Are you the type of person that tends to use a phone too much? That is, to the point of saying, “Man, I wish I had some bigger batteries on this thing.”? If you are, well, then join the club.
There’s a reason Android phones are called smartphones: They are phones with smarts. Such intelligence comes at a price, however. These phones need more processing muscle, and, just like the human body, the more muscle you have, the more energy you’ll need. The Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300, for instance, needs a lot of power for its quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU, its Mali-400MP GPU, and its bright and vibrant HD Super AMOLED touchscreen. For most people and provided it is used intelligently, the Galaxy S3′s 2,100-mAh Li-ion battery suffices for several hours of casual to moderate use in a day. …
Those who need a trusty power pack sidekick for their smartphone have probably lusted over Samsung’s super high-capacity external battery that we gleefully reported about a month ago. While we had no details of its pricing and release date at the time, the compact-sized gizmo has now made its way to Amazon Germany.
If you’ve experienced one too many low battery blues on your Xperia devices, you may want to look at what Sony will introduce soon – a trio of external battery packs that will allow you to double and even triple the battery life on your phones and tablets.
For people who are constantly on the go, carrying a portable power pack helps remove the need to frantically look for a power outlet when out and about. If you’ve been looking for a Samsung-branded external power pack, here’s one that packs a lot of it – 9,000mAh to be exact.
The Everpurse phone charger is basically a purse with an insert for a smartphone. The insert is fitted with a charging dock that charges your phone whenever you put inside. To charge the purse itself, just place it on the bundled wireless charging mat. According to the Kickstarter page, the purse can provide enough energy to charge an iPhone twice.
Modern smartphones are often plagued by less than stellar battery performance, which sometimes makes a full day usage of the device impossible. The core of this problem lies in the fact that battery technology is still lagging behind the evolution of other smartphone internal components, such as the display, processor, or graphics chip. If you’re a multi-tasker who refuses to be weighed down by USB charge cables or wall chargers inside your manbag, getting an extra battery is one way to ensure that you can complete yet another round of Angry Birds, whilst still receiving and sending those important ‘work’…