Following the EU, India is taking the first steps of the proposal to adopt USB-C as a standard charger on all mobile devices, including phones, tablets and laptops.

In a press release from the government of India, the Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Rohit Kumar Singh said, various government and private agencies held the meeting to bring the on using USB-C as a universal charging port with high consensus among stakeholders. Besides, also consider using another charging port for some popular phone models today.

India's consideration of using universal chargers on consumer devices was previously reported in August 2019. However, it seems the government has moved ahead with its proposal after saying it would consult and introduced a similar set of laws.

If it continues to implement the above proposed plan, India will be the country outside the European Union to apply a law forcing the use of USB-C as a common charging standard by 2024.


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