Even the most sophisticated technology is rendered useless without power. In a roundup of our favorite USB-C charging banks, Omni's 20+ portable power bank made the top 5. Now Omnicharge is back with the Omni Off-Grid. It's being billed as the world's first power station with integrated off-grid connectivity — and it costs over $2,099, though interested buyers can save some money by backing the crowdfunding campaign.
Whether you're puttering around town, traveling for a work conference, or hanging out at a public event, the last thing you ever want to see is your phone battery dipping below that 20% mark. For these cases when you don't have a wall charger handy, you need a reliable portable battery that packs enough power to recharge your mobile devices not just once, but multiple times, if necessary. To help you find the best of the best, we've put together a list of our five favorite USB-C Power Delivery charging banks that can top off all your gadgets on the go.
Since it was unveiled in February 2013, Oppo’s Find 5 has been running versions of their ColorOS based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The release of KitKat in October of 2013 has had Find 5 owners waiting anxiously for a 4.4-based version of ColorOS on their devices. The presence of ColorOS 2.0, based on KitKat, running on newer Oppo devices like the N3 and R5 has only increased their anticipation. Still, when users saw Oppo announce a ColorOS 2.0 build based on Android 4.4 for the Find 5, they were quickly disappointed by a bug-filled experience.
After complaints began rolling in, an Oppo representative elaborated that “external developers” created the new version.