Ladies and Gentlemen! We hope you have rest-ed well on the national long weekend. -fighting!!- I am sure Xiaomi’s power bank is very popular and its selling at super affordable price but be careful of imitation. You won’t wanna risk your life and money right? Also, imitation or bad quality power bank will damage the phone battery itself. Today, I am going to share how to spot fake Xiaomi power bank. Guess which is the authentic Xiaomi? According to the image, there isn’t any differences in these 2 Xiaomi right? Wrong! There are many many difference in this 2 Xiaomis. Congrats to those who guess it right! If you are confused, don’t worry, follow me. Red Xiaomi (left) is imitation and Sliver Xiaomi (right) is authentic.
1. Packaging Authentic Xiao Mi power bank comes in a minimalist paper box packaging which we totally adore and also an authentication stickers(you may refer the image below) as for the imitation xiaomi it comes with only a clear plastic case. 2. The Fonts As you can see from the image below, the fonts were in a different shade of grey. Authentic Xiaomi has a lighter grey that is more pleasant for the eyes, the informations are different too. The font at the back are different too, authentic xiaomi spell them as mi.com (official website). ? 3. The light + the power button If you have a sharp eyes you are able to see the difference in the power button. Imitation xiaomi have a more sunken power button whereas xiaomi power button are not. It’s also softer to press on for the authentic xiaomi. The power on lights from the authentic xiaomi doesn’t shine through from behind, it doesn’t glow like the imitation xiaomi’s(attached below). If you have accidentally bought the imitation xiaomi please discard them now as it may gives off an “electrical” smell *poison* it could be a hazard for your health. Instead, buy from the authentic seller, click HERE. In Taobao(T-mall) there is only 1 xiaomi flagship store which I have linked. Share this post with your friends to let them know about it too because we care.
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