For starters, the Juice Pack, as it is called, adds a 2300mAh battery capacity on the Galaxy S4 - that's about 80 percent extra power if you'll do the math. Available in white and black color flavors, the Mophie Juice Pack is ready to back up all that power on a busy day.
Simply slide the Galaxy S4 into the accessory and flip the switch at the bottom to initiate the flow of the charged electricity. Now we all know that the problem with these gizmos are the added weight and bulky design, but Mophie assures us that the Juice Pack is slim enough to handle and smooth to hold.
So, overall, it's still a very good deal. There's one caveat though - you can't useNFC with this accessory on. Apparently the extra bulge of skin is preventing the Galaxy S4 from doing Near-Field Communication.
But hey, if extra battery power is more important to you, then the Mophie Juice Pack is a good deal.
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