This Samsung battery pack also comes with a faux leather back

This Samsung battery pack also comes with a faux leather back
It seems that Samsung is very keen on its recent trend to use faux leather and stitch finish in the exterior of its devices. The first ones to hop on that bandwagon were the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). The hate-it-or-love-it pseudo-leather back cover also made it to a whole set of other devices such as the Galaxy Grand 2 and the Galaxy S4 Black Edition. Samsung apparently liked the faux leather design so much that it even put it on some of its laptops. And now, even some of the company's accessories follow the fashion.

Meet the EB-PG900B – a Samsung-branded external battery pack that comes with... yes, you got it right - faux leather and stitch finish! The accessory has a capacity of 6,000mAh, which should be more than enough to fully charge any smartphone and partially bring a tablet back from the dead. Samsung's battery pack sports an LED indicator and a retracting microUSB cable. The whole shebang has dimensions of 5.51 x 2.93 x 0.43 inches and tips the scales at 6.1 oz (173gr), which means that its overall size is pretty similar to the one of a, say, Galaxy S5.

If you like Sammy's latest faux leather design trends and you are in the market for an external battery pack, then the EB-PG900B could be just the thing for you. The battery pack is currently available only in India – it comes in white and its price is no more or less than $60 (Rs. 3,599). Hopefully, Samsung's faux leather power bank will eventually make it to other markets across the globe in the near future.


source: Samsung India eStore via Sammy Hub

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