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Smartphone technology has come a long way in the past few years, but there is a lingering issue that is taking time to evolve – battery life. Sure, batteries are getting bigger and phones more resourceful, but many of us still have a problem keeping our devices alive.

One solution is to charge your phone throughout the day, something that proves to be an issue when there is no outlet around. The next best solution is to buy yourself a portable battery charger to charge on-the-go. With so many options around, we know it’s hard to find the best units in the market. This is why we have curated a list with our very favorite battery packs!

Shall we get started and show you the goods?


Anker PowerCore+ 20,100 mAh

Anker is one of the most popular makers of portable phone chargers, with a variety of options available, ranging from slim, ultra-portable ones, to those like the PowerCore+. This battery pack comes with an impressive capacity of 20,100 mAh, that should be enough to fully charge your smartphone or tablet multiple times. You get two USB ports that utilize PowerIQ technology, as well as a USB Type-C port that can be used to charge current generation smartphones, tablets, and even the new Macbook.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 20,100 mAh
  • Output: 2 x PowerIQ ports 5V/3A max (2.4 A per port), 1 x USB-C port 5V/3A
  • Dimensions: 182.9 x 61 x 22.9 mm, 454 grams
  • Current price: $65.99

RAVPower External Power Bank 20,100 mAh

RAVPower is another trusted name when it comes to external battery packs, and this particular option offers it all. To start with, you get the high capacity of 20,100 mAh, that is more than enough to fully recharge your smartphone multiple times. The power bank comes with three USB ports, including a USB-C port and one that supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 fast charging capabilities. Four LED indicators let you know how much charge is left on the power bank, and charging it is quite fast as well with a QC 3.0 charger.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 20,100 mAh
  • Output: 1 x USB port 5V/2.4 A, 1 x USB-C port 5V/3A, 1 x QC 3.0 port 5V/2.4A or 6.5V~9V/1.5A or 9V~12V/1.2A
  • Dimensions: 173 x 81 x 21 mm, 381 grams
  • Current price: $49.99

Vinsic External Battery Pack 20,000 mAh

Like the RAVPower battery pack above, this Vinsic external power bank also comes with a large 20,000 mAh battery, and features three USB ports, including a USB-C port and one that supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 fast charging capabilities. There is an easy to read digital screen that shows you exactly how much charge on the power bank is left instead of having to guess from three or four LED lights. Even with all its features, this battery pack is the cheapest option available when compared to other devices with a similar capacity.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 20,000 mAh
  • Output: 1 x USB port 5V/2.4 A, 1 x USB-C port 5V/3A, 1 x QC 3.0 port 5V/2.4A or 6.5V~9V/1.5A or 9V~12V/1.2A
  • Dimensions: 155 x 91.4 x 20.3 mm, 422 grams
  • Current price: $32.95

EasyAcc External Power Bank 20,000 mAh

The final high capacity power bank on this list is the EasyAcc external battery pack, which features a large 20,000 mAh capacity. What makes this battery pack stand out is the fact it comes with four USB ports to charge multiple devices at the same time, with one of them supporting Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 fast charging capabilities. Another useful feature is that there are dual inputs available, including one with QC 3.0 support, and both can be utilized to charge the battery pack faster than other similar devices. And for those who might find it useful, the EasyAcc power bank also comes with bright flashlight.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 20,000 mAh
  • Output: 3 x USB port 5V/3.1A, 1 x QC 3.0 port 5V~9V/2A or 9V~12V/1.5A
  • Dimensions: 167 x 81 x 22 mm, 410 grams
  • Current price: $39.99

Xiaomi Mi Power Bank Pro 10,000 mAh

The Xiaomi Mi Power Bank Pro is a slim and sleek external battery pack that features an impressive capacity of 10,000 mAh without compromising on portability. The device comes with a single USB port with support for Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 fast charging capabilities. While the USB-C port is for input only, included in the box is an USB-C connector to convert the available microUSB cable, to allow you to charge current generation smartphones that feature USB Type-C ports. Four LED indicators let you know how much charge is left on the power bank, and the battery pack itself charges quite quickly with a QC 3.0 charger.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 10,000 mAh
  • Output: 1 x QC 3.0 port 5V~9V/2A or 9V~12V/1.5A
  • Dimensions: 128 x 75 x 12.6 mm, 223 grams
  • Current price: $31.98

Anker PowerCore Slim 5,000 mAh

The Anker PowerCore Slim, as the name suggests, is a think, sleek, and ultra portable battery pack. The device comes with a 5,000 mAh capacity, that should be enough to fully charge or get close to a full charge with most current smartphones. The device comes with a single USB port that takes advantage of PowerIQ technology to allow for the fastest charge possible. While the PowerCore Slim may not be as feature packed as the other power banks on this list, its portability is the biggest selling point.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 5,000 mAh
  • Output: 1 x PowerIQ port 5V/2A
  • Dimensions: 124.5 x 63.5 x 10.2 mm, 126 grams
  • Current price: $29.99

iNice Mini Power Bank 3,000 mAh

When it comes to the portability of power banks, it doesn’t get any better than the iNice Mini battery pack. It doesn’t feature a lot of capacity, but the 3,000 mAh available enough to get close to a full charge with most current smartphones. A Lightning port cable and a microUSB cable are attached to the device, and slot into the body. As far as the portability is concerned, this power bank is slim, light, and compact enough to even fit into your wallet, and while it doesn’t offer a whole lot of features, it can be extremely handy in a tight spot.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 3,000 mAh
  • Output: 1 x microUSB output 5V/2A, 1 x Lightning port output 5V/2A
  • Dimensions: 108 x 64 x 7.6 mm, 73 grams
  • Current price: $16.99

OUTXE Rugged Power Bank 16,000 mAh

The OUTXE Rugged Power Bank is one that is built for the outdoors and will be an ideal companion for all the adventurers out there. The power bank comes with a large capacity of 16,000 mAh, which will let you fully charge your smartphone multiple times. The power bank comes with an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance, and it is also shock resistant. It also includes a solar panel that will give you some charge back in case you run out, and finally, it comes with a bright flashlight with three modes – normal, SOS, and strobe, which is great for emergencies.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 16,000 mAh
  • Output: 1 x USB port 5V/2A, 1 x USB port 5V/1A
  • Dimensions: 166 x 82 x 20.5 mm, 356 grams
  • Current price: $39.99

Beatit 500A Portable Jump Starter 10,800 mAh

If you are looking for a single device to address all of your emergency power needs, including being able to jump start your car, the Beatit Portable Jump Starter is the one for you.  It will jump start a 3.0 L gas or 2.5 L diesel engine up to 20 times on a single charge. It also comes with three USB ports, including one with support for Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 fast charging capabilities, and a USB-C port, to keep all your devices charged on the go. Finally, there is also a flashlight with three modes – normal, SOS, and strobe. Considering all its features, this portable jump starter is rather affordable as well.

Key details:

  • Capacity: 10,800 mAh
  • Output: 1 x USB port 5V/2A, 1 x USB-C port 5V/3A, 1 x QC 3.0 port 5V/2A or 6.5V~9V/1.5A or 9V~12V/1A
  • Current: Start current 250A, Peak current 500 A
  • Dimensions: 145 x 84 x 25.4 mm, 454 grams
  • Current price: $39.99

There you have it, guys. Those are our favorite battery packs currently available! Now hit the comments and let us know which is your favorite. Do you have any other options you think your fellow Android fans would like?