Along with the M6 smartphone, Meizu recently introduced a 10,000 mAh power bank called M20. What makes the M20 special is its ability of Two-way fast charging, similar to their older power bank introduced back in 2015.
Two-way fast charging lets you fast charge your phone or other devices and the power bank itself. Thanks to the 18W input it can be charged fully in 3.5 hours provided you have a fast charger. It also supports the Mediatek’s fast charging standard.
The M20 features an output capacity of 24W which is higher than the 18W capacity of its predecessor. Its high-density lithium-polymer battery promises up to 93% charging conversion rate.
11 Stages of Protection
Meizu also added 11 stages of protection to ensure your smartphone or other devices aren’t compromised while using the power bank. It includes protection against overcharging, over-voltage, over-current, short-circuit and high temperature.
Missing USB Type-C
The button on top shows the remaining battery by the LED lights and next to the button is a standard USB port and a micro USB port.
Unfortunately it doesn’t have a USB type-C port which means most of the newer phones can’t be used with this power bank.
- 10,000mAh 38.5Wh lithium-polymer battery.
- Output: 5-6V/3A 6-9V/2.6A 9-12V2A
- Input: 5-9V/2A 9-12V/1.5A
- Rated energy: 5-6V/29Wh 6-9V/27Wh 9-12V/24.6Wh
- Dimensions: 148.5 x 75.7 x 17.5mm
- Colors available: Gray, Green, Red and Blue
It will be on sale in China from 24th September for 169 yuan (Rs. 2,700) and or 149 yuan (Rs. 2,400) if purchased with an M6.