OnePlus power bank launches in India today


Xiaomi’s Mi Power Banks seems to be some of the most popular recharge stations out there, but competition is coming — and from China.

The OnePlus 10,000mAh power bank will go on sale in India for the first time today after facing an elongated delay of about a couple of months. The 220 gram power bank comes in White and Black (to color co-ordinate with your OnePlus One). The power bank will go on sale for 1,399 INR (US$22), which is about $7 higher than the international launch price of $15.

The OnePlus power bank was initially launched in December of 2014. At 1,399 INR, the 10,000mAh bank is a little more expensive than the Xiaomi 10,400mAh power bank. The OnePlus power bank, however, comes with dual USB ports while the Xiaomi doesn’t.

It takes around 5 to 6 hours to charge fully, and a general efficiency of 80% can perhaps be achieved from the OnePlus power bank. As with other OnePlus products, this power bank too will be an Amazon exclusive and can be bought by following this link.

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5 Comments

  1. Andrawid
    May 11, 2015

    INR 1399/- in India = Dead on Arrival. Just check the negative reviews on the Amazon India site complaining about the price. India is a price sensitive market and pricing the product more than the competition unless its ultra premium or differentiated is a recipe for disaster. Good luck moving huge numbers One Plus.

  2. JeffAshe
    May 11, 2015

    Why are Indians so cheap? Are they too poor to afford something already very affordable?

    • ARUN SUBRAMANIAN
      May 11, 2015

      you have any problem with us paying 7$ extra and still calling cheap?..Nobody complained here…your view is probably on some other topic apart from mobiles

    • Abhishek
      May 11, 2015

      Well. Would you rather buy the same product for $15 or $22? Anyone in their right mind won’t pay 7$ more if there is a better deal available. That’s common sense, not cheapness.

    • King
      May 12, 2015

      Well that can be said about any Gizchina reader, not just Indians. Most come here to see better but “affordable” and also “cheaper” alternatives to Sammys and Apples. By your logic, everyone is cheap then.