Mugen Power reveals 5,500 mAh battery for Samsung Galaxy S4

July 3, 2013
    Mugen Power revealed today a 5,500 mAh extended battery for the S4, a power solution with more than twice the capacity of stock. Needless to say, it’s a beast.

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    So you (and 20 million others) bought a shiny new Galaxy S4 and love it to death, but the included 2,600 mAh battery just isn’t cutting it. Sure, four hours of video streaming, eight hours with moderate usage, and 17 hours of talk time sounds like a lot, but what if you want to browse the web a little bit longer? Don’t worry, friends, because Mugen Power’s got you covered. The aftermarket battery company revealed today a 5,500 mAh extended battery for the S4, a power solution with more than twice the capacity of stock. Needless to say, it’s a beast.

    According to Mugen Power, the Galaxy S4 extended battery will more than double battery life. If you limit your smartphone usage to the occasional app install, e-mail reply, and website browse, the company doesn’t think 3-4 days of power is an unreasonable estimate. The best part? You don’t have to worry about compatibility or sacrificing functionality; the Mugen Power battery matches the stock battery’s voltage, and the cover includes an NFC coil for near field fun.

    Mugen Power plans to ship the Galaxy S4 extended battery in late July. It’ll retail for $89.50, and backplates will come in black and white.

    Comments

    • lean6

      So…is that going to come in real black…or Samsung black (mist)?

      • Mugen Power

        Yes, it comes in both black and white colors

      • Mugen Power

        Yes, it comes in both black and white colors

    • mickey

      this is one of reason I love phone with removable battery. ^^

    • Tim H.

      Why get this battery when you could get the Zero Lemon 7500 mah battery that’s much better quality? That would be a dumb move.

      • D4N

        Your replies sound like ads.

        • Tim H.

          Im trying to give people good advice from experience is all. I want everyone to have the best. Dont know why people are down voting me just because im trying to help :/

          • Dave Madel

            You are the worst spammer I’ve seen in comment sections ever.

        • Tim H.

          But people can pick what they want and spend more money for less mah if they want too

      • D4N

        Your replies sound like ads.

    • Guest

      Oh whoops I mean 7500mah!!! Zero Lemon rules

    • Hassan Falah

      so does it really matter if its of any color. well if you want to buy it and stare at it than I guess the color does matter. btw I am definitely buying.

      • Tim H.

        Zero Lemon on amazon. 39.99 for a 7500mah. I can tell you the quality is OUTSTANDING

        • Dave Madel

          I’ve used a Mugen 6400mAh battery on Note 2 and this 9300mAh ZL battery as well. All I can say that after 2 months I found myself using Mugen because of the quality of the backdoor and the fact that ZL battery started to work less than Mugen’s, so yeah, for people who change phones every 2 months, ZL is a good solution, I guess

          • Tim H.

            Mugen is way overpriced

        • Dave Madel

          I’ve used a Mugen 6400mAh battery on Note 2 and this 9300mAh ZL battery as well. All I can say that after 2 months I found myself using Mugen because of the quality of the backdoor and the fact that ZL battery started to work less than Mugen’s, so yeah, for people who change phones every 2 months, ZL is a good solution, I guess

    • thor2001

      Zerolemon has a way better price/mAh-ratio.

      Got the 7000 mAh S3 and the 9300 mAh Note2 one.

      Regards

    • phazer

      Read comments about zero lemon here: http://www.amazon.com/warranty-ZeroLemon-Extended-Protection-Compatible/product-reviews/B00AKZWGAC/ref=cm_cr_pr_hist_1?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0 ZeroLemon starts to strongly degrade after just 1.5-2 months of usage.

      • Cass_m

        I’ve used Mugen batteries before and they last at least a year.

      • Tim H.

        Thats bullshit. Ive been using mine for 6 months and it hasnt degraded at all, seems to be lasting longer.

      • Tim H.

        How about you do real research. Read all the positive reviews. Nothing but positive reviews about zero lemon from EVERY SINGLE tech website.

      • Tim H.

        You show me a bad review from a tech site….

      • Tim H.

        Where is a bad review from a legit mobile tech website? Ohhhh you cant find one lol

    • phazer

      Read comments about zero lemon here: http://www.amazon.com/warranty-ZeroLemon-Extended-Protection-Compatible/product-reviews/B00AKZWGAC/ref=cm_cr_pr_hist_1?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0 ZeroLemon starts to strongly degrade after just 1.5-2 months of usage.

    • Tim H.

      In all honestly I’ve just had a really good experience with my zl battery. I’m not saying mugen doesn’t have an outstanding battery too. I just wanted to let people know about the zl cause I think its fantastic and a GREAT deal. Id say go with whatever you feel the most comfortable with!

      • Guest

        Hey Zero Lemon employee, how’s it going?

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