Xiaomi is widening the portfolio of their Redmi sub-brand by coming up with two new power banks.
The Xiaomi Redmi 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh power banks offer a clean, all-white design. With a minimalistic Redmi logo printed in the middle.
Both power banks have two USB Type-A ports for output and an option for a microUSB and Type-C ports for recharging the battery bank. They come with a simple button and LED indicator to show battery status.
Since it has two USB ports, you can charge two different devices at once. Xiaomi claims that it can charge the Redmi Note 7 1.75 times, and the iPhone XS a 2.3 times. It outputs up to 5.1V-2.6A of power.
The dimensions for the Xiaomi Redmi 10,000mAh power bank are 150.5 x 73.6 x 15.1mm. Definitely not the most compact of power banks, but also not the bulkiest.
On the other hand, the Xiaomi Redmi 20,000mAh has a better 18W fast charging support. Although the bigger capacity made it thicker at 27.3mm. If you want something more powerful, you can check out the Mi Power Bank 3 Pro, which outputs 45W of power. There’s also the Huawei 40W SuperCharge power bank for Php3,990.
At 20,000mAh, Xiaomi claims that this device can charge the Redmi K20/Xiaomi Mi 9T for 3.5 times.
Of course, the best part about these power banks is their prices. The 10,000mAh model is available for only CNY59 (~Php400), while the 20,000mAh will be at CNY99 (~Php700). They will soon be available in China, while their release dates here in the Philippines are yet to be announced.