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Mophie introduces the latest Juice Pack for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

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Mophie introduces the latest Juice Pack for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
The Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with a 3000mAh battery, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge carries a 3600mAh juicer. Combine that with the new Doze feature on Android 6.0 that puts your phone into a deep sleep state when inactive, and it would appear that users of both models would have enough battery life not to worry about it. However, for power users and those who employ features like turn-by-turn navigation and streaming video, you can never have enough battery life.

So Mophie is introducing its new battery cases for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. Not only will the case protect your phone and keep your battery filled, it also allows you to charge either phone wirelessly using almost any wireless charging technology.

The Mophie Juice Pack for the Samsung Galaxy S7 is $99.95 and can be purchased now. It comes with a 2950mAh battery, increasing your battery life by more than 60%. $20.95 adds a fast charge wall charger, and $17.95 buys you a memory-flex Micro USB cable.

The Juice Pack for the Galaxy S7 edge can be pre-ordered now with shipments starting in five to seven business days. The price is $99.95 and the case features a 3300mAh battery. Here too, users are getting more than 60% extra battery life. The same accessories like the quick charge wall charger and the memory-flex Micro USB cable, are offered for the Galaxy S7 edge at the same price.

If you're the type of person who always says that you'd give your right arm for more battery life, here is your chance to double the battery life of your new Samsung handset  for less than the cost of a body part. If interested, click on the appropriate sourcelink.


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source: Mophie (S7), (S7 edge)

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posted on 24 Mar 2016, 12:22

1. Adreno (banned) (Posts: 755; Member since: 12 Mar 2016)


Not for me! I'm seeking for at least a 4K mAh battery juice pack.

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 13:16 1

2. nique0201 (Posts: 30; Member since: 28 Nov 2011)


compatible with fast charging wirelessly?

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 14:00 1

3. MySchizoBuddy (Posts: 142; Member since: 23 Aug 2011)


on the website it says "yes"

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 15:44

4. combatmedic870 (Posts: 546; Member since: 02 Sep 2015)


These aren't really needed. I got 7 hours of screen on time. It's charges to 50% in like 30 minutes. I know I personally don't need one. I have a qualcomm 2.0 charger in my car. Just isn't needed.

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 16:34 1

5. izim1 (Posts: 377; Member since: 04 Feb 2013)


Okay.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 09:02

12. TheNeighbor (Posts: 179; Member since: 15 Nov 2013)


The major thing I find wrong about sealed batteries is the fact you can't change it with the first sign of degradation.

I cycle 3 batteries to reduce degradation, and I know they'll be close to 100% effective when I use them.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 09:03

13. TheNeighbor (Posts: 179; Member since: 15 Nov 2013)


The major thing I find wrong about sealed batteries is the fact you can't change it with the first sign of degradation.

I cycle 3 batteries to reduce degradation, and I know they'll be close to 100% effective when I use them.

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 16:41

6. aspleme (Posts: 12; Member since: 18 May 2014)


You're doing your math wrong. When considering extra battery life, the percentage should be calculated off the original, not the accumulative battery life. An extra 60% of 3000mAh would only be 1800mAh. The 2950 is actually an extra 98% battery life.

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 16:46 3

7. aspleme (Posts: 12; Member since: 18 May 2014)


Unless the extra life is measured in time, not mAh... and is very inefficient from the battery pack to the phone.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 08:54 1

11. TheNeighbor (Posts: 179; Member since: 15 Nov 2013)


The external battery jacket will NEVER give 100%. They say 60% because there would be transfer loss, usually in the form of heat during the power transfer. That's how inefficient powerbanks/external batteries are.

Most effective are removable batteries- they give 100% of what is stored.

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 16:57 2

8. JMartin22 (Posts: 1888; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)


Why can't they design the case pack to where it's not going to make the a phone look like an ugly cinder block. They surly could with some R&D put into it. 2,900 or 3,300 mAh shouldn't add that much girth. They need to a pass it off more like a typical case

posted on 24 Mar 2016, 21:11

9. ava51 (Posts: 51; Member since: 12 Feb 2016)


I'll be getting a juice pack for my S7 edge.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 08:46

10. TheNeighbor (Posts: 179; Member since: 15 Nov 2013)


As a real heavy user of LTE, a removable battery gives 100% of the stored charge. I love extended battery, especially if it's 10000mAh, giving me more than a day's worth, with at least 10 hours of SOT.

I just don't see how these sealed limited batteries being a step forward. Fast charging /fast wireless charging will even shorten the power holds on these things.

posted on 25 Mar 2016, 22:24

14. BLSEOTB (Posts: 329; Member since: 24 Mar 2015)


That 60% will drop down to 30% after a year of daily use.

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