If you have been waiting for more Nokia-branded accessories, then you are in luck. The official Nokia online shop has put up listings for three new Nokia-branded power banks. The power banks come in various capacities, starting at 10000mAh and going up to 30,000mAh.
This has a 10,000mAh battery capacity (rated capacity is 6,000mAh) and a square (with curved corners) design that is pretty compact. It is also the only one among the three that has an LED display that shows the battery level. To know how much battery level it has left or to begin charging, all you have to do is shake it. This feature reminds us of the original OnePlus Power Bank.
The power bank has two USB-A output ports, one with a maximum output of 5W and the other with a maximum output of 10.5W. Surprisingly, the product page says that it supports 22.5W superfast charge with PD20W fast-charge technology. This is definitely an error seeing as the maximum output supported is 10.5W. The Nokia Power Bank P6201 also comes with two input ports – a Type-C port and a Micro-USB input port.
The Nokia Power Bank P6202 has a similar square design but ditches the screen and is thicker, thanks to its battery capacity being double at 20000mAh (rated capacity is 12,000mAh). It also has a blue-black gradient finish.
There are three ports on the device -two are USB-A output ports and the third is a USB-C port that doubles as both an input and an output port. This means you will be able to charge a maximum of three devices at the same time. Below are the supported power ratings:
Type-C input – 5V/3A, 9V/2A,12V/1.5A
Type-C output – 5V3A,9V/2.22A,12V/1.67A
USB-A Output – 4.5V/5A,5V/4.5A, 9V/2A,12/1.5A
This is the biggest of them all with a capacity of 30,000mAh (rated capacity is 18,000mah). It has a rectangular design with a white finish and comes with three USB-A ports and a USB-C port, allowing you to charge four devices at the same time. Two of the USB-A output ports support fast charging and the USB-C port doubles as both input and output. Below are the supported power ratings:
Type-C input – 5V/3A, 9V/2A
Type-C output – 5V/2.4A, 5V3A, 9V2.22A,12V1.5A
USB-A: 5V/4.5A, 4.5V/5A, 9V/2A,12/1.5A
All three power banks are listed as coming soon. When they launch, we should know their prices and the markets they will be available in.
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