Hold that breath, inhale and exhale because this haunting individual has been known to prey on more than just the Samsung Galaxy Note users; meet Battery Brutus: the life draining nightmare who lurks on every street corner.
Holding grudges without shame, it doesn’t matter whether you’re giving birth to the next BlackBerry messiah himself, the next Apple genius, or the next Samsung innovator: no one is immune to the energy draining claws of Battery Brutus.
Watch the viral video below, and let us know what you do when you lose power on our Facebook fan page.
Protect it from the daily dirt and grime, whilst giving your Samsung the scratch resistant protection it sole-fully deserves. This custom-made-fit polymer coated silicone skin, carefully designed to give you the best of both worlds, offering shock protection and UV coated shielding.
Added pluses; moulded button covers on the silicone skin, and cut-outs for all the ports and camera, so you have full access to everything your Samsung Galaxy S2 has to offer.
Did we say custom made?
The SGP Neo Hybrid Case fits to a tee, preserving the original look of the Galaxy S2 without added bulkiness. Extremely slim without sacrificing protection it was flawlessly made to hug the contours of your phone. Hmmmmmm, excellent!
Also comes along with an immaculate crystal clear screen protector, providing increase clarity which works side-by-side with the SGP Neo Hyrbrid case.
Now that’s what we call added value to a tough sleek beaut.
A larger stylus-capable device is on the horizon; ready, waiting in the wings for it’s Samsung debut at the MWC.
Today, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is listed as one of the latest technologies that can be experienced on event day alongside its predecessor Galaxy Note (original 5.3 inch stylus-enabled Android tablet).
Particularly, developer sessions will focus on the Software Development Kits (SDK) for S Pen, Samsung’s own-branded Wacom inductive stylus, and the Bada 2.0 OS, suggesting that the demo devices would have to be fitting with at least one of those pieces of software. All of which points to the company’s introduction of a larger stylus-capable device at the MWC.
But there’s more, there are rumors about a deleted Samsung blog post looking for a teenage student to feature in a commercial.
Is this device real? Is it going to be a 10.1 inch phone and tablet?