Many have been wondering when Seidio would release their extended battery for the Galaxy Nexus but you can stop all of that wondering. They have released a 3800mAh extended battery for the device and, as you might expect, it’s an eyesore of a sight. It adds an enormous amount of bulk but it also adds an enormous amount of battery life. Another negative is that you’d be losing NFC support, though we’re sure there are those who care more about prolonged battery life than a technology that is not yet widespread. It’s only $70 to take the plunge so get to it here. [via Gizmodo]
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