While LTE can be an amazing thing, it does have its downfalls at this early stage. Many devices that run the blazing fast 4G LTE networks pay the price in battery power because keeping your mobile device constantly connected to an LTE network can drain your battery very quickly. Our assumption is that a few people had lodged complaints regarding the battery life on their Galaxy Nexus from Verizon and it seemed that both Verizon and Samsung have taken it upon themselves to fix the issue by offering a free i515 Battery Bundle Kit to anyone who purchases a Galaxy Nexus with Verizon’s two year contract.
Although you will still have to pay $299 for the phone, a better battery is definitely a good reason to purchase one since it is directly from Samsung. If you feel like you might opt for a Verizon Galaxy Nexus along with the free Battery Bundle which will help with the battery draining prowess of 4G LTE, go ahead and click on this link. The Galaxy Nexus is not alone in having battery issues with LTE but thus far, a device recently released which seemed to have gone a little further along the way to ensure better battery life while on LTE is the new iPad with Apple giving it a battery with a larger capacity to maintain the battery lifespan it had with the iPad 2.
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