The fast charger for the Mi 11 Ultra 67W is expected to be introduced in India as a separate device soon, Xiaomi confirmed. The leading smartphone first appeared in the country late last month. But instead of tying the fast 67W charger found in the Mi 11 Ultra retail box worldwide, Xiaomi has announced that it will be assembling a 55W adapter in India due to certification issues.
The integrated charger charges the phone from zero to 99 percent per hour. This is much slower than the 36-minute charging time allegedly brought by the 67W charger.
Xiaomi has confirmed in Gadgets 360 that a 67W cable charger will be a separate purchase, and that it is coming to India soon. The company also said it was looking to bring a 67W wireless charger to the country. MySmartPrice reported for the first time the launch of a 67W charger in the country.
Instead of integrating the new charger with Mi 11 Ultra, the company plans to sell it separately. This is not the same as the international unit of Mi 11 Ultra which comes with a mass of 67W charger. It means the smartphone in India will continue to have a 55W charger in its retail box.
Exact availability and details of the fast charging price of 67W are yet to be revealed by Xiaomi. The Mi 11 Ultra also supports 67W wireless charging and can charge wirelessly with other devices at 10W speeds.
Xiaomi introduced the Mi 11 Ultra to the Indian market last month. The phone comes with a price tag of Rs. 69,999 with 12GB one RAM + 256GB different storage. It comes with Cosmic Black and Cosmic White color options.
The discovery of the Mi 11 Ultra in India is yet to be announced. However, the phone was originally listed on Amazon – next to the company’s website Mi.com.