The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is probably the hottest Android device right now - it ships with Android 4.0 ICS and even though it’s dual-core processor is eclipsed by the chips announced at MWC, you’d still need to wait for a while to get them. So if you’re due for renewal, the Galaxy Nexus could possibly end up in your pocket, but with its huge 4.65-inch display comes the battery life problem.
3800mAh Battery comes in handy.It will probably last you through the day, but if you’re on Verizon and taxing it with heavy LTE usage, you might well need a backup. Here’s where Seidio’s Innocell Super Extended Life
With this you can breathe a sigh of relief as it’s not only big, but it supports NFC, which most other batteries did not and that’s what makes the Seidio juicer unique. Also, you can go on confident that you’ll make it through the day.
The Innocell battery will only work with the Verizon CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus and not the international GSM one. It costs $75 and comes with black replacement door with soft touch finish.