For a brief time, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was the longest-lasting Quad HD phone
in the wild. Only recently it got surpassed by Motorola's monstrous DROID Turbo
, which currently reigns supreme with its 3,900mAh juicer. Regardless of this, the Galaxy Note 4
is still no slouch in the battery department and will easily last you through a day. Then again, a certain breed of mobile enthusiasts exists - the so-called heavy users - which can easily go through the battery of the Galaxy Note 4 like there's no tomorrow. Fortunately for them, the battery of the Galaxy Note 4 is removable, which is one of the few signature features of most of Samsung's devices.
Samsung just released an official battery kit for its newest phablet. It consists of a spare 3,220mAh battery, a see-through protective case, and a 1.7A charger, yet lacks a microUSB charging cable, but we are quite sure that this is no big deal since most of us have a few of these lying around. The charger itself comes with an LED indicator that indicates if the battery is being charged.
You can get the full official kit for $37.95, but if you have no need of the included protective case, you can only get the battery and the charger for $27.95. Also have in mind that this battery probably won't work with the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge