Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » News » Huawei has a USB-C power bank on-sale at The Good Guys

Huawei has a nice new product on the market, with a USB-C power bank on-sale now at The Good Guys.

The power bank (Model #: AP08Q) which appears to be both Honor and Huawei branded if you search for it around the internet, offers 10,000mAh of re-charge with support. You can charge using Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 with support up to 9V/2A for 18W of charging power through either the USB-C or microUSB port. The power bank has a USB-A port output for attaching devices.

The power bank has a battery check button and four LEDs on the side to indicate the current power capacity. The power bank also has a hole for you to attach a lanyard to if that’s your style, and it’s covered in a rubberised, textured 3D surface.

At $59 it’s not the cheapest power bank you’ll find, but it’s a brand name and offers you the support of a quick return to a store if something does go wrong.

Source: The Good Guys.

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It says USB-C and Micro-USB input… do we need to know the output instead, or are they the same thing?

The way I read that is that you can use either USB-C or Micro-USB to charge the battery pack…


Bought one back in March this year from the GG’s.

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After my experience with the Nexus 6p, the Huawei Batteries which it contains, and the Huawei warranty experience, I wouldn’t touch this with a 10ft pole let alone spend money on it. As a result their name brand means nothing but dodgy products and worse warranty service.


Agreed. I had trouble with my Nexus 6P and Huawei were terrible to deal with.

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Also agreed.

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