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UNU Introduces the Unity for S5 Series: Fully Integrated Protective Battery Case for the Samsung Galaxy S5

UNU Electronics, your most reliable power source announces the release of the Unity for S5 – a protective battery case series for the Samsung Galaxy S5. With Unity, UNU has completely eliminated the external battery casing by designing a unique insertable chassis that fits on to the back of the S5’s stock battery. The 2800mAh stackable battery core enables a 100% increase in battery life within a durable, yet, very slim case – perfect for the S5 power user.

The Unity for S5 Series was significantly minimized of unneeded chips, circuitry, size and weight while still delivering the same amount of power. It has an integrated power meter to recognize the additional power source as an internal battery and is reflected in the phone’s own power level indicator – NO flashing lights or buttons to press, in order to see how much more power is left.

“UNU always offers an innovative approach to battery charging. Unity’s integration of a battery chassis and stackable battery mechanisms improve size to power ratios by 30%, while minimizing its form factor,” said Brian Westphal, CMO.

The Unity for S5’s durable protective backing replaces the original cover to give a sturdy protective barrier from even the most extreme tumbles. The protective bumper shields the phone’s volume and power switch, and the raised lip along the screen of the phone allows users to the lay the phone face down on any surface.

UNU has also been able to preserve the Galaxy’s Near Field Communication technology with an integrated antenna, giving users the same access to their digital wallets. It is important to note that the S5 is no longer water resistant with the Unity equipped.

Fun Customizable Color Options

UNU encourages users to showcase their style with the customizable color options. The Unity for S5 Protective Battery Case is available in a white or black backing along with a choice of 4 available bumper combos: black, pink, turquoise, and grey to allow users 8 combinations to chose from.

Unity for S5 Series Availability

UNU’s Unity for S5 is available today with a one-year limited warranty and an MSRP of $79.95

Order today at: http://www.myunu.com/unity-s5.html or Amazon.com

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About UNU Electronics

UNU Electronics Inc. is a global manufacturer and distributor of mobile-electronic accessories. It is the most reliable power source in the market. UNU’s unwavering belief in creating innovative designs, delivering reliable products, and providing exceptional customer service have made it one of the biggest leaders in mobile power accessories. Based in Union City, CA with international production facilities, UNU products are available through our website as well as key online and retail partners like Amazon.com, Newegg.com, Buy.com, Best Buy, Costco, and Office Depot. Visit www.myunu.com, Facebook at www.facebook.com/UNUcases or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/UNUcase.

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