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Hyperion 2 x 1900mAh Li-ion Batteries for Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus Samsung, Sprint Galaxy Nexus SPH-L700, AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 II Skyrocket Samsung SGH-I727, T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 II Samsung T989, Telus Samsung Galaxy S2 II X Samsung T989D, Google Galaxy Nexus, Nexus Prime + Free Hyperion Multi-purpose USB Travel Charger **NOW WITH NFC/Google Wallet CAPABILITIES**

3.2 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews

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  • Compatible with Both Verizon and Sprint Galaxy Nexus Models (NOT Compatible with International Galaxy Nexus GT-i9250 models).
  • 2 x 1900mAh Batteries + Travel Charger. Do not need to change back cover.
  • Easily swap your battery when your charge is low. All Batteries NOW COME EQUIPPED WITH NFC COMPATIBILITY.
  • Quick charge with automatic constant current control prevents battery from overcharging, short circuit, and electronic shock.
  • Compatible with Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus Samsung i515, AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 II Skyrocket Samsung SGH-I727, T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 II Samsung T989, Telus Samsung Galaxy S2 II X Samsung T989D, Samsung Galaxy Nexus SPH-L700, Google Galaxy Nexus, Nexus Prime.

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Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.8 x 2.1 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 5.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces
ASIN B0062CYXIA
Item model number HP-58
Customer Reviews
3.2 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchase
I bought this forgetting that the NFC components for the Galaxy Nexus are built into the battery. This Hyperion battery does NOT come with the NFC components. I tried using Android Beam with another NFC enabled device and it worked with the Stock battery, but not the Hyperion battery. The battery DOES work, but you will not have NFC capability.

If you don't use NFC the battery is certainly worth the price though. Shipping was prompt and packaged adequately.

Verizon (CDMA) Galaxy Nexus
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Works perfect for my GNex CDMA, also these guys customer service is awesome. I will give you rundown of how it works because i asked them just to be sure.

Where the prongs go, 1st one connects to the first battery plate and 2nd prong to the third battery plate.

Once battery is inserted the LED should turn blue. Now once placed into the outlet if it needs charging it will be purple and when battery is charged the LED will turn blue again.

Note: Make sure to pull battery down before pulling it off to make sure you keep prongs in good working condition.

Thank you Hyperion EA for great customer service. Thanks Nate.
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I've been using these batteries in my Verizon Galaxy Nexus for about six weeks. First off, it's hard to argue with the price. For less than you'd pay for a standard battery from VZW, you get two batteries and a standalone charger. The standalone charger is very nice so you can charge your spares without burdening your phone. The batteries do not have NFC as has been pointed out. Not a very big deal in my opinion since only a handful of stores/restaurants even accept NFC payments and the phone does not yet have an official payment app (I know, one can circumvent the Google Market). More importantly to me was battery life. These are called out as 1900mah, which in theory should mean they will last longer than the OEM 1850 batteries. Unfortunately that is not the case. I get about 13 hours out of these on a normal day versus the 15 I get with my OEM battery. That's with conservative use, using wi-fi where available, and limited calls. So just plan on getting about 10% less time with these.

That said, they are perfect for my needs. I use my OEM battery as my primary, and keep one of these in my bag (2 when traveling) so I always have backup juice. For this intent, they are perfect and a great value. But I don't think they deserve 5 stars since the mah rating is overstated and they lack NFC.
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You get two batteries, both 50 mA larger than the OEM batteries, and a wall-charger (that will charge the regular and extended OEM batteries as well of course) for significantly less than the Verizon/Samsung charger which comes with one battery. This thing does have USB pass-through too so you can use it as an AC-adapter (i.e. charge your phone at the same time) with one of the many ridiculously cheap micro-USB cables available on Amazon. So far the batteries seem to perform admirably, considering that you will need half a dozen of them if you want to use your Galaxy Nexus with any frequency in the first place. I wouldn't mind having another set of these and the extra charger to have at the office, too (but I'll make do with toting batteries around with me and charging a little in my car). Highly recommended. NOTE: These batteries do not have NFC antennae on them, and as far as I saw they do not claim to. I suggest you disregard any reviews which demerit the product on that basis. Are you using NFC anyway?
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This battery set shipped out super quick and works like it should. The batteries life cycle is almost identical to the original the feel to the touch is the same. The only difference seems to be the lack of NFC which I saw in the other review when I bought it. The batteries are good like the Samsung ones and the wall charger is nothing to write home to Mom about but does work with no glitches. The charger is charging the batteries fine and I leave one charging on the wall while at work with the spare in my computer back all the time.
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These Hyperion batteries work well with my husband's Verizon Galaxy Nexus. They are marked as "Replacement for Samsung T-mobile Galaxy S II." 3.7vdc 1900mAh Lithium Ion.
As others have mentioned these do not have the Near Field Communication capability but since Verizon doesn't allow Google Wallet there isn't much use for that yet.
A minor problem is that the batteries don't have + & - icons like the Samsung batteries do but if you look at the top of the battery with the contacts to your left the + contact is the first from the left and the - is the 3rd from the left.

The charger instructions are in Chinese but if you shove its metal pin contacts to the left you can easily line up the battery contacts to match. It forces you to use the first and 3rd battery contact skipping the 2nd. You will know you have it right because the charger will show a blue light. Use the 3rd slider all the way to the right to kind of align the battery evenly. It does not have a metal contact pin. Pull down the spring bar to grasp the battery and hold it in place. Feels like its a cheap rubber band. Using the fold out AC plug insert the charger in any convenient wall outlet. A second red light will blend with the blue until the battery is fully charged and then it will go back to blue.

The charger's listed output is 4.2v to the battery at 400MA. There is also a convenient USB 5v 800MA jack on the side so you could plug your phone in at the same time and charge both. No USB cable is included. I have not measured to see if this device has enough umph to actually charge both. The variable input is listed at 110-240v at 100mA max.

As others have said the charger seems cheap but with the batteries priced less than many others the charger makes a great freebie.
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