Xiaomi Launches Mi 16000mAh, 5000mAh Power Banks In India, Pricing and Availability Detailed

Xiaomi India has launched two new portable battery chargers, which can take the action of charging smartphones on the go and power up the battery life either. It’s something like you can carry them in your pocket, car, bag etc anywhere you travel. It’s the best part which the Power Banks do currently, but thinking of how much battery life it can produce is clarified. More details on Xiaomi 16000mAh and 5000mAh Mi Power Bank price, efficiency can be grabbed right after this fold.

First and foremost talking about the Xiaomi’s new Mi 16000mAh power bank, priced at Rs 1,399 and the later one with 5000mAh power bank costs Rs 699. Power Banks from Xiaomi will be available to buy, I mean goes on sale starting June 9 via Mi Store .

Both the Xiaomi Mi highly-loaded power banks were announced through company’s Facebook page, which are said to be featuring anodised aluminum finish like the previous ones released by the Chinese manufacturer recently. It is worth noting that Xiaomi officially introduced its 16000mAh Mi Bank in November last year for China. Xiaomi started selling its 5000mAh Mi Power Bank through its Mi.com portal in US, UK, France and Germany easrlier this month. Now hits the stores in India!

Hardware Specs

The 16000mAh power bank has two USB 2.0 ports, one Micro-USB that gives 5.1V/3.6A max output with premium Li-ion battery cells encased in a sleek aluminum casing. Measures at 145×60.4×22mm, the power bank weighs 350 grams and delivers a conversion rate of up to 93 percent. This Power bank offers 3.5 full charging Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, which is backed by a massive 3100mAh battery unit; a iPhone 6 5 times; and a iPad mini 2.5 times.

While the next Mi 5000mAh power bank packs only one USB 2.0 port, and one Micro-USB port with a lithium-ion polymer battery cells intact in a slim 9.9mm aluminum case.. Measuring at 125×69×9.9mm, the power bank weighs 156 grams and delivers a conversion rate same as the 16000mAh version and this portable charger can offer 5.1V/2.1A output and one full charge for Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G.

Users, you also have an opportunity to vote for one of the two Mi power banks, which the company want to see going on sale first on June 9th, as the company’s Facebook page have placed a voting contest on its website – voting ends on Tuesday.

There are already Mi 10000mAh Power Bank units in China available, alongside a slimmer version of it, of 10400mAh portable charger also launched last year. Remind you that the batteries housed inside the Xiaomi 10,000mAh power bank are manufactured by LG and Panasonic, says Xiaomi.

What do you think of purchasing a 16000mAh or 5000mAh Mi Power Bank on June 9? Might be worthy enough if you are a big traveller overseas.

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