Xiaomi is planning to launch a 16,000 mAh Mi Power Bank

Xiaomi has set the Indian smartphone market on fire with the launch of devices like the Mi 3 and the Redmi 1S. It has also launched the 5,200 mAh and 10,400 mAh power banks in India at a price of Rs. 599 and Rs. 999 respectively. No wonder, they were sold out within a short span of time. Now, the company is planning to launch a power bank with a capacity of 16,000 mAh.

Xiaomi 16,000 mAh Mi Bank

The device looks like an elongated version of the 5,200 mAh Mi Bank is will be enough to charge a typical smartphone for over six to seven times. It means that you can be care-free for a complete weekend even when you are away from home or office. The power bank is expected to be priced at 129 Yuan (Rs. 1,300) in China but its price might be a little higher when it launches in India.

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November 6, 2014 10:42 pm 10:42 PM

Who is regulating such claims? U can print anything on a product… Chinese power banks with 10000 mha claims dont charge even one phone fully…dont play into hands of chinese propaganda..

November 7, 2014 12:38 am 12:38 AM

Try Xiaomi products once and then you are free to comment WHAT YOU ACTUALLY FELT. Mere guessing neverleads you to the truth. It simply guides you further away.

November 5, 2014 2:43 pm 2:43 PM

Looks like shit. Atleast they could have improved on looks. Other variants look pretty decent.

November 5, 2014 9:58 am 9:58 AM

Sony 10000 mAh battery is far more better.

November 5, 2014 2:34 pm 2:34 PM

From last few days this guy is endlessly commenting on every xiaomi posts and its beyond any doubt that he has gone mad. Well, it would be good if people here invest some money for admiting him in a good mental hospital.

Now, jokes apart! What the hell is wong with you? Why are you acting like a joker? How come sony power bank is better than this one when its so costly and has really bad reviews. Just because it has thermal sensor and over charging detector?

November 6, 2014 6:19 am 6:19 AM
Let him free. It’s the critics which makes the customers know and make an informed decision. By commenting so aggressively in all xiaomi posts, this guy himself is declaring that xiaomi is indeed a great that to the companies he is loyal to; namely sony n lg. If xiaomi was indeed a third class crap (as he says) and never a threat to the branded ones, then why is he ring so much effort and time on campaigning against xiaomi? He knows that these so called 3rd class companies indeed produce good phones and are growing rapidly with increased market… Read more »
November 5, 2014 12:23 pm 12:23 PM

lol… This Critic is funny…