Although modern gadgets such as smartphones and tablets are getting increasingly powerful by the day, battery life is one department where almost all of them are still lacking.
This is probably why Power banks have become almost a necessity these days.
They ensure that your device does not run out of charge while you are on the move, allowing you to stay connected around the clock.
However, which is the best power bank for your smartphone?
One of the main features that should be kept in mind while buying Power banks is the capacity. It is measured in terms of Milliamp Hours (mAh).
The more the mAh, the bigger is the charging capacity of the device. At the time of buying a Power bank, ensure that its output voltage matches with your device.
If output voltage of the charger is less than the device being charged, it won’t work.
So if your device has a 1,500mAh battery, it is advisable to go for a Power bank with twice or thrice the capacity (i.e. 3,000mAh or above)
2.Quality and safety option
Another important attribute of a Power bank is build quality.
Overall quality of the Power bank not only determines its performance, but also how fast and accurate the energy-transfer from it to the device being charged will be.
A low quality Power bank will not only charge your device improperly but could also damage it.
3.Multiple devices at a time
Flexibility is a key feature of Power banks – it should be able to charge multiple devices at a time.
There are many Power banks available in the market and these come with various types of connectors. These are important to connect Power banks to multiple mobile gadgets, such as smartphones, tablets and cameras.
LED indicator lights in a Power bank can help in finding out many things, such as battery level and charging status. So whenever possible, you should purchase a Power bank with clear LED indicator lights.
Safety is a major concern when it comes to mobile devices.
Many users charge their smartphones at night while sleeping, which could potentially lead to problems. Low quality power cells fitted inside some Power banks can explode due to overcharging. This could damage not just your device(s), but also have more serious consequences.
Thus, it is advisable to go for a Power bank with a high grade Lithium-Polymer battery due to stable elements and safety assurance.
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