Xiaomi will be releasing its 67W charger on July 12th. Prior to launch, the company shared the design of this upcoming charger with its Twitter handle to increase user excitement. In this teaser, a bit of the design of the charger is visible. The company has also prepared the event page of this charger. In addition to the launch countdown, some specifications of the charger are also given on this page.
Multiple devices can be charged
The specialty of Xiaomi’s 67-watt charger is that you can charge multiple devices fast. This white charger has a single USB Type-A port and comes with a USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable. The charger is listed on the event page with the tagline ‘A charger to fuel them all’. In such a situation, it is believed that users will be able to charge their laptops and other USB Type-C devices other than their smartphones.
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Charger features Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
The company calls it the most powerful charger and it comes with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. To avoid defective voltage fluctuations in the charger, it is provided with an inbuilt surge with BIS certification. The Charger comes with a USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable that is available in the retail box. Nothing can be said about the cost of this charger. Upon launch, the company can sell this charger from its official online and offline stores.
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The Mi 11 Ultra 67W has fast charging
The company’s flagship smartphone, the Mi 11 Ultra, was launched in April this year with 67W fast charging support. In the global variant, the company is offering a 67-watt charger with the phone, but in the Indian version, the phone is being shipped with a 55-watt charger. A month after the phone’s launch, the company announced it would be releasing the 67 watt charger as an accessory. The charger, expected to be released on July 12, is believed to be the same charger proposed in May.