November 28, 2012
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The Galaxy Note 2 is a rather large smartphone. It is also a smartphone that ships with a rather large battery, a 3100 mAh battery. And while this is probably going to be sufficient power for most, there is likely the group that will want more. That being the case, Mugen Power has recently announced a spare battery for the Galaxy Note 2 — a 6400 mAh battery.

Yup, a spare battery that is a bit more than 2 times the size of the original. Or as detailed by the folks at Mugen, the 6400 mAh battery will last 2.06 times as long. The battery is priced at $98.95 and while available for order today — it is not expected to begin shipping until December 21.

The battery has NFC and will ship with a new back cover, which you can pick from white or gray to match the color of your handset. Furthermore, the Mugen listing notes that this battery is compatible with the AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and OLLEH (SHV-E250K) models of the Galaxy Note 2.

The one thing we wonder, just how much extra bulk this battery will add. So how about it, any Galaxy Note 2 users feeling the need for such a large battery?

Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson can be described as a technology blogger, a new media junkie, a distance runner as well as a proud husband and father. More to the point though, he is just an all around geek who loves to write about Android.
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