Some of you had guessed it right. OnePlus now has a power bank of its own that has a 10,000mAh battery capacity. This is sufficient enough to charge up its OnePlus One smart phone for 3 times. Got multiple devices? No worries as there are 2x USB outputs that pushes 2Amps.
In terms of design, it looks pretty sleek with a slopping-like appearance. You have a choice of either Sandstone Black or Silk White material that’s similar to its flagship killer smart phone. The dual USB ports and a microUSB charging port is located at the top while the battery LED lights are located at the sides. To check its battery status, there are no buttons to press and it illuminates softly with a simple shake.
The 10,000mAh Power Bank is listed at US$14.99, which is about RM53. Yes, it is pricier than Xiaomi’s 10,400mAh Power Bank (RM36) but the Mi Power Bank only comes with a single USB with 2.1Amp output and it is heavier too at 250g, versus OnePlus’s 220g.
Fitting this into your pocket should be easier as it is only 16.2mm thick versus Mi Power Bank’s 21.6mm. Another difference is the battery inside as OnePlus uses Lithium Polymer while Xiaomi is using Lithium Ion.
Don’t ask us when this is coming to Malaysia, as we are still waiting for them to sell their OnePlus One smart phone officially here.