Announced via the company’s Facebook page, the power banks feature anodised aluminium finish like the ones seen in other power banks released by the firm. It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi introduced its 16000mAh Mi Bank in November last year in China. Notably, the company started selling the 5000mAh Xiaomi Mi Power Bank via its Mi.com portal in US, UK, France, and Germany earlier this month. The firm already has a 5200mAh Mi Power Bank available to buy at a price tag of Rs. 799.
The 16000mAh power bank features two USB 2.0 ports, one Micro-USB port and gives 5.1V/3.6A max output. Measuring 145×60.4×22mm, the power bank weighs 350 grams and delivers a conversion rate of up to 93 percent. According to the company, the portable charger can offer 3.5 full charges for Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, which is backed by a 3100mAh battery.
The 5000mAh Mi Power Bank features one USB 2.0 port and one Micro-USB port. Measuring 125×69×9.9mm, the power bank weighs 156 grams and delivers a conversion rate same as the 16000mAh version. A per the company’s claims, the portable charger can offer 5.1V/2.1A output and one full charge for Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G.