Best Chargers for the Nokia 8
Nokia is a brand that many of us know very well and there are two main reasons for that. The first reason that many of us know about Nokia phones is that they were used a lot in the early 2000s and it was the most widespread type of “smartphone” that you could get.
However, today most of us know Nokia smartphones as being practically indestructible in comparison to smartphones today. As there are tons of jokes about how durable older Nokia smartphones were and the truth is that they were very strong but other than that, the old ones hold no place today.
Of course, Nokia has made their way into the modern age and that’s proven with its latest smartphone flagship known as the Nokia 8. This phone has all the latest tech features that you would expect from top-tier smartphones.
New and Improved
As it has the fastest Snapdragon 835 processor that’s currently available, has 6GB of RAM, a large 3,090mAh battery capacity, and finally, it uses USB-C for charging.
The charging power behind this new Nokia 8 smartphone is perhaps what we’re most interested in at Charger Harbor, as this charger uses USB-C for charging, and along with it, it has Quick Charge 3.0 compatibility.
As a result, you’re able to recharge this smartphone at a much faster charging rate than regular chargers can do.
The main problem when it comes to faster charging smartphones that use Quick Charge is that users are confused as you which charger is best to use for their device. That’s why here at Charger Harbor, we’ve created a guide specifically for the Nokia 8 to get the best chargers for it. So let’s get started.
Chargers in this Guide:
Best Portable Chargers for the Nokia 8
A portable charger is something that you’re going to want to purchase and the reason for that is because smartphones are something that we constantly carry throughout the day. Most of us aren’t always next to an AC wall outlet and neither do we all carry around USB wall chargers.
Keeping a portable charger with us can be a great asset as you can charge your Nokia 8 while you’re out doing things and not have to worry about getting home and charging your smartphone.
This Tqka portable charger has one of the best power capacities that you can get for your Nokia 8 and this is true for all other smartphones with the same capacity ranges. This charger has a power capacity of 10,400mAh and that’s enough power to charge your Nokia 8 to its full power about two times. Another thing that makes this charger a great match for the Nokia 8 is the charging features.
Only One Output
This charger has just a single charging output port and even though this sounds like a bad thing, the use of a single output port is quite good when it comes to this power bank.
That’s because you’re able to FOCUS the entire power capacity of this charger on a single device and as a result, you can get the most power capacity for the Nokia 8. The single USB-A charging port on this power bank uses Quick Charge 3.0 and so it’s able to charge you Nokia 8 at its max charging speed.
Two Input Ports
Recharging this Tqka power bank is quite versatile as it uses two input ports for charging. It has a USB-C and Micro-USB input port with them both being able to use Quick Charge 3.0. You can only use each of the input ports once at a time, but as long as you’re using a Quick Charge USB wall charger to recharge this power bank then you’re going to be able to recharge it very quickly.
The use of a USB-C input port is very convenient when it comes to using this charger with your Nokia 8 as you can use the same cable to recharge this power bank.
Specs of the Tqka 10,000mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0:
Quick Charge USB Port: 5V/2.1A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A
Type-C Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A
Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A
- LED Power Indicators: 4 White LED Capacity Indicators
- Size: 5.8 x 2.9 x 0.6 inches
- Weight: 7.7 Ounces
Getting a high capacity portable charger is always a good option if you want more longevity with how long you want to use your power bank before needing to recharge it. That’s why we’re recommending this Jackery Thunder X portable charger.
It all the things that you really could ask for from a high capacity portable charger, as it has a 20,100mAh power capacity that can charge your Nokia 8 to full power about 4.5 times if you’re focusing the capacity on just charge your Nokia 8.
Standard High Capacity Charging
Charging with most high capacity portable chargers is superb and that is the case here as this charger has two powerful USB-A charging ports. With one port using Quick Charge 3.0 that can charge your Nokia 8 at its max charging speed.
The other port has a standard port that has a charging speed of 5V/2.4A, which can charge most standard devices at their max speed.
Recharging this power bank is done through a Micro-USB input port that has a recharge rate of 5V/2.0A, and it’s quite good, but admittedly we wish that it was faster such as 5V/2.4A charging or Quick Charge for recharging this power bank.
Specs of the Thunder X 20,100mAh Power Bank:
Smart Fit: 5V/2.4A
- Input: 5V/2.0A Via Micro-USB Input
- LED Power Indicators: 4 White LED Power Capacity Indicators
- Size: 6.6 x 2.4 x 0.8 inches
- Weight: 13.9 Ounces
Another portable charger that has the same power capacity as the Jackery power bank that we mentioned above is RAVPower’s 20,100mAh charger. So you’re going to have more than enough power capacity to charge your smartphone to its full power about four times.
What makes this charger quite different than the Jackery portable charger is the charging capabilities.
It has two USB-A charging ports, with one using Quick Charge 3.0 and the other one having a charging speed of 5V/2.4A. There is also another output port on this power bank and that would be the USB-C port which can be used with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable to charge USB-C compatible devices such as your Nokia 8.
That said, we still recommend using the Quick Charge USB-A port on this power bank for your Nokia 8 because it’ll provide the fastest charging possible for it, as the USB-C port outputs 5V/3.0A.
Better to Use the Micro-USB Input
Recharging this power bank is quite flexible as you can use either the USB-C input port or the Micro-USB input port to recharge this RAVPower portable charger. The USB-C port is used to recharge this power bank has a recharge rate of 5V/3.0A.
On the other hand, the Micro-USB input port uses Quick Charge 3.0 to recharge this power bank and when you use a Quick Charge USB wall charger you’re able to recharge it at its max charging speed.
Still Convenient to Use the USB-C port
You can only use a single input at a time, so we recommend using the Micro-USB input port for the fastest recharge rate. That said, it’s still highly convenient to use the USB-C port to recharge this power bank as you’re going to use the same cable that you use to charge your Nokia 8 to recharge this power bank.
- Features a high power capacity that can charge your Nokia 8 to full power multiple times
- Uses a Quick Charge 3.0 that can fast charge your Nokia 8, it also uses a standard USB-A port and a USB-A port with a 15W charging speed
- Can be recharged by either using the USB-C or Micro-USB input port
- The Micro-USB input port is Quick Charge compatible, so you can recharge the power bank at Quick Charge speeds with a Quick Charge wall charger
- The power bank comes with a Micro-USB cable and a Micro-USB to USB-C adapter
Specs of the RAVPower 20,100mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0:
iSmart Port: 5V/2.4A
Quick Charge port: 5V/2.4A | 6.5V-9V/1.5A | 9V-12V/1.2A
- LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
- Size: 6.8 x 3.1 x 0.8 inches
- Weight: 13 Ounces
Of course, with this amount of power capacity, you’re going to be able to charge more than just a smartphone to full power as this capacity gives you the ability to charge tablets and a range of other devices to their full power too.
Charging many devices to full power with this Aukey portable charger is not something uncommon and it’s one of the best ways to use this power bank.
Powerful Charging to go Along with a High Power Capacity
Along with its extremely high capacity, this charger also has 3 ways to charge your devices.
As there are two USB-A charging ports, with one using Quick Charge 3.0 and the other one has a 2.4A charging speed. That said, you can still use the Quick Charge port with standard devices as well.
The third output of this power bank is the USB-C port and so you’re going to need a USB-C to USB-C charging cable to charge USB-C compatible devices such as your Nokia 8. Or you can use a USB-C to Lightning cable to charge smartphones such as the iPhone X or iPhone 8.
However, you should still use your Nokia 8 with the USB-A Quick Charge port because it gives you a faster-charging speed.
Two Input Ports to Use
Recharging this power bank can be done through one of the two input ports with this charger.
There’s the USB-C input port that offers the faster recharging speed of the two input ports, which has a 3 Amp recharge speed. The other input port is the Micro-USB input port and that has a recharge rate of 5V/2.4A.
- Features a 30,000mAh power capacity that can last for about a week when it comes to charging smartphones, this much power can also be used to charge tablets
- Uses three output ports, with there being a Quick Charge port, a USB-C port, and a USB-A standard port
- There are two input ports, with a USB-C and Micro-USB input port
- The power bank may be large and heavy, but it’s still quite small with a length of 5.9 inches
- Comes with a USB-C to USB-A charging cable
Aukey 30,000mAh Portable Charger with Quick Charge 3.0:
Quick Charge 3.0 Port Charging Speeds: 3.6V-6.5V/3A | 6.5V-9V/2A | 9V-12V/1.5A
AiPower Port Charging Speed: 5V/2.4A
USB Type-C Output Port: 5V/3.0A
USB Type-C Input Port: 5V/2.0A Individual Usage: 5V/3.0A
Micro-USB Input Port: 5V/2.0A Individual Usage: 5V/2.4A
- LED Power Indicators: Power Button Indicates 3 Colors
- Size: 5.9 x 3.3 x 1.1 inches
- Weight: 1.4 pounds
This EasyAcc MegaCharge 20,000mAh portable charger is a power bank that has a lot of power capacity. At the same time, this charger is also one that features some great charging power. So there’s enough power capacity to charge a smartphone to full power multiple times.
At the same time, this charger is great for charging tablets, too.
Four Ports to Use
There are four output ports on this charger, with three being USB-A ports and one other output is a USB-C port. One of the USB-A ports feature Quick Charge 3.0 so it can charge your Nokia 8 at its max charging speed.
The other two USB-A ports have a 5V/2.4A charging speed.
The USB-C port can be used with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable to charge USB-C compatible devices, with an output of 5V/3.0A.
Fast Recharging with Dual Inputs
Recharging this power bank is one of the best recharging methods on the market. That’s because this EasyAcc charger uses two input ports.
With one being Micro-USB and the other is a USB-C input port. The Micro-USB input has a recharge rate of 5V/2.0A, and the USB-C input has a recharge speed of 5V/3.0A. Using them both together will result in a 5A recharge speed, to recharge this power bank.
- The power bank uses four ports, with a Quick Charge 3.0 port, two standard USB-A ports, and a USB-C port
- Uses two input ports, with one USB-C and Micro-USB input
- The two input ports can be used at the same time and can recharge the power bank at a 5A speed
- The charger uses a LED Flashlight
- This power bank comes with a Micro-USB and USB-C cable that you can use to recharge the power bank and to charge your Nokia 8
Specs of the EasyAcc MegaCharge D20 20,000mAh Power Bank Doubin 5A Input:
Initial Capacity: 20,000mAh
Output Capacity: 15,000mAh
Quick Charge Port: 18W and also standard 5V/3.0A charging rate for Non-Compatible Quick Charge devices
Standard USB-A Ports: 5V/3.0A
USB-C Port: 5V/3.0A
Max Output: 33W (6.6A)
Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.0A
USB-C Input: 5V/3.0A
Max Input: 5A
- LED Power Indicator: 4 White LED Power Capacity Indicators
- Size: 5.9 x 2.9 x 0.9 inches
- Weight: 13 Ounces
However, we’ve still selected the best wall chargers to use with your Nokia 8 in case you lost the original and need a replacement, or if you want a wall charger that has many USB charging ports while at the same time uses Quick Charge with one of its ports.
If you’re searching for simple but powerful wall charging replacements, then this Aukey one is one of the best options on the market. That’s because of its simplicity as this wall charger only features a single USB-A charging ports and the port uses Quick Charge 3.0.
As a result, you’re able to charge Quick Charge compatible devices with this port such as your Nokia 8, and you can also use it to recharge power banks that use Quick Charge to recharge at their max charging speed.
The build quality of this charger is also quite superb with its structure and even though this wall charger doesn’t have a retractable AC adapter, the AC adapter is still placed very well.
Aukey also offers a 2-port version of this wall charger and it has two USB-A ports that feature Quick Charge 3.0 and it’s the perfect choice if you want to charge two Quick Charge compatible devices at their max charging speed, at the same time.
- Features a Quick Charge port
- Has a small form factor that can easily be taken anywhere
Specs of the Aukey PA-U28 Quick Charge 3.0 Wall Charger:
Quick Charge: 5V/2.0A | 9V/1.67A | 12V/1.25A
- Input: 100-240V
- LED Power Indicator: No
- Size: 1 x 3.8 x 2.3 inches
- Weight: 1.8 Ounces
- Comes with a 3 foot Micro-USB Cable
If you want the benefit of Quick Charge, while still having access to lost of USB-A charging ports, then we highly recommend Anker’s Powerport Speed 5 wall charger.
It has 5 USB-A charging ports, with one of the ports using Quick Charge 3.0 and the other four ports have a charging speed of 5V/2.4A.
Fast Charge the Nokia 8
It’s one of the best-charging station options on the market as you can Quick Charge your Nokia 8, while at the same time being able to charge your other standard devices. Another great part is that it’s from one of the best brands when it comes to consumer charging electronic brands, Anker.
A very similar charger to the PowerPort Speed 5 is from Aukey, and it’s the same charging station that holds 5 USB ports. With one port being a Quick Charge 3.0 port and the other four use standard 2.4 Amp charging.
- Uses a total of five ports
- Features a single Quick Charge 3.0 port, so you can fast charge your Nokia 8, while still charging another four devices at the same time
- Uses a power cord, instead of a built-in AC adapter and as a result, you’re able to place the charger more closer to where you want
Specs of the Anker PowerPort Speed 5 Charging Station:
Each Standard Port: 5V/2.4A
Quick Charge Port: 3.6V-6.5V/3A | 6.5V-9V/2.0A | 9V-12V/1.5A
Probably at the limits of what you’ll need is this Aukey 6-Port USB-A charging station. Yes, you can charge 6 devices with this charging station. Two of the ports feature Quick Charge 3.0 and then the rest of the standard ports have a charging speed of 5V/2.4A.
- Uses six ports to charge six devices at the same time
- Features two Quick Charge ports, so you can fast charge two QC compatible phones at the same time such as a Nokia 8 and a Samsung smartphone
- The charger has a LED power light
- Uses a 4-foot power cord
Specs of the Aukey 6-Port USB Charging Station with Quick Charge 3.0
Standard Port Speed: 5V/2.4A
Quick Charge Speed: 5V-6V/3A, 6V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A
- Input: 100-240V
- LED Power Indicators: Single Green LED Light
- Size: 4.0 x 2.8 x 1 inches
- Weight: 7.3 Ounces
Then while we are driving, we either don’t use our smartphones or use them with navigation apps such as Google Maps. It’s at that time when car charging can be one of the most useful charging methods that you can have.
In this case, we’re going to recommend the best car chargers for the Nokia 8 that feature fast charging so you don’t run out of power even while you’re miles away from home and cruising down the highway.
Charging electronics that use built-in cables are among the most useful types of car chargers, as they’ll always have cables with them that can be used.
Built-in Cable Two Quick Charge Outputs
That’s why we’re recommending this MaxBoost car charger which has just that, in this case, it has a USB-C built-in charging cable that can be used to charge your Nokia 8 and any other USB-C compatible device.
This way, if you’re low on charging cables, you don’t have to worry about carrying your cable to your car, as this charger already has one.
In addition to its built-in cable, this car charger also has a Quick Charge USB-A charging port that uses Quick Charge 3.0.
- The car charger has a Quick Charge 3.0 port
- There is a built-in USB-C charging cable that is 3 feet long, and the built-in cable also uses Quick Charge
- The car charger features a blue power light around the charging port
Specs of the MaxBoost 36W Quick Charge Car Charger with Built-in USB-C Cable:
Built-in USB-C Cable: 3.6-6.5V/3A | 6.5-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A
Quick Charge USB-Port: 3.6-6.5V/3A | 6.5-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A
Standard Speed for Standard Devices: 5V/2.0A
Max Output: 36W
The last car charger that we want to recommend is from Aukey and it has three USB charging ports. One of the ports uses Quick Charge 3.0 and the other two ports have a charging speed of 5V/2.4A.
It’s the perfect car charger if you consider charging a possibility for your passengers as there’s a high chance that you probably have people drive with you and what better way to make them feel comfortable while you’re driving than offering them a car charger and some fast charging to go along with it too.
- Features three ports to charge three devices at once
- One port uses Quick Charge to fast your Nokia 8 while you’re charging another two device
Specs of the Aukey 3-Port Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0:
Quick Charge Port: 3.6V-6.5V/3.0A | 6.5V-9V/2.0A | 9V-12V/1.5A
Standard Port Speed: 5V/2.4A
Things You Need to Know Before Buying A Power Bank
Back in 2001, the prototype of a power bank appeared in CES. Since then, the power bank market has grown phenomenally and today, you can find hundreds of different brands on the market. There are so many to choose from, with capacities ranging from 500mAh to 30,000mAh, single or multiple USB ports, with or without a flashlight, etc. Earlier this year, several mobile phone manufacturers including Xiaomi, Samsung and Nokia launched their wireless power banks, making the market even more competitive.
The choice is bewildering, and it’s not like you can just ‘fish a power bank out of the sea’. Yes ok, there are lots of tips and guides out there, but today we are going to see how the tech gurus make their choice. You might even get a fringe benefit.
What Does A Quality Power Bank Look Like?
The easiest and quickest way to judge the quality of a power bank is to check the quality of its case. What materials are used? How well is it designed? Are there any signs of damage? Is the button easy to press?
A quality power bank should have:
1) A clean and complete surface, nothing out of shape. There should be no signs of mechanical damage, no corrosion on any of the connectors.
2) Clear markings about the power ratings, avoid anything blurry that you cannot read.
3) Make sure any buttons and lights work correctly.
It Should Have These Numbers
Every power bank should have markings which clearly state what the power ratings are. That will help you to understand if it can properly charge your phone or not.
1) The basic information should be illustrated on the product or in the user manual; this usually includes the capacity, model number, product type, manufacturers’ information, etc.
2) The Rated input voltage/current and the output voltage/current information is fundamental. But what do these numbers mean? The rated input tells you the standard voltage that the power adapter can connect to so that it can charge the power bank.
If you lose the original power adapter, you could buy a third party one that matches instead of the original. The rated output has to match with the output voltage of the original power adapter for your phone. It’s not recommended to charge your phone with a power bank that has different voltages; otherwise, you may well damage your phone.
3) How many times can the full power bank charge my phone? That’s the question a lot of you will want to know. Usually, that sort of information is not written on the power bank, but with rated capacity and cell/battery rated energy, you can do the math yourself. Don’t worry. We will get to that later.
4) Last but not least, the markings about safety certification are also significant. Most electronics products will bear signs of CE, RoHs and FCC. CE and RoHs are required if the product is sold in the EU; while FCC is mandatory for US market. Safety is somehow guaranteed if you see those marks on the power bank.
You will probably find other markings too, such as environmental information. If you are passionate about these environmental factors, you might want to choose a power bank with a ‘cyclic regeneration mark’ which means that it is recyclable.
Know the Conversion Game of Power Banks
You probably know that bigger capacity is better since it can provide more energy. The thing is, there are two different types of capacity: battery capacity and rated capacity. What you usually see on power banks are the battery capacity. What’s the difference between those two numbers? Let’s read on.
1) How many times can the power bank charge your phone?
If a power bank is marked as 10,000mAh 3.8V (38Wh), that means its battery capacity is 10,000mAh, the voltage of the battery core is 3.8V, and the battery core energy is 38Wh.
Rated capacity (mAh): Also known as nameplate capacity, is the least output capacity under the rated voltage and current.
For example, the rated capacity of a power bank is 7,000mAh (TYP5.1V 1A), that means the minimum output capacity of the power bank is 7,000mAh in the charging process with 5.1V and 1A output standard.
Conversion efficiency: This indicates the value difference between the battery core energy and rated capacity.
A power bank has a battery capacity as 10,000mAh; the battery core voltage is 3.8V which will increase to 5.1V when it’s charging a phone. So, in theory, its output capacity is:
10,000 3.8 / 5.1 = 7,450mAh
The rated capacity is 7,000mAh (TYP5.1V 1A), so the rated conversion efficiency is:
7,000 / 7,450 = 93.96%
In other words, the energy conversion efficiency is about 93.96%, with a 5.1V 1A output standard. About 6.04% of the power is lost in the conversion. If you use professional tools to test the rated output capacity, the result would not be too different. The conversion efficiency of most of the power banks on the market are between 80~90%. Therefore, a power bank with 10,000 battery capacity has about 6,000~7,000 rated output capacity.
Charging rate: 7,000mAh (rated capacity of the power bank) / 3,110mAh (capacity of the iPhone 11 battery) =2.25
Therefore, it can charge your iPhone 11 twice at best.
2) How long will the power bank last?
The lifespan of a power bank depends on two things: how well the power bank is made and how much you use it. The number of charge-discharge cycles, decided by the battery core and other vital components, varies amongst power banks. Typically, this is between 300 ~ 1,000 cycles and if you want my advice, you should definitely avoid any power bank that has less than 500 charge cycles.
Say, the power bank has 500 charge cycles, and you fully charge it once per day on average, then how long it will last? We can work that out with the following simple formula:
Power bank lifespan = Charge cycles charging rate / using rate
Where ‘Using rate’ is the number of times you charge the power bank fully in a day.
As mentioned above, for a 10,000mAh power bank, its charging rate is about 2.25. If it has 500 charging cycles, its lifespan is:
500 2.25 / 1 = 1125 days = 3.08 years
But where can these charging cycles be found, you may ask? The test of cycle life involves specific equipment, so for now, we’ll just have to skip that.
But, if you really want to know, ask the seller before you purchase. Even if you don’t get an answer, as you can see from the above example, the power bank will last longer if it has more capacity and a lower use rate. So, it makes sense to go for a big power bank and use it slowly, that way, you should be able to keep for a couple of years if not more.
3) How long does it take to charge the power bank or the phone fully?
Now comes the easy part. The charging time depends on the capacity of the powered device (PD) and its input current which equals the output current of the power sourcing device (PSD)
Charging time = battery capacity / actual input current.
Take a 10,000mAh power bank to demonstrate. Its rated input is 5V/2A, so if you use a 5V/1A power adapter to charge it, its actual input current is 1A=1,000mAh. 10,000mAh /1,000mAh=10 hours. If you use a 5V/2A power adapter, it takes 5 hours to fully charge the power bank: 10,000mAh / 2A (2,000mAh) = 5 hours.
Same for charging the phone. If your phone battery has 4,000mAh capacity, and the maximum output current of the power bank is 2.5A (input current for the phone is 2.5A) then it takes about 1.6 hours to fully charge your phone with the power bank.
How Safe is the Power Bank?
You cannot be too more careful with electronic devices, including power banks. They should have protection mechanisms to prevent any danger caused by electricity.
There are several underlying protection mechanisms: over-current protection, under-voltage protection, short-circuit protection, over-temperature protection and overvoltage protection. This information can usually be found in the user manual.
What’s the Purpose of Power Banks?
By now, you are probably a power bank expert to some extent. But can you count on all those numbers to consider a purchase? Not really. Knowing everything about a power bank can help you decide the quality, but the quality is not the only standard to define a “good” product. It also has to do what you want.
Yes, high-capacity power banks have a longer lifespan and higher charging rate, however, a high capacity also means a bigger size. Do you want to carry a bulky phone power bank in your small bag? Some of you will be shaking your head. If you want to carry an emergency power supply for your phone when you are out shopping, then a small-sized power bank is best. However, if you are a selfie addict, an extra 30% energy from the power bank may not be enough for your day out. You see, everyone has different needs.
Therefore, the first step to select a power bank is to figure out what kind of power bank you want, then compare power banks of the same type with what you’ve learned above.
If you happen to be looking for a power bank for an emergency power supply, check out this recommendation –
PITAKA MagEZ Battery Pack, a MagSafe compatible wireless charging power bank.
The MagEZ Battery Pack is a perfectly formed, small-sized, wireless power bank with 4000mAh capacity that can provide an additional 60% energy for your iPhone 14, perfect for your everyday carry and emergency use. With magnets embedded within, it matches flawlessly with MagSafe phone cases. It can auto attach and align with your iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and iPhone 14 series, safely and securely.
importantly, the MagSafe battery pack is compatible with our MagEZ Slider, a multi-device charging station that can work as a phone stand and charges your phone and Airpods. With the Slider, you can slide the power bank in the dock when it’s not used, so you won’t misplace or forget to charge the power bank anymore.
You don’t have to be a tech guru to select what you want but, you should know the essential tech behind a power bank if you are going to buy one. Don’t be fooled by the salesman, do your research and you have a bigger chance to get a power bank that’s worth it. Nothing could go amiss.
Nokia to Launch New Power Banks With Upto 30,000 mAh Capacity
Nokia has recently listed the three latest power banks on its website. These are ideal for both travel and home usage. The capacities of the power banks range from 10,000mAh to 30,000 mAh. They come with 22.5W fast charging.
As far as the names are concerned, these power banks are named Nokia Power Bank P6201, P6202, and the P6203 on its website. The for these power banks have not been made public yet, but there will probably be an official announcement regarding that soon.
10,000 mAh Power Bank
Out of the three power banks that are yet to come, P6201 is the most compact one. In fact, it is the only one out of these that will come with an LED indicator to show the battery percentage. If you give the power bank a light shake, you will see the battery percentage via that LED indicator.
The total capacity of this power bank is 10,000mAh, and the charging speed is 10W. The power bank comes with two USB A outputs and two input ports. over, a USB C and a micro USB port are also included.
20,000 mAh Power Bank
The P6202 is a bit bulkier and has a more attractive finish. In addition to being bulkier, it has more capacity than the P6201 one. 20,000mAh is the capacity of this power bank. About the ports, it has three output ports, including two USB A ports and a single USB C port that serves as an input port as well. This power bank by Nokia enables you to charge three devices at the same time.
The power output for each of its ports is given below.
- Type-C input – 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
- Type-C output – 5V3A,9V/2.22A, 12V/1.67A
- USB-A Output – 4.5V/5A,5V/4.5A, 9V/2A,12/1.5A
The Biggest of these Power Banks
The P6203 is the biggest of them all. It has a capacity of 30,000mAh. The design is pretty ordinary rectangular and has a white finish. You can charge four devices at a time with this device, thanks to the three USB A and a single USB C port present on it.
All these power banks that will be launched soon are compatible with almost all the devices such as Android, iOS, and even wireless earbuds.
Three Nokia Power Banks with 22.5W Fast Charging Coming Soon
Nokia official online store has listed three new Nokia power banks as coming soon. Power banks come in a different capacity from 10000mAh and up to 30000mAh.
Nokia’s three Power Banks names are respectively P6201, P6202,and P6203. Check below Power Banks specifications and features:
Nokia Power Bank P6201- 10000mAh
It has a power of 10000mAh and a very lightweight, square shape (with curved corners). It is also the only one that comes with an LED battery indicator that shows the battery level in percentage. You just need to shake it to see how much battery level it remains or charging status.
Two USB-A output ports are available on the power bank, the one with a 5W maximum power output and the other with a 10.5W maximum output. There is also the Type-C port and the Micro-USB input port in Nokia Power Bank P6201.
Nokia Power Bank P6201 Specifications
Power bank solution: IP5189 Input voltage / current: Type-C / Micro USB: 5V/2A Output voltage / current: USB-A1, 5V/1A, USB-A2, 5V/2.1A Cell capacity: 10000mAh Rated capacity: 6000mAh Input voltage range: Type-C / Micro USB: 22.214.171.124V CC cut-off current: 250mA Conversion efficiency: 80 Maximum input current (cell): 2.8A Output current range: USB-A, 0-3A Output voltage range: USB-A, 4.75 – 5.25V Self current consumption: Average current 200uA Discharge conversion efficiency: Full load 85% Output ripple: USB-A, 5V, 200mV Short circuit protection: Yes Over-discharge protection voltage: 2.4V Overcharge protection voltage: 4.3V
Nokia Power Bank P6202- 20000mAh
The power bank is similar to P6201 in its square design but the Nokia Power Bank P6202 is thinner with a greater battery capacity of 20000mAh. The Power bank color combination is blue-black.
Two ports are for USB-A output and the third is a USB-C port that doubles as both an input and an output port. This means that you can charge up to three devices simultaneously.
Four tiny LED indicators show the remaining battery status on the power bank. Also, low-power devices like earbuds can be charged by the power bank.
Nokia Power Bank P6202 Specifications
Power bank solution: SW6206 Input voltage/ current: Type-C: 5V/3A, 9V/2A,12V/1.5A Output voltage/ current: Type-C: 5V3A,9V/2.22A,12V/1.67A USB-A: 4.5V/5A,5V/4.5A, 9V/2A,12/1.5A Cell capacity: 20000mAh Rated capacity: 12000mAh Input voltage range: Type-C: 3.6-12.6V CC cut-off current: 250mA Conversion efficiency: 80 Output current range:Type-C / USB-A: 0-5A Output voltage range: Type-C / USB-A: 126.96.36.199V Self current consumption: Average current 200uA Discharge conversion efficiency: Full load 85% Output ripple: Type-C/USB-A: 5V, 200mV 9V, 300mV 12V, 400mV Short circuit protection: Yes Over-discharge protection voltage: 2.4V Overcharge protection voltage: 4.2V Battery life display: 4 led lights indicating remaining power
Nokia Power Bank P6203- 30000mAh
This is the best one with a 30,000mAh capacity. It has a white color with a rectangular shape and is provided three USB-A ports and a USB-C port that allow four devices to be charged simultaneously. Two USB-A Input and output ports that support fast charge and the USB-C port doubles as both input and output.
Nokia Power Bank P6203 Specifications
Powerbank solution: SW6206 Input voltage / current: Type-C: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, Output voltage / current: Type-C: 5V/2.4A, 5V3A, 9V2.22A,12V1.5A USB-A: 5V/4.5A, 4.5V/5A, 9V/2A,12/1.5A Cell capacity: 30000mAh Rated capacity: 18000mAh Input voltage range: Type-C: 3.6V – 9.45V CC cut-off current: 250mA Conversion efficiency: 80 Maximum input current (cell): 5.6A Output current range: Type-C / USB-A: 0-5A Output voltage range: Type-C / USB-A: 188.8.131.52V Self current consumption: Average current 200uA Discharge conversion efficiency: Full load 85% Output ripple: Type-C / USB-A: 5V, 200mV 9V, 300mV 12V, 400mV Short circuit protection: Yes Over-discharge protection voltage: 2.4V Overcharge protection voltage: 4.2V
These all are compatible with iPhones, Samsung Galaxy devices, Google Pixels, HTC phones, and LG phones. It is also compatible with the true wireless earbuds. Power bank‘s and availability will be revealed after its official launch.