Huawei gave out power banks to Apple fans queuing for iPhones in Singapore

Huawei is one of the companies that has no qualms when comparing their devices publicly with those of Apple or Samsung, at least in those aspects in which the comparison is in their favor.

In Singapore, users who queued at the door of the Apple Store to get the iPhone XS and XS Max today, have received a power bank from the Chinese giant.

People with Huawei shirts began to give power banks to hundreds of people waiting in line to get hold of the newly announced iPhones. Not only that, there is a message in the box that says: “Here’s a power bank. You will need it. Courtesy of Huawei. ”

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The power banks that the Chinese company is distributing for free are Huawei’s 10,000mAh SuperCharge models, which are priced at around 80 Singapore dollars (approximately $60) per unit.

It is worth to mention thtat the iPhone XS Max has the largest battery ever placed on an iPhone, but interestingly the iPhone XR will have more autonomy according to Apple, beating the iPhone 8 Plus the battery champion of last year, adding an extra hour.

Here are sizes of battery capacity in the three new iPhones: 

  • iPhone XS Max: 3174 mAh
  • iPhone XS: 2658 mAh
  • iPhone XR: 2942 mAh
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  1. Ricky
    September 21, 2018

    They will need it anyway

  2. Johhny John
    September 21, 2018

    Look at those battery sizes, ridiculous, that’s why they didn’t show the true sizes during the presentation, shameful, SOT 4 hours, probably my brothers LG 5 with an used battery 🔋 gets more juice.