Mi 11 Ultra 67W Fast Charger to Launch in India Soon
As rumors have surfaced online, Xiaomi is going to launch the Mi 11 Ultra 67W fast charger in India soon. However, it will launch as a separate accessory to the brand, the company confirms. The device launched in the country last month. Although, at the time of the launch, it includes the 55W charger in the box. According to the company, it did not include one because of a certification issue for the 67W charger. On the other hand, globally 67W charger bundles with Mi 11 Ultra in the retail box.
As per reports, the 55W charger that the Mi 11 Ultra is currently bundled with, can charge a phone from zero to 99% in an hour. As compared to that, the 67W charger can do the same task in 36 minutes, the company promises. Xiaomi confirms the 67W wired charger will be a separate purchase. In addition, it will launch soon in India. The company also said it is evaluating bringing the 67W wireless charger to the country.
However, there are high chances it will launch the charger separately but not bundle with Mi 11 Ultra. It means that the smartphone in India would continue to have the 55W charger in its retail box. The exact availability and pricing details of the 67W fast charger are not revealed by Xiaomi. It also supports 67W wireless charging and can wirelessly charge other devices at up to 10W speed.
Furthermore, the smartphone launched with a price tag of ₹69,999 for the 12GB/128GB version. That’s the only variant available for the Mi 11 Ultra in India. On the color front, the phone is available in Cosmic Black and Cosmic White options. The availability of the device is yet reveal. But the smartphone has listed on Amazon and on the Xiaomi website already.
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