ELEPower Thunder power bank with Quick Charge 3.0 to be launched by Elephone

Either you have a high or low power-packed smartphone, a power bank is a must if you are a heavy smartphone user with tons of apps installed on your device or traveling often and need to charge your smartphone often. The solution is to have a good power bank.

The companies these days coming with various fast charging technology; named differently, though. Be it Turbo, Fast, Quick, Super or Dash charging, all these technologies enable their devices to charge faster in less time. In fact, there is now a competition going on to develop better technology to charge a device fully in the least amount of time. Some companies even buy the technologies from other companies if they are unable to develop one on their own, but availing a fast charging technology is a must these days in high-end smartphones. The companies now started providing fast charging technology in low-end devices too, for instance, Xiaomi’s Redmi 3S.


So to charge these smartphones with fast charging support, we need compatible power banks, with fast charging support too. To charge a smartphone through a power bank, we need to charge the power bank first. And a power bank can take up to days if it doesn’t support fast charging technology, or if we lack a fast charging supported Adapter.
Recently OnePlus, Xiaomi, and other companies have started manufacturing power banks with fast charging support. Now we get information about the Chinese company Elephone, which is going to unveil a power bank called the ELEPower Thunder Power. With a curved appearance, it looks stunning, and it comes with 16,000mAh capacity, and the best part is, it is compatible with Quick Charge 3.0. And it will have much higher efficiency than a Quick Charge 2.0 supported power bank, which can charge 30 percent faster than the latter.

Besides, the new ELEPower Thunder has the most secured LG cell, which can ensure it has lower deterioration rate caused by long-term usage. Most brands uses LG or Panasonic cells for better reliability, including Xiaomi. We expect it will launch soon, and the pricing would be affordable as per the market standard to compete with other brands. However being a Chinese company it is obvious it’d launch first in China, but it’d come to other countries afterward. So stay tuned for more information on this.

Source: PhoneRadar

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