Huawei PowerBank With 6700mAh Capacity Announced

Huawei PowerBank With 6700mAh Capacity Announced

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Today Huawei held a conference and announced the next full-screen smartphone priced quite affordable. The Huawei Enjoy 7S comes with a number of decent features to meet the requirements of young customers. Say, it sports a full-screen, dual-camera, stylish look and so on. But as we know, the younger customers also need a large battery. This phone is packed with a 3000mAh battery, which is enough to provide one day life for an average use. But students and people with an active lifestyle are no considered as average users. They use their handsets more. Therefore, they need a larger battery. To face this challenged the company also announced the Huawei PowerBank with 6700mAh capacity. It is very small. So users can take it with themselves wherever they go. Moreover, the Huawei’s small power bank is priced at 99 yuan ($15) only.

Huawei PowerBank

Actually, the Huawei PowerBank 6700mAh has not been released as a separate product, and it won’t make competition to other powerbanks. In this sense, Xiaomi still remains the main powerbank maker in the world. As you know, this manufacturer sold over 55 million powerbanks in 2016. This is an incredible result, which made Xiaomi the first company around the world in the powerbanks niche. This year Meizu has joined the marathon launching the M-series powerbanks supporting dual-fast charge technology. But even with a stylish look and many useful features, these powerbanks couldn’t make a tough competition to the XIaomi Mi PowerBank products. There are half a dozen models with various capacities and features. So seems the Huawei PowerBank has been designed with non-competitive purposes in mind.

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