ZeroLemon launches monstrous 10,000 mAh extended battery for Note 3

by: Bogdan PetrovanDecember 9, 2013

zerolemon note 3 extended battery 10,000 mah (7)

The Galaxy Note 3 is already a great option if you’re looking for a long-life smartphone that can take you through a day of heavy usage without breaking a sweat.

But the 3,200 mAh battery on the Note 3 is puny compared to the tablet-like 10,000 mAh delivered by ZeroLemon’s new extended battery pack. In fact, tablet-like may be an understatement: the Note 3’s series companion, the Note 10.1 2014 Edition, comes with a unit of just 8,220 mAh.

In addition to the world record capacity, the 10,000 mAh ZeroLemon extended battery pack comes with integrated NFC, two layers of protection (hard polycarbonate on the inside, wraparound polyurethane on the outside), and an included screen protector. The case includes a clip holster that doubles as a kickstand, a feature that you will probably want to use often, given its heft. ZeroLemon doesn’t list the weight of the battery pack, but we’re sure it’s significant. There’s also the massive added thickness to consider, but turning your phone into a brick is the price of enjoying all those extra milliampere-hour.

The case itself is compatible with many types of extended batteries for the Galaxy Note 3, from ZeroLemon and other manufacturers. You can get it now for $59.99, with worldwide shipping from Amazon.

  • Shark Bait

    Fat boy…… but awesome

    • Arturo Raygoza

      make one for the nexus 5

  • Jalal Sajan

    Do a test to compare this extended batteries improvement to the original :)

  • Jason Yuen

    I’ve never understood bigass batteries. What’s wrong with buying extra spare batteries? It gives you the same capacity, but keeps the phone thin. Granted, you won’t need to worry about swapping batteries but does that hassle really offset the ability to use a case you want or the flexibility of using wireless charging? 10k mah can also only be charged 1 way. Multiple smaller batteries allow for quicker charging via the phone and a battery charger.

    • Alex Ohannes

      Exactly what is wrong with a fat phone? I can think of a lot more issues that arise with ultra-thin phones than thick ones. Some people like their phones big and beefy because they don’t want to drop it so easily.

    • pops87

      I used to think that way but I got the 7500mah extended one for the GS4 and I gotta say, its great. The increase in bulk is well worth the extra time this thing lasts. Plus it gives the phone a solid and secure feeling on my hands. Its freeing not having to worry about being near a USB or wall port all the time.

    • Cal Rankin

      it just waters down to preference. If you don’t mind switching out your batteries all the time for the sake of thinness, or just having a much larger battery so that you don’t have to stop what you’re doing to change batteries.

    • Shah Mays

      because most phones don’t have replaceable batteries.

  • David Logger

    It seems like this would really be beneficial to someone like me who is constantly using their note 3 for work and doesn’t have time to charge it. I’m probably buying it! would like to see a review video first though.

  • Groud Frank

    Do a review please :-)

  • joey b

    I’ve got there 7500mah battery in my gs4 and I love it, never have to worry about losing power

  • Lloyd

    You bastards have bought them all! I put them on my Christmas list the day the announcement came out and there already out of stock!

  • Gordon Murphy

    Mine sure as shit did NOT come with NFC capabilities.