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Power Banks to Buy in 2019


Is your phone dying on you before the day ends? Need to extend the battery life of your phone on the go? Well, take a look at some of the best power banks in 2019 — featuring proprietary fast charging, USB Type-C, and large mAh capacity.

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List of Powerbanks to Buy in the Philippines 2019

Huawei AP09S PowerBank 10000mAh Supercharge


It’s not like you need a power bank when you own a flagship Huawei phone like the P30 Pro. But if you still want one as a backup, the Huawei 10000mAh Supercharge power bank is the best for the company’s devices. With it, you’re getting a single USB-A output capable of up to 22.5W charging, together with a 5A USB-C cable. Charging the power bank is done via USB Type-C input supporting up to 22.5W, too.

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Xiaomi 20000mAh Mi Power Bank 2C


The Chinese company brings Quick Charge 3.0 support to its latest power bank. Aside from the huge capacity it offers, there are two USB-A supporting 5.1V/ 3.6A(18W) dual output and a micro USB input that allows up to 18W charging. Also, there’s a special feature called low power charging. By pressing the power button twice, the power bank enters a 2-hour low power charging state for accessories, like Bluetooth headsets and smart wearables.

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000mAh


Like Xiaomi, Anker offers tons of power banks. But one of the most popular out there is the (upgraded) PowerCore Speed 20000mAh. It comes with Quick Charge 3.0 (for input and output) and the proprietary PowerIQ. The QC 3.0 feature can reach up to 24W for its two USB-A output. While the micro USB port lets you fast charge the power bank in just 6 hours.

Promate Titan-20C 20000mAh


If you want the flexibility of old and new ports, the Promate Titan-20C offers just that. For starters, it supports USB-A output,(15W) micro USB input(10W), and USB-C input & output (15W). There’s also a safety mechanism wherein the power bank turns off automatically if it detects an anomaly, like a short circuit, overcharging, and over-discharging.

Aukey PB-T11 30000mAH


For the best all-around power bank, whether it’s your phone, Nintendo Switch, or your iPhone, the Aukey PB-T11 can charge it all. Featuring the largest capacity from our list, you’re provided with one micro USB input (12W), one lighting input (12W), and two USB output — one for QC 3.0 and the other for AiPower (12W).

We know there’s a lot of power banks to cover out there, so do let us know in the comment section if you want to see other lists of power banks to buy in 2019.

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