This world has become more of a selfie world now a days. Yes, you got it right! The more selfie you take in your device, more the battery it eats up. Many a times, you get disappointed when you are passing by a timeless beauty of a natural place and suddenly you discover that your phone’s battery is gone. The best thing one can do when it’s raining is to let it rain, but can you afford to let your phone battery drain?
Today, we all are heavily dependent on our cell phones and most certainly we are going to catch up the above explained scenario. We cannot afford to miss a single call, because for some it will cost severely. Therefore, to avoid these doleful state, companies came up with a great idea. And that idea is to provide you an additional battery which will charge up your devices on the go. That additional battery is called Power Banks.
Market is flooded with plethora of Power Banks and it would run you into a confusing state of mind when choosing a power bank for your device. Here I am going to guide you, which will prove to be the whole nine yards while choosing a right power bank for you!
First and foremost thing you have do is that, what’s the real battery capacity of your phone or any other devices. Most of the times it can be read on the back of your battery. If you are not able to find it on the back of your batter cover, you can just Google your phones model and gather the information on the real capacity of your phone’s battery.
Once you knew the mAH capacity of your battery, you have done a great favor to yourself before choosing an additional battery for your device. Now you will know, which capacity of device you can go with in accordance with your budget. Many Power Bank companies claim, they can charge your phone 5 or 6 times, once fully charged.
Suppose, you’ve chosen a power bank with capacity of 5000 mAH and your phone battery capacity is 1400 mAH, that means it can charge your device only twice or maximum thrice. The capacity of the battery are actually less than what is claimed in the details. The real capacity of the devices will fall up to 4500 mAH , if it tells you that it’s capacity is 5000 mAH. So this math is simple if the capacity of your phones battery is 1400 then it can only charge thrice, 1400 x 3= 4200 mAH.
Same is the scenario with every device you purchase from any marketplace. You should be extremely careful while choosing a real device for your phone and any other devices and don’t get deceived!