Xiaomi Announces Third Manufacturing Facility in India, Launches Two ‘Made in India’ Power Banks
Xiaomi, leading smartphone brand in India, today announced its third manufacturing plant in India. This plant has been set up in partnership with Hipad Technology and is situated in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
The company has also launched two power banks ‘Mi Power Bank 2i’. These power banks will be assembled in this new facility announced today. The starting capacity of this facility is nearly 7 Power Banks per minute during its operational hours.
Mi Power Bank 2i comes in 10000 mAh and 20000 mAh battery capacity. Both models feature lithium polymer batteries and dual USB outputs to charge two devices at the same time. These models also get two way fast charging.
The 10000mAh model features elegant double anodized aluminum design. It claims to charge Redmi Note 4 up to 1.5 times and Mi A1 up to 2.2 times. It boasts to offer up to 85 percent conversion.
The 20000 mAh model features a polycarbonate case. It also claims to offer conversion rate of up to 85 percent. This model also supports Quick Charge 3.0.
Both models also feature Low-power mode to charge devices like Mi Band and Mi Bluetooth headset. It can be activated by pressing the power button twice.
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Xiaomi also boasts nine layers of world-class circuit chip protection and adopted USB smart-control chips to ensure safety.
The 10000 mAh MI Power Bank 2i costs Rs. 799 and 20000 mAh Mi Power Bank 2i costs Rs. 1499. Both models will go on sale at Mi.com and Mi Home starting 12 noon, November 23 2017. Xiaomi has also confirmed the availability at across Mi Preferred Partner stores and all Large Format Retail partners in December.