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Portability is the biggest factor these days. If your smartphones are getting smarter and intelligent with passing time, why can't a charger. It's better to say smart portable charger. LG has come out with power solution that can solve your problem. How? First of all, it's a smartphone charger that comes with a 5,200mAh battery imbedded into it.
The Korean giant is not the only company that makes portable power solutions for your smartphone. Late last year, Sony had announced the availability of external portable batteries. Even Panasonic has a separate line up of external portable batteries for smartphones and tablets.
LG PMC- 510 - Your portable External generator
LG has launched a portable smartphone charger. It weighs just around 152grams and power packed with a massive 5,200mAh lithium- ion battery. The device has a dedicated button, known by the name of Priority charging. The Korean company says that the portable smartphone charger will soon grace Korean retail stores. No information about whether India has a chance to get this portable external smartphone charger or not.
These devices have long been ignored in the market. There are many reasons for that. One reason could be price and other might be coming of cheap Chinese smartphones. It's far more convenient to re-purchase a smartphone at rock bottom price.
Sony's USB -enabled portable battery solutions
The Japanese titian also makes portable external battery chargers for smartphones and tablets. Some of them are so small that one cannot make a difference between a flash based pen drive and portable charger. Let's have a look at what Sony has in store your our readers.
This battery packs a whooping 7,000mAh juice into it. It's lithium -ion battery type that is mean to power up high -end smartphones or tablets. The device supports USB connection. Priced at Rs.5, 500, it is on an expensive side, but one cannot ignore the positive side as well. It weighs around 198 grams.
Sony CP -F1LSA
The portable charger packs 3,500mAh lithium-ion battery. It can be used with any smartphone available in the market. Priced at Rs.3, 000, it's on an affordable side.
It's a tiny looking portable charger. It comes in 2,000mAh capacity. This tiny portable charger can be used at the time of emergency. The charger can be used with any smartphone available in the market. Priced at Rs.1, 500, it is one of the cheapest options available, considering, it's a Sony made product.