|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 12:15 PM EDT||
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- mophie, the #1 selling mobile battery case manufacturer in North America(1), announced today the mophie juice pack made for the Galaxy S5, the premium power solution for the latest flagship Samsung® smartphone. The mophie juice pack made for Galaxy S5 not only supplies up to 100% extra battery life, but delivers edge-to-edge protection thanks to a durable yet sleek, lightweight design.
Armed with a 3,000mAh power capacity, the mophie juice pack for the Galaxy S5 adds up to 21 hours more talk time (on 3G), up to 67 more hours of audio playback, up to 13 more hours of video playback, and up to 12 more hours of Internet usage(2).
"As with the two previous Galaxy S series releases, we're eager to bring our new solution to next generation users," said Daniel Huang, mophie CEO and Co-Founder. "Through relentless effort and innovation, we'll continue to offer mobile power solutions for the latest flagship devices, and not just to enhance battery life, but to ensure consumers' devices are safeguarded allowing them to stay connected."
With just a flip of a standby switch, the mophie juice pack made for the Galaxy S5 grants users the freedom to engage in more of what matters. Whether talking to family and friends, listening to music or catching up on news reports via their favorite app, S5 users can now face the day with confidence. With convenient pass-through charging via the latest micro USB 3.0 port, users get a seamless, quick sync and charge experience without ever needing to remove the juice pack case from the smartphone. To ensure users always know their juice level, embedded LED light indicators flash to reveal available power with the push of a button.
The ultra-thin case allows users to easily slip in-and-out of their pocket, while strategically placed pass-through buttons maintain smooth usability, fusing the case with the Galaxy S5. The juice pack case also features a protective lip around the screen, offering complete protection to the outside of the device, while internal rubber bumpers absorb shock from inevitable falls.
The mophie juice pack made for the Galaxy S5 is available now at mophie.com for $99.95 and will be available in six color options.
For more information about the mophie juice pack made for Galaxy S5, please visit mophie.com, and follow mophie on Facebook, twitter, and Instagram for the latest details and updates about all mophie products.
mophie, the #1 selling battery case manufacturer in North America, is a California-based, award-winning designer and manufacturer that empowers the mobile world to do more. Widely acclaimed for innovative mobile solutions, mophie is the proud developer of the juice pack®, the first ever mobile battery case certified by Apple Inc. mophie products are recognized for style and engineered for performance, providing a seamless integration of hardware, software and design. mophie has operations in California, Michigan, Netherlands, Hong Kong, and China. mophie products are available in more than 130 countries, and can be found at Best Buy, Verizon, and AT&T stores, as well as Sprint and other leading retailers. Visit mophie.com and follow us on Facebook, twitter, and Instagram (@mophie).
- "US Tech Geo Level Monthly Retail - US Retail Monthly Store Level", August 15, 2014, available from The NPD Group, Inc.
- Internet usage is based on a WiFi connection and additional hours depend on a variety of factors that are different for every user.
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