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Xiaomi launches 35W/67W UFCS 1.0 charger, supports Huawei, Oppo, Vivo phones



Xiaomi UFCS 1.0 charger Huawei

Earlier, Huawei and some top manufacturers associated to introduce unified fast-charging protocols. Now, Xiaomi has launched a new UFCS 1.0 fast charger that supports Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo models.

According to the details, Xiaomi has developed a gallium nitride adapter that works on the UFCS (Universal Fast Charging Specification) protocols. Besides, this charger efficiently supports Type-A and Type-C USB interfaces.

There are two main UFSC 1.0 versions: 35W priced at 99 yuan [13.65 USD], and a 67W available at 149 yuan [20.54 USD].

How does this new charger work?

While using the new charger with USB-A or USB-C in a single port system, it can output 67W. On the flip side, when you will connect it with a double port system, it will offer 65W (20 + 45 format). Ultimately, this mechanism will allow automatic power distribution, by identifying the devices intelligently.

Xiaomi UFCS 1.0 charger Huawei

The same process goes for the 35W adapter. It gives a power of 35W on a single port. Whereas, it offers 32W (12 + 20 format) with a dual-port system. Since the new charger of Xiaomi is based on the UFCS 1.0, it will support Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo’s eligible models.

Eventually, those phones that will support UFCS rules and structural formats are eligible to adopt the new chargers and their functionalities.

Xiaomi UFCS 1.0 charger Huawei

UFCS – Fast Charging Protocols

Last month, Huawei and the mentioned tech makers sat around the table to discuss advanced UFCS fast-charging protocols. Consequently, this charging technology is a unified solution for various smartphone manufacturers.

Thereafter, the China Communications Standard Association held a mobile-integrated fast-charging conference in Beijing. Here, the organization awarded Huawei and other manufacturers with fast-charging compatible certificates.

This high-end solution will not only help the common users but will also expand the fast-charging ecosystem in China. As of now, the companies have started inventing new charging techs to achieve their goal. Let’s see what Huawei will bring to the surface, related to this concept.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.