Ready for something new?

There’s a huge array of Android smartphones out there, and all that variety means that there are tons of cool accessories to choose from.  While the basic screen protectors, and cases are a given, this list aims to point you in the direction of some interesting and exciting accessories that you can pair up with your new smartphone.  Read on to see our favorite new accessories for Android devices.

1. Boost your battery life with a battery pack:

If you’re looking for something sleek and stylish, you should check out the ultra-thin Lepow Portable charger, which packs in 5,000mAh cell.  That will be enough to extend your smartphone battery life by at least double.  If you’re after more of a monster, the RAVPower 20,100 mAh pack comes with a huge amount of extra juice.  Also equipped with Quick charge 3.0 and 2.0 ports, a USB Type C port, a 2.4A regular USB charging port and 4 LED indicator lights to tell you how much power you have left.  It you’re looking for a fast charging solution, this is an option virtual guaranteed you have you covered. Battery packs don’t have to be boring either; you can also find wireless charging options and even packs that can be charged up with solar power.

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2. Wireless charging:

If you’ve bought a Samsung Galaxy S6, S7 or Note 5 flagship lately, then you should definitely consider picking up a wireless charging dock to go with it. Wireless charging really convenience and your new gadget deserves the best. Simply pop your phone on the charging pad at night and be ready to go in the morning.

Buy Wireless Charging Accessory Here: http://www.accessorygeeks.com/nsearch/?keywords=wireless+charging&x=0&y=0

3. A decent pair of headphones:

There are tons of options out there, but you could choose to grab a Bluetooth pair which won’t break the bank; the Symphonized NRG Wood in ears priced at just $25.  The Jaybird x3 pair is also worth a look at for those willing to spend just over $100 for some Bluetooth connectivity.

Buy Bluetooth Headset Here: http://www.accessorygeeks.com/bluetooth-headset.html

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4. Fitness tracking / smartwatch:

Fitness trackers have come an extremely long way over the years.  Most standard fitness trackers nowadays can track your steps taken, distance traveled, how many calories you’ve burned for the day, and even your sleeping patterns.

The best fitness tracker you can buy right now is the Garmin vivosmart HT+.  It’s one of the most feature packed, well-rounded wearable.  It has a big touchscreen display that’s easy to read outdoors. It also has a waterproof rating up to 50 meters, which is a feature many other trackers don’t offer.

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5. Immerse yourself in Virtual Reality:

Virtual reality is the hot new trend in the mobile space. While the more serious mobile VR enthusiast will want to grab a Google DayDream ready handset, you can dip your toes in the waters of virtual reality with pretty much any smartphone and a low cost headset. Experiences range from games and 3D videos, to exploring virtual stores and even the solar system.

There are a range of manufacturers making virtual reality headsets these days, including Samsung’s Gear VR for its flagship phones, or the incredibly low cost Google Cardboard at the other end. Once you have a headset, you can find a selection of virtual reality apps to try out over at Google’s curated Play Store list.

Buy VR Kit Accessory Here: http://www.accessorygeeks.com/nsearch/?keywords=virtual+reality&x=0&y=0

6.  Amazon Echo or a Chromecast:

While phones are fine for video and audio playback on the go, nothing quite compared to sticking a film up on the big screen or blasting your tunes back through a decent pair of speakers. Fortunately you can easily send your media library around your connected home with a Google Chromecast or Amazon Echo.

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7. Takes to the skies with a drone:

Did you know that you can control drones from your smartphones? Well you can, and you probably should give it a try. DJI’s entire range of drones can be controlled from your smartphone, which means that you can view a livestream of the drone’s camera while you’re flying it. They’re not cheap, starting at over $300 for the Phantom 2, but it will come with everything you’ll need to get started with your new drone hobby.

Alternatively, you can find some cheaper drones that will still allow you to fly in first person using your smartphone from brands like Walkera or the U45W Blue Jay. If you pair this up with one of the virtual reality headsets that we mentioned earlier, you can really feel like you’re taking to the skies.

Buy Drones Accessory Here: http://www.accessorygeeks.com/remote-control-rc-helicopter.html

You can get your Newest Accessories for your Android Phone Here; and you can also check it out;

Buy your Battery Pack Here:

Buy your Wireless Chargers Here:

Buy your HeadPhone/Headset Here:

Buy your Smartwatch Here:

Buy your Virtual Reality Here:

Buy your Chromecast Here:

Buy your Drone Here: