5 Best Portable Power Bank Charger For Moto G7

The Moto G7 is the latest and greatest mid-ranger from Motorola; however, being a mid-range device, it does have a smaller battery in comparison to most flagships. The Moto G7 is actually only running a non-removable 3,000mAh battery, which is fairly good, but you’ll go through juice like crazy.

And if you’re on the go, it’s not always easy to juice the Moto G7 back up. That’s why, if you’re gone all day, you need to keep a portable power bank charger with you. There are a handful of excellent choices for the Moto G7, and we’re going to show you a handful below.


Anker PowerCore

First up, we’re looking at the Anker PowerCore. If you haven’t heard of Anker before, you’ve probably been living under a rock, as they’re a well-known name in a variety of power products. We really like the PowerCore because Anker hits all of the boxes as far as portability goes here. It’s so easy to travel with, even comfortably fitting in your pocket.

Even with its slim design, the PowerCore is able to keep your Moto G7 charged most of the week. There’s actually a whole 10,000mAh of capacity, which is able to juice your Moto G7 up one to three times from dead to full.


iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank

10,000mAh a little too small of a capacity for you? Considering that you can only get two to three charges out of that capacity, it’s really not a whole lot. That said, you might want larger options, like the iMuto Power Bank. One of the things that it really has going for it is that it has double the capacity of the Anker PowerCore, giving you a whopping 20,000mAh of juice. That’s around six full charges.

One of the cool things here is that iMuto actually has LCD panel equipped on the power bank. This is a handy display, actually showing you how much juice is left inside the portably battery in a percentile format.

With multiple USB ports, you can charge a couple devices simultaneously; however, that does make the charge happen at a slower rate.


RAVPower Power Bank Charger

RAVPower’sw Power Bank Charger is an excellent choice as well, and is probably most similar to the Anker PowerCore. The big difference between the two power banks is that the RAVPower comes with more battery life — you get a whole 16,750mAh of capacity in this bad boy, over the 10,000mAh that the PowerCore has.

Just like the iMuto, there are multiple USB ports, so you should be able to charge a couple devices up simultaneously; however, the charge happens at a slower rate in that way.

As you can imagine, RAVPower has equipped multiple safeguards inside, which keeps your phone and battery protected against potential electrical problems.


Aukey 20,000mAh Power Bank

Not to be confused with Anker, Aukey has a very nice portable battery, too. This one has a whole 20,000mAh capacity, which easily keeps your Moto G7 charged up all week. Even if you’re charging from dead to full, you should be able to get 6-7 charges out of the Aukey.

One of the unique things about the Aukey is the adaptive charging features. With AI-powered USB ports, the charger is able to automatically adjust the amperage to the most that your phone can handle, giving you a quicker charge.


Pisen 20,000mAh Portable Charger

Pisen’s 20,000mAh Portable Charger is an excellent choice as well, giving you a similar charging ability as the Aukey. Just like the last, you should be able to get 6-7 full charges out of it. You can make it last even longer if you’re only charging your phone up a little bit at a time. It has a lot of similarities to the other power banks on our list, but it does unfortunately charge at a much slower rate.

There is, however, an LCD panel that shows you how much is left in a percentile format, giving you a better idea of what you have to work with.


Here we’ve shown you five of the best power banks you can use for your Moto G7. These will enable you to keep your phone charged all day long, with some of the larger capacity choices able to keep you going for the week, or longer even.

Do you have a favorite power bank charger for the Moto G7? Let us know in the comments section below!