Seidio Makes Available Their NFC Capable 3800 mAh Super Extended Battery For Verizon G-Nex Owners

Verizon G-Nex owners feeling the brunt of the LTE battery drain wars fret not, your savior is here. Seidio has finally made available their 3800 mAh “Super Extended Battery” for the Galaxy Nexus.  And for those who’ve hesitated to make the jump to any type of extended battery in fear of losing your NFC capabilities need not worry. The company has also incorporated NFC into the device. The battery will run you about $75 bucks but offers you more than what the Razr Maxx is giving you.  Here’s what Seidio has to say:

When you can’t get to an outlet, our Innocell Super Extended Life Batteries will keep you moving forward. Our Extended Life Batteries utilize premium Japanese cells to ensure the highest levels of safety and performance. Super Extended Life Batteries can offer up to 100% more battery life than your stock battery.

And obviously, your slim G-Nex is now going to have a little “junk in the trunk” but hey, it’s a small price to pay for peace of mind and to run free all day without wondering where the next wall outlet is.  If you’re ready to fork over the cheddar you can head on over to Seidio’s site via the source link.

source: Seidio

 


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  • http://ostebaronen.dk/ Tomasz Cielecki

    Mother of god it is huge… and ugly!

  • Anonymous

    Until march 15, if u got the non-NFC version they will upgrade u for $20.

  • Anonymous

    yeah the form factor makes it a no go – I bet