This Trainium Atomic S Battery Case fits Samsung Galaxy S7 edge ONLY & Featuring Quick Charge Pass Through to Phone
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The Atomic S Galaxy S7 edge battery case brings you a whole new level of power and protection for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 2016. Made specifically to enhance your Galaxy S7 edge, it provides 100% additional rechargeable battery pack juice replacement power booster and is built with an ultra-durable design to protect against bumps, scrapes and scratches.
Slim and Smooth Finish
Featuring a durable, ultra-slim battery casing that provides lasting power and protection for the Galaxy S7 edge. Feaures corner, screen and frame protection.
Power that Lasts
Equipped with a 5000mAh rechargeable battery capacity that provides over 100% power for the Samsung S7 Edge.
Protect Yet Compact Design
The new design of the Galaxy S7 edge Case features simplest two piece design, LED battery level indicator, precise cutout allows easy access to ports, buttons and camera.
We offer a Lifetime Warranty to ensure maximum protection for your Galaxy S7 edge battery case.
Battery Type: Li-polymer
Input: 5V / 1.6A (Max)
Output: 5 ±0.25V/1.6A + Quick Charge 2.0 Pass Thru
1 x Galaxy S7 edge Battery Case
1 x microUSB Charging Cable
1 x Headphone Extension Adaptor
1 x User Manual
Note: the case is capable of passing through Quick Charge to the phone when you used QC 2.0 compatible wall charger. The case by itself will only charge at a maximum rate of 1.6A and will charge the phone up to 1.6A rate.
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- The case is not good in a fall. The hinge that closes the case comes open in any significant contact, leaving the phone totally exposed for follow-on bounces on a hard surface. My phone cracked this way.
- The case is almost frictionless. When you sit down, it basically tries to jump out of your pocket, especially if you're wearing slacks or suit pants.
- The battery recharge seems to work in a very odd way, letting the phone battery run down partially and then recharging it. Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but external batteries I've used before run the external battery all the way down first and then use the phone's battery, which makes it easier to tell how much juice is left.
I have a broken phone and a different case on the way. Wish I hadn't gone this way first.
Updated June 2017. After 6 months the sliding mechanism no longer closes properly and always slides open when I pull the phone from my pocket. The charging port is strong enough to hold the phone in place and the battery still provides a little more than a full charge.
Edit: I successfully exchanged this with the company and the new unit is much better. The button is no longer loose, which makes me think the original item was mishandled by amazon. I'll see if I have any issues with the replacement over time.
Small suggestion: It would be great if the power button was located on the bottom front of the case instead of the rear. It would make it a little more convenient.