India makes USB Type-C charging must for device makers from March 2025

Deadline follows EU's timeline for uniform charging ports' standards, says civil servant

USB Type C port on the bottom of a LeTV X600 smartphone

BIS has notified standards for Type-C chargers and the government will come up with two common types of charging ports for mobiles and wearable electronic devices. | Representative Image

New Delhi
Mobile device companies in India will have to give USB Type-C as the standard charging port in their products by March 2025, said a civil servant on Tuesday.

State-run Bureau of

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