is pretty high. Guess when push comes to shove at the end of my contract I'll get one of these.
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From what I see, the 6000mah you'll have to charge it separate, the 3200 mah one you can charge in the same time with the phone... Does it makes it much thicker? Just curious, cause I still think the stock one is plenty enough for me.

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Looks nice... but damn that price is pretty high. Guess when push comes to shove at the end of my contract I'll get one of these.
I've had a mugen on my vivid, and it's a great battery but not far better than a noname one

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I've had a mugen on my vivid, and it's a great battery but not far better than a noname one
I wish there was a noname one out for our phones, I would have bought one already :/ I've always had a noname extended battery. I love having it I never have to turn anything off and still get 4+ hours of screen time with plenty to spare when I get home at night
 
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just want to see how much thicker it makes the phone. I kind of enjoy the profile of the HTC One X
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I'm concerned about the speakerphone being muted with that case. It already isn't that loud without a case on it.
 
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I sure would like to see it and see how thick it is, love the feel of the phone now.
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