Buy 12000 mAh Power Bank @ Rs 999
The milliampere-hour (mAh) is a technical term for how much electrical charge a particular battery will hold. For example, using higher mAh batteries will charge a device more number of times.
How to choose the right power bank?
Step 1 - Check the battery capacity of your device/s before selecting a power bank.
Step 2 – Calculate how much mAh power your device will need to successfully charge at least once
Now, what is the actual power of power bank?
Example - 2080 mAh (Actual Capacity) = 80% of 2600 mAh (Indicated mAh of a power bank)
Hence, if you are using a smartphone which has a battery capacity of 2000 mAh, you would need a 2600 mAh power bank to charge it at least once.
What happens to the 20% that is claimed in the indicated power of the power bank (mAh)?
A power bank needs some battery for its internal operations like its circuit and its LED indicator. Hence, around 15%-20% mAh is utilized in the operations of a power bank.