Powerbanks or battery packs are one of the most popular mobile accessories in the world. It lets you juice up your mobile devices if you’re always outdoors, at work or school, travel, or during power outages.

Hence, a lot of brands — even sketchy ones — are making one. But as you know, devices that have large batteries impose possible safety issues. Hence, it’s reassuring to get one from a reputable brand — like Samsung, who, thankfully, has launched a new one alongside the Galaxy S24 series.


The new Samsung 20,000 45W powerbank has a pretty straightforward name as it already details pretty much all of its features. It has a large 20,000mAh capacity, which theoretically could fill up the Galaxy S24 Ultra‘s 5,000mAh battery four times.

Meanwhile, the 45W charging speed is not the fastest, but matches the max speeds Galaxy flagships support.


However, it appears to be meant only for modern devices as it only has USB-C three ports — no USB-A. The ports are sandwiched between the power button and the battery indicator.

It has a pretty comfortable design with curved sides and is made out of 20% post-consumer recycled materials and will ship with a short USB-C to USB-C cable. It’s available in the United Kingdom for a price of EUR59 (~Php3,700) and comes in a single Beige color.

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