RAVPower’s QC 3.0 pack is identical in design to other RAVPower portable batteries, but this time with Quick-Charge 3.0.
USB-C is slowly becoming the norm, adding to the value (and overall cost) of packs like this one.
Forcing Android into this form factor isn’t easy, and it shows.
Lumsing’s battery pack is small, portable, and easy to tote around, but falls short on providing enough power.
While budget-conscious phones are getting better, the ZMax Pro feels stuck in the past.
The Le Pro3 looks and feels like a winner, and then you begin using it and everything starts to fall apart.
It's $100 less than the Axon 7, but you’re giving up a lot more than screen size with the smaller device.
Using the USB-C port, you can recharge this pack in just a few hours.
It’s not going to appeal to everyone, but for someone who needs something that can take a beating, the ToughJuice is willing and able.
The Tronsmart Presto will get the job done, and recharges in little time, but there are better packs available.
A battery pack you can easily slip into a purse or backpack and not have to worry about extra bulk.
As one of Anker’s biggest battery packs, the PowerCore+ offers enough juice to charge your devices in style.
It looks more like a brick, but Aukey 30000 PowerBank has QuickCharge 3.0, USB-C, and a flashlight.
With that design, comes an Apple-like price. But don’t let that scare you away.
For the time being, we can’t recommend buying the Mos Go. The company is working on updated firmware to fix critical issues.