Best Power Banks in India (May 2020)

by | May 7, 2020

Smartphones, cameras and every other electronic accessory are stuffed with features these days.

Although the functionalities have increased, in order to retain a slim profile most of the devices sacrificed on their battery capacity, resulting in the need for an external battery pack.

Hence in this list, we are bringing you the best power banks you can buy in India to juice up your device to sustain a long day’s use.

Best Powerbanks In India

1. Mi PB20IZMOverall Best Pick
2. Realme PowerbankRunner-Up Pick
3. Syska WirelessPowerbank with Wireless Charging
4. Ambrane PP30 ProLarge Capacity Power Bank
5. Pebble PicoHonorable Mention


1. Mi PB20IZM

Overall Best Pick
  • Commendable build quality
  • Robust circuitry protection
  • 18W fast charging

Xiaomi has been launching electronics products in India right and left in every segment.

The Mi PB20IZM is a power bank offering from Xiaomi, which is essentially a larger-capacity variant of the much popular Mi PB10IZM model.

Equipped with a Lithium – Polymer 20,000 mAh battery pack, the Mi PB20IZM has an actual output capacity of around 13000mAh.

Design and Build Quality

The outer case is made of anodized aluminium that can withstand a couple of falls without affecting the functionality of the power bank.

This power bank comes with two output ports that support fast charging supplying power up to a rated amperage of 2.4A. And 2A each.


Xiaomi has implemented various measures to protect the internal circuit from surges and overheating of the components.

A 4 LED battery level indicator helps you to determine the state of charge on the power bank.

Two-way quick charge support ensures that along with charging your device quicker, the power bank itself can be charged faster from an external power source.


This power bank comes with a stated capacity of 20000mAh out of which you can use about 13000mAh for charging up your devices.

The Mi PB20IZM takes up to 6 hours to fully juice up from empty. This is considerably faster than most of the similarly-priced counterparts, thanks to the support for 18W fast charging.


Price is the most interesting aspect of this power bank. This 20,000 mAh power bank is sold for just under Rs.1500 in India.

Since manufactured locally, the taxes are low and this lets Xiaomi price the power bank very aggressively.


If you just want a no-frills 20,000 mAh budget power bank, The Xiaomi Mi PB20IZM model is a great choice sold under Rs.1,500.


Two-way fast charging

Safer and durable Lithium – Polymer battery
Aggressive pricing
No LED torch


Battery Capacity20000 mAh
Actual Output Capacity13000 mAh
Charging TimeUP to 6 Hours
 Output Ports2


2. Realme Power Bank

 Runner-Up Pick
  • 18W fast charging
  • Dual Type A and Type C power output
  • 12 layer circuit protection mechanism

Realme is a sub-brand of Oppo concentrating on budget and mid-range smartphones as well as accessories.

At present Realme smartphones are giving a run for their money competition to Redmi phones. Along with the smartphone sales, the company markets its earphones in the Indian market and most recently has introduced the power bank.

Design and Build Quality

The Realme power bank comes in really bright attractive colours. The polycarbonate body feels really strong and durable.

The skin-friendly material coating over the power bank chassis makes it comfortable to hold in hand and inside the pockets.

The edges of the chassis are curved to ensure that carrying this inside your pant pocket isn’t uncomfortable at all.


The Realme power bank supports 18W fast charging, as many of the current mid-range devices ships with fast charging support out of the box.

Gone are the days where it used to take forever to charge the battery from a portable power bank.

There are two power output ports on this device – one USB Type C and the other regular USB Type-A.

Both the ports can be simultaneously made use to fast charge two devices at once.

There is a 12-stage circuit protection mechanism employed to keep the batteries from heating down and eliminate voltage surges while charging.

Charging Capacity

The Realme power bank comes with a battery capacity of 10000mAh with actual usable capacity lingering somewhere around 7300mAh.

The batteries support fast charging themselves and it takes about 4 hours to completely juice up the power bank.


The Realme power bank is one of the best power banks priced very reasonably with 18W fast charge support.

The build quality and the USB type C output makes the deal even better at just Rs.1,200.


3D curved body


Intelligent low power mode


One year warranty


No flashlight


Battery Capacity10000mAh
Actual Output Capacity~7300mAh
Charging TimeUP to 4 Hours
 Output Ports2

3. Syska wireless

powerbank with Wireless Charging
  • Qi wireless charging 
  • USB C and USB A dual output
  • Six months warranty

Syska is a leading battery manufacturer in India known for its safe, BIS certified batteries.

The Syska wireless power bank, as the name suggests is a power bank with built-in wireless charging support.

Design and Build Quality

The outer frame of this power bank is made of high-quality tough plastic with a rubber textured finish on top.

The rounded corners enhance the aesthetics of the power bank but make it a bit slippery in hand as well.

The power button is located on the side, with a micro USB input port, USB A port and a USB C port located on the top section.

The wireless charging pad sits almost flush with the power bank chassis.


This 10000mAh budget power bank from Syska features fast wireless charging support. IF you own a device with wireless charging, you can use it to top up the juice effortlessly.

Even when charging two devices simultaneously there aren’t any abnormal temperature variations with this device.

Inside the chassis, Syska has implemented some protective measures that will enhance the lifespan of this power bank.

Intelligent IC protection feature optimizes the sudden spikes in voltages and smooths it out before delivering to an external device.

Not only does this increase the lifespan of the power bank itself, but also results in the safety of the device which is being charged up with the power bank.

We all leave our power banks unused for a long duration and face difficulty in bringing them back to their full potential.

Battery Capacity

The Syska wireless power bank features a rated capacity of 10000mAh out of which approximately 7000mAh is available for the end-user.


The Syska wireless is perhaps the only power bank with wireless charging support available under Rs.2,500.

If you want a larger capacity power bank that will keep your devices charged up while you’re off the grid, this product is a great choice worth checking out.


Overcharging protection


BIS certified Li-Po batteries


Intelligent hibernation mode


Bulky and heavy


Battery Capacity10000mAh
Actual Output Capacity~7000mAh
Charging Time8 Hours
Output Ports2

4. Ambrane PP30 Pro

 Large Capacity Power Bank
  • 20500mAh actual charging capacity
  • Type C charging output
  • Torchlight

Ambrane is a popular consumable electronics manufacturer in India concentrating on products such as tablets and smart bands.

The Ambrane PP30 Pro is a jumbo 27000mAh power bank that charges a wide range of devices.

Design and Build Quality

The Ambrane power bank is no lightweight device. It weighs about 534 grams and has considerable heft to it.

The chassis is made of hard plastic and feels strong and durable. The rubber texture offers excellent grip and looks attractive as well.

Battery Capacity

The Ambrane PP30 Pro has a 27000mAh battery inside. Out of this 27000mAh battery, what you will get to charge the devices is about 20500mAh.

This is sufficient for charging a mobile phone of 4000mAh battery size to charge five times and over.

This power bank is charged via a micro USB port. It takes about 5-6 hours to charge the battery completely on this device.

Hardware Features

This power bank contains triple output for charging multiple devices at once.

The two regular USB Type-A port has a rating of 5V/3.1A and 9V/2A each and the Type C port gives an output of 12V/1.5A.

The Ambrane PP 30 Pro comes with a LED torch in case you require a flashlight at night.

On the front of a device, there is an LED strip indicating the battery left on the device and it also acts as a charging indicator.


The Ambrane PP 30 Pro is a versatile power bank that will let you charge a multitude of devices such as the mouse, Bluetooth speaker and smartphones etc simultaneously.

Having three output ports and a large 27000mAh battery inside, the Ambrane PP 30 Pro is a product worth considering for purchase under Rs.2100.


Excellent thermal control


Voltage surge protection


Robust build quality


Bulky and heavy


Battery Capacity27000mAh
Actual Output Capacity~20000mAh
Charging Time10 Hours
Output Ports3

5. Pebble PICO

Honorable Mention
  • Lightweight and pocketable
  • An intuitive battery percentage indicator
  • Compatible with all devices

The Pebble PICO is a palm-sized micropower bank that comes with a 10,000 mAh battery capacity.


The main USP of this power bank is its compact form factor rather than the large-capacity battery inside.

The Pebble PICO is noticeably small enough to be carried even in your shirt pocket. This device weighs around 250 g.

Build quality and other hardware features

The external casing of this power bank is made of plastic and boasts of a textured finish. This textured finish gives the device a premium feel.

Upfront, this power bank has a battery percentage indicator that displays the percentage in numbers which is a much-desired feature that every manufacturer should adopt.

Port selection

At the bottom is where the connectivity ports are located.

As usual, there are two USB output ports with 1A and 2.1A at 5V. The power bank gets charged in itself via a micro USB port.

Battery capacity

From the advertised battery capacity of 10000 mAh, ~ 6800 mAh is available for charging up your devices.

For a compact power bank that weight only 250 g, this number is very impressive, to say the least. You can charge your smartphone twice if not less.

Compatibility and surge protection

There is no issue of compatibility with Apple devices as well. This power banks works across all devices capable of USB charging without any problem.

Despite the compact size, Pebble has made no compromises in surge shield protection.

The company employs a 10-way circuit protection mechanism to save the power bank and connected devices from over as well as under voltage damages.


The Pebble PICO is a pocket-sized portable power bank that is very convenient to carry.

Despite its small size and form factor, it carries a 10000mAh battery inside that can charge your smartphone for a minimum of two times.


Compact and lightweight


Excellent size to capacity ratio


Circuit protection measures


Average quality USB charging cable


Battery Capacity10000mAh
Actual Output Capacity~6900mAh
Charging Time6-7 Hours
Output Ports

This is it! The recommended buyers guide for the best power banks in India ends here.

We’ve carefully curated this list to add at least one product from each category so that this article becomes more useful than ever before.

If you’ve got a budget in mind and don’t want spend past that mark, do check out our list of the best power banks in India under Rs.1000.

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Power Bank Buying Guide

These are the key points to keep in mind while buying a power bank. We have analyzed power banks with these key features in mind.

Make sure you compare power banks according to these features.

1. Battery Capacity

When buying a power bank the most important factor to look for is the battery capacity.

Power banks capacity varies from product to product depending on the number of cells in the power bank.

Another key aspect to check is whether the battery cells are Lithium-ion or Lithium Polymer.

According to Android Authority writer Matthew Sabatini, Lithium-ion battery and Lithium-Polymer battery do not differ much in performance.

But Lithium-Polymer batteries are very lightweight and have improved safety. So they are more durable against overheating and overcharging.

2. Conversion Rate or Effective Output

Batteries inside the power banks are usually rated at 3.7V. The battery capacity listed by the manufacturer will be based on this rating.

But the USB output from the power bank is rated at 5V.

The actual capacity of the power bank will be based on this rating.

The actual 5V capacity is given by the equation (3.7 x advertised capacity / 5).

Suppose if a manufacturer sells 10000mAh power bank with an advertised conversion rate of 90 %, the actual 5V capacity of that power bank will be ( 3.7 x 10000 /5 ) = 7400mAh.

With the conversion rate of 90%, the actual capacity available to charge devices will be ( 90% of 7400mAh) = 6660mAh.

Always take consideration of the conversion rate the manufacturer advertises to get a rough estimate of the juice that you will be able to extract from the power bank.

3. Number of Output Ports

A power bank may be used to charge multiple devices simultaneously or you may want to charge at a different Ampere according to the device specification.

Some power bank has only 1 output port at 2.1A and some have 2 or 3 ports at 2.1A and 1A.

So before buying your power bank make sure that it has enough output ports satisfying your needs.

4. Design

Look and feel of power banks are also an important aspect.

No one wants to buy an ugly looking power bank that is difficult to handle while charging on the go.

Make sure the design of powerbank is suitable to fit into your pocket. The good design enhances the experience of handling a power bank.

5. Portability

The sole purpose of buying a power bank is to charge your device when you are travelling and you can’t find a charging point.

Hence portability of your power bank is paramount. An ideal power bank should be lightweight.

It should weigh just around 200gms.

A bulky power bank will be difficult to carry on the go in your pocket. It should fit nicely in your hand.