OnePlus is all set to launch its 10,000mAh Power Bank today. The company unveiled the Power Bank late last year.
The company's Google Plus page makes an obvious mark by using the statement "Starting March 17. Are you ready to charge?" The image attached with the statement shows a white power bank with 4 LED lights.
The device is priced at 15.99 euros (roughly Rs.1100) and will come with a capacity of 10,000mAH. According to OnePlus the power bank will be able to charge the OnePlus One's 3100mAH up to three times.
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The power bank also comes with two USB ports to charge two devices at a time. One of the major opponents of OnePlus' new product is the Xiaomi 10,400mAH power bank which comes with a well-built aluminum casing and was launched at a price of Rs.999. However, the Mi 10,400mAh powerbank has been discontinued for a while.
The power bank from OnePlus weighs in at 220g and is available in Silk White and Sandstone Black colours.
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The power bank will come in handy for users who travel a lot as it can easily charge devices like smartphones for more than one time. According to OnePlus the battery can charge itself from zero to 100 per cent in just 5.5 hrs."Our Power Bank is surprisingly lightweight and easy to tote. A multitude of safety features prevent overcharging and overheating, removing the anxiety of travelling with your favorite gadgets. At the airport or in the great outdoors, never again worry about straying too far from an electrical outlet," the company said in a post.
Past this, OnePlus has officially announced it's Android Lolipop 5.0 based operating system, OxygenOS. Pete Lau, OnePlus CEO said that the company has decided to give an official name to the firmware, which is expected to be launched soon and hopefully will start rolling out on the very same day. The OS was already unveiled by the corporation in its flagship killer, ‘One' smartphone.