Mugen Power has long been known as a leader in extended batteries for many mobile devices. With the Note 2 being so new the fact that it [already] has an extended battery is a bit of a shock by itself, the fact that it's 6400mAh is downright impressive!
The people at Mugen Power never cease to amaze me. A few years ago I had a BlackBerry 9300 and got a Mugen extended battery which almost tripled the life of the phone. When I installed it I wanted to put it to the test so I kept the phone on vibrate, display as bright as it could go and disabled WiFi to get the battery a run for its money. It was a long 17 hours before the battery finally died.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has an impressive 3100mAh OEM battery that gives an advertised talk time of 17hrs. Take that and add an additional 3300mAh and you have a phone or a tablet that might last twice as long! The downside to the extended battery is the size of the door you have to put on it, however, the door for the Mugen Power does have a cool kickstand to it. I guess it is a 'give and take.'
Nikolai Lebedovsky, marketing manager at Mugen Power Batteries claims that the company worked hard on trying to cram as much juice as possible into the aftermarket battery, and their main goal was to maintain useability without the trouble of needing to constantly charge the device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is an amazing device with great set of functions and brilliant screen. Users are happy to enjoy all the functions of this phone, but the battery life is a real limitation if you want to get it all. We worked hard on this project and managed to fit additional 3300mAh capacity into that new battery. Our solution gives customers added battery life to stay connected longer without recharges and make more with the smartphone than ever before.
The pricing is at just under $100 until December 2nd when it will go up to $106.99 and can be gotten directly from the Mugen Power website here.