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    Universal Micro USB Mobile Charger Will Used IN EU From 2011

    Incompatibility of chargers for mobile phones is a major inconvenience for users universal mobile chargerand leads to unnecessary waste of resources. This task goes even worse when you have many different phones from different manufacturers. You must carry all the necessary chargers along with the phone wherever you go. But the scenario will change soon. The European Union first announced the plan of using same charger port on every handset in last year June. According to the plan every mobile phone manufacturers must use same charger port from coming 2011. And this common charger port is micro usb which are already used in many handsets.

    All the major phone manufacturers like Nokia, Apple, Samsung, LG, RIM, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Huawei, Alcatel, NEC, Emblaze, and chip makers Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and Atmel quickly signed the memorandum. A few others signed later on. So you don’t need to worry about your next phone.

    Convenience is one thing to look forward to. No more carrying several chargers for each device - just one will do. You can even use a microUSB cable and a computer to charge your mobile phone. The switch to the microUSB standard has environmental benefits as well, as each year 4,000 tons of old, incompatible accessories get thrown out after the user upgrades.

    The first phones complying with the new standard are expected to come out early next year in Europe anyway. But everyone hoping that the phone makers will use the standard globally rather than create Europe-specific versions with microUSB.
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