Power All Cellphone/Smartphones Using One XP1-Power Rechargeable Battery Sync/Charger Cable

Most GSM Phones Will Use Standardized Micro-USB Chargers by 2012

Many mobile phones currently in the marketplace use the mini-USB 5 wire connector. This connector and the micro-USB connector have the capability to recharge mobile phones while transferring data at the same time when using a USB port on a computer.

The newer phones released in the cellphone/smartphone market are using the flatter micro-USB connector. The micro-USB connector is a ultra-slim design. The mini-USB and the micro-USB both will slow charge at a rate of 500mA through a powered USB computer port or network hub. This charging rate is faster through the use of an AC adapter. The new UCS standard has a target date of January, 2012. The micro-USB charger will be compatible with future mobile phones USB 3.0 micro-USB receptacle.

Listed are companies who have joined this standard initiative: They include AT&T, KTF, LG, mobilkom austria, Motorola, Nokia, Orange, Qualcomm, Italia, Telefonica, Telenor, Telstra, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and Telecom.

The GSM Association (GSMA) has launched a major initiative to standardize power chargers on GSM phones. The GSM has a UCS (Universal Charging Solution) standard they promote. The GSMA feel mobile phones should have a standard common format for mobile phone charger connections. This standard also has a energy reduction consumption for charging.

This standard reduces the disposal of old phone chargers. If the mobile phone industry does have a standard for phone chargers means when you purchase a new phone it will no longer come with a new charge.

The GSMA is comprised of more than 750 mobile network operators and over 200 other companies.


Comparison Below Between Standard, Mini-USB and Micro-USB