Xiaomi Mi PowerBanks
Xiaomi created a buzz in the smartphone industry, and now slowly are even coming into manufacturing other tech accessories like the Mi band and the Mi powerbank.
The Mi Powerbank comes in 3 variants. The difference in these variants is its power capacity.
The biggest powerbank by Xiaomi can charge 5 phones or charge one phone 5 times and comes with 16,000 mAh of battery and costs Rs 1,399 while the other two variants come with 10,400 mAh and 5,000 mAh batteries respectively. The two lower variants cost Rs 999 and 699 respectively.
Xiaomi's PowerBanks look the best amongst almost all other PowerBanks, and should be your final choice if you are keen to have a well designed product. These PowerBanks come in a very well metallic finish design and makes it stand out from the croud mainly due to its competitive price as well as its good looking finish.
Corseca DMB2056 20000mAh powerbank
The Corseca DMB2056 is the right choice for the people who are not near a power socket for long hours of time, probably due to their work type.
It will be a very handy device for you if you're going for a long holiday in the forest where you will not have regular supply of power as this powerbank can charge your phone atleast six times.
It comes with a digital LED display so that you can check the battery percentage. It has a metal exterior which makes it quite durable. However, weighing at 526 grams, it is not very light and handy to carry.
Ambrane P-444 PowerBank
This powerbank is best suitable for the phone addicts who want their phone to have charge all the time and who don't want to invest much in buying a powerbank for their smartphone or tablet.
Costing less than 500 rupees this 4000 mAh powerbank is surely a deal breaker. However, we weren't very fascinated with the finish of this device as it is made up of a pretty shabby plastic material.
OnePlus 10,000 mAh powerbank
The OnePlus PowerBanks were the best looking of the slot, however are available for a very high price which doesn't make much sense to buy this unless you are a hardcore OnePlus fan or want a very good looking device. The PowerBanks unique sandstone finish in the black colour variant surely does make it stand out of the croud. Having 10,000 mAh of battery it'll be able to charge your phone around 3-4 times.
BoAt has gained a lot of popularity with their PowerBanks in India in the last few months. One powerbank of theirs which stands out is the BPR100. It comes with a small digital screen which shows you the percentage of charge left in the powerbank. It also comes with two USB ports so you can charge two phones at a time. It has a nice and smooth plastic finish and is available online and in stores for approximately Rs 1100.