Xiaomi has a certain way of keeping the brand name stirring in the onine world. Be it in a form of a negative way like the security breach threat in the Indian sub-continent or the positive ones like racked third biggest smartphone maker in the world.
After all the news relating to the security threat complaints and the copmany being the 3rd biggest smartphone seller in the world, now it has announced the new heavy capacity power bank which has brought it again back to the news.
The recently launched 16000 mAh power bank in fact, joins the league of the other two power banks by the company. These two power banks that were released previously come with 5200 mAh and 10400 mAh capacity. There are hardly any power banks available with so much battery capacity.
The new 16000 mAh features two USB 2.0 ports for charging two devices simultaneously, the power bank has been priced at 129 yuan ($21.1), however it will be sold for just 99 yuan ($16.16) as a part of the company's Nov 11 sale at Tmall.
The new power bank sports five batteries made by LG/ Panasonic and comes with an aluminium shell. It weighs 350 grams, which is just 100 grams more than 10400 mAh power bank from the company. It offers energy density of 725 Wh/L. The company says that the conversion rate of the power bank is 90%.
There is no word on the release of the power bank in other Xiaomi markets such as India, but we hope to hear from the company soon.
In related news, Xiaomi is planning to bring a special edition of Mi 4 smartphone, which will be sold for 1799 yuan as a part of the company's November 11 sale. This Mi 4 variant will include 2GB of RAM. Other specifications are expected to be same as Mi 4.