Besides making nice audio accessories for the Nokia brand, RichGo is also making powerbanks and chargers. Besides new Nokia earbuds P3600, RichGo posted up three new Nokia powerbanks (NokiaP6201, P6202 and P6203) and one charger (Nokia P6302) on its page.
Powerbanks are coming in a range of battery packs varying from 10000 mAh to 30000 mAh. The most affordable one in the company is Nokia P6201 is a 37Whe powerbank coming with a 10000 mAh battery. It has a 10W micro USB power plug for charging it and 5W/10W USB-A charging port.
The second charger Nokia P6202 is stuffed with a 20000 mAh battery with an energy output of 74Wh. This could be even enough to charge a laptop. There is a USB-C charging input of maximally 18W (5V3A, 9V2A, 12V1.5A), and there are two outputs in a form of USB-C (5V3A, 9V2.22A, 12V1.67A) and USB-A1/2 (4.5V5A, 5V4.5A, 9V2A, 12V1.5A).
The most powerful Nokia P6203 is coming with a 30000 mAh battery that will be strong enough to power a Prius or Tesla car for 10 km. The battery power is 111Wh, and there is the 18W USB-C charging port, and three charging outputs with one USB-C port (5V3A, 9V2.22A, 12V1.67A) and two USB-A ports (USB-A1/3 output: 4.5V5A, 5V4.5A, 9V2A, 12V1.5A; USB-A2 output: 5V2.4A).
RichGo also revealed a new Nokia charger Nokia P6302 which will be able to charge Nokia phones with 15W and 18W power.
The design of the powerbanks might not be award winning, and I do like those that Nokia Mobile introduced with Nokia 9 PV more, but they do have impressive specs. It would be nice if Nokia could make them available globally. So far we can expect to see these products available only in China. The prices are still not known, but hopefully, they won’t be too expensive.
While I don’t think Nokia fans and users would mind having one and maybe have one stored somewhere, the question is how much are people using these gadgets.