The Huawei Mate 10 Pro already has a pretty large battery inside, coming in with a 4,000mAh capacity inside. And as expected, it does last quite a while. With many people not even needing to recharge it during the day. But if you are out traveling, or maybe use your smartphone heavier than most other people, it may not last a full day. So that’s when battery packs come in handy. Allowing you to charge your Huawei Mate 10 Pro when you’re on the go without being tied to a wall outlet. So, we have rounded up the best portable battery packs available for the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, as of February 2018.
Included in the list below, you’ll find 10 different battery packs, some of which are smaller in capacity, and others are a bit larger. Like AUKEY’s 30,000mAh battery pack. Now this is likely overkill for most people. But if you have multiple devices with you (maybe a tablet and a smartphone) this is a great choice, since it does have multiple USB ports available, so you can charge multiple devices simultaneously. It does also support Quick Charge 3.0, and while Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro does not support Quick Charge 3.0 officially, it can still charge the Mate 10 Pro pretty quickly, since that standard is backwards compatible.
Another favorite on this list is the Anker PowerCore 20000 PD. And that’s because it has a USB-C port that can do power delivery or PD. This means it can do both input and output from the same port – so you can bring one cable with you and charge this battery pack, as well as your smartphone. It can also charge larger electronics like a Nintendo Switch or a laptop that has a USB-C port. Making this a bit more versatile when you’re traveling. These battery packs will come in handy when you’re traveling, whether you’re going on a short trip or going to the other side of the world. You’ll be happy that one of these are in your pocket, as they will keep your smartphone fully charged, and ready to go when you land, or get to your destination.
This battery pack from Anker is a somewhat smaller battery pack, one that could fit in your pocket. But it still has a pretty decent capacity of 10,000mAh. Now the Huawei Mate 10 Pro likely won’t need much charging, but this can charge it about two times before it needs more juice itself.
This is a 30,000mAh power bank from Poweradd, its the Pilot Pro3 and it’s another good choice. This has dual-USB ports, so you can charge the Huawei Mate 10 Pro and another device at the same time. There’s no Quick Charge functionality here, but it does support charging up to 2.4A per port.
EC Technology also has a pretty high-capacity power bank here, with 22,400mAh capacity. This is enough to charge the Huawei Mate 10 Pro about 5 times before it needs some more juice. It also has three USB ports, so you can charge other devices at the same time.
This battery pack here is part of AUKEY’s slimline design, which is a pretty thin battery pack, but still offers up plenty of capacity at 10,000mAh. So it’ll be able to charge the Huawei Mate 10 Pro twice on a single charge. It’s also small and lightweight enough where it can sit in your pocket.
Plenty of juice in this model from Anker. Coming in with 26,800mAh capacity, it can keep your Huawei Mate 10 Pro charged for quite a while. It does also have three USB ports, so you are able to charge up to three devices simultaneously. It does also come with Anker’s PowerIQ technology for some fast charging.
mophie has a good looking power bank here, this time with 20,000mAh capacity. This is enough to charge most phones about 8 times, but with the Huawei Mate 10 Pro having a larger battery (around 4,000mAh), it will only be able to charge it around 5 times. That’s still plenty of juice to keep that Mate 10 Pro charged up though.
This model from Anker has Quick Charge 3.0, and while Huawei doesn’t use Qualcomm’s Quick Charging standard, it does also support Anker’s PowerIQ, which will charge the Mate 10 Pro pretty quickly as well. Remember that these are also backwards-compatible so it’ll work with other smartphones and not damage their batteries either.
This is another “ultra slim” battery pack, this time from Tronsmart. This also has 10,000mAh capacity, which is enough to keep the Huawei Mate 10 Pro charged up for a few days. It does sport two USB ports, with one sporting Quick Charge 3.0 and the other sporting speeds of up to 2.4A. Not quite the same speed as Huawei’s own quick charging standard, but still pretty fast.
This battery pack from Anker is different from the others on this list. That is because it supports USB-C PD. This is a safer form of fast charging, but it can also charge up larger products like the Nintendo Switch or a laptop. Which is great when you are on the go, as you won’t need to hunt around for an outlet to charge your laptop.
Rounding out our list today is a beast from AUKEY. This is a large, 30,000mAh capacity battery pack. It sports two USB-A ports, a USB-C port and a micro USB port for charging it up. One of the USB-A ports does Quick Charge 3.0, while the other uses AUKEY’s own proprietary AiPower technology.