Sony UCH10 Quick Charger for Xperia Z3 Plus – 10 minute charge to last 5.5 hours

by XB on 26th May 2015

in Accessories, Xperia Z4 and Z3+ series


Sony UCH10 Quick Charger_ThumbThe Sony Xperia Z3 Plus will support Qualcomm Quick Charge technology. To take advantage of this, Sony has announced the Quick Charger UCH10, a Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 certified charger. This means that even just a 10 minute charge will be good for 5.5 hours according to Sony. A longer 45 minute charge will get you through one whole day.

For some reason, Sony says the charger will only work with the single SIM variant of the Xperia Z3+ (E6553). Also, it’s unclear right now whether Sony will bundle the UCH10 with the handset or if you’ll have to purchase it separately. We’ll let you know once we hear more.

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  • Abdul Ghani

    thats what i need i charge my z2 2-3 hrs for full

  • MrTheenD

    Does it support Z2/Z3?

  • xperiaDROID

    Finally, they made their own quick charger. But still can’t beat Oppo’s VOOC quick charger, hope they can buy those chargers from Oppo in the Z4/Z5.

  • roshan68

    xperiablog====== —->SEE INFO< <<<< >

  • I hope they don’t disable the support fot QuickCharge 2.0 on the older handsets to find a usp for the “new” Z3+/Z4.

  • theskig

    It’s funny because I still use the old Sony Ericsson charger with 500 mAh for a looong night charge (usually 5 or 6 hours) :)

  • Faisal Armand

    Z2 and Z3 is listed to support quickcharge 2.0

    Thank you

  • damian01211

    Is Z2 ? Last time I checked Qualcomm site, Z2 wasn’t listed and some people told on XDA that they’ve tested the Z2 with QC2 chargers and they didn’t charge faster.

  • Faisal Armand

    I saw the listing at gsmarena, but that means they got it wrong.

    But SD 801 supports QC2.0

  • damian01211

    Yess, the SD 801 does support QC2 but it looks like Sony dissable it.
    Maybe they have plans to allow it in later updates but who knows.

  • Faisal Armand

    Damn it, Sony. They disable important features that could be useful.

    In lollipop, they disable manual controls and RAW. And in SD 801, they disable quickcharge

  • jxPerience

    Before anything else, Sony is the first manufacturer to introduce quick charge 3 years back. Remember Xperia P?

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  • damian01211

    Well, that QC2 could be useful in some cases but I can live without it as I have battery pack but for Camera API2, I wish they will add the full control in feature updates and it would be nice to have fully manual camera :D Z2 have a massive camera and that API2 could get full power of that sensor.

  • Amos Lim

    z2 should be able to support this is under qualcomm website

  • Aiden Pearce

    i read somewhere mentioned that Sony indeed disabled QC 2.0 in Z2 due to some obvious reasons..

  • John Kevin Villar

    They don’t disable manual control . Z2 supports quick charge.

  • RealityCheck2015

    I want ‘Wireless’ charging in future Xperia phones to :(

  • Apurba2790

    Does it supports Z3???

  • Ritch

    It’s even supported on SD 800
    https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon/processors/800
    check battery life, xperia Z1 in my case!

  • Faisal Armand

    They don’t disable manual control? Then where’s the manual focus and manual shutter speed? :'(

  • Faisal Armand

    Me too.. Shooters like me would benefit greatly with manual controls

  • Ritch

    Amazon sells a good quick charger 2.0 “AUKEY” for around 15 euro

  • igor

    does it support z4 tablet?

  • Faisal Armand

    Smartwatch too.

    This is kind of sad, sony needs to improve their marketing

  • spatch72

    The Sony website says the quick charger is compatible with the Z3+ and Z3 Compact. I suppose that means it’ll work with the Z3..?

  • Luis Ramirez

    The z3 has it disable and the compact supposedly has it enabled

  • RockStar2005

    Hilarious!

  • RockStar2005

    The Z2 not sure. The Z3 did but ONLY the Japanese variant. The other variants DID NOT have Quick Charge 2.0 capability unfortunately. At least they will from now on though.

  • RockStar2005

    Yeah I just bought one.

  • RockStar2005

    The Z3 does but ONLY the Japanese variant. The other variants DID NOT have Quick Charge 2.0 capability unfortunately. At least they will from now on though.

  • Alvin Zahran Majid

    yes they are, they also kind of invented smartwatch, they also invent head tracking that copied by galaxshit devices, they invented robotic speakers, they invent many many things but no one noticed.. that’s also because marketing, f***ed up thing did by other manufacturers especially samsh*t and others, and careless people in this world who just want everything come from samsung, apple, or other sh*t manufacturers. (yes, i’m mad right now)

  • jonyah

    According to Qualcomm, the Z3 is already compatible. I only have quick charge chargers and my Z3’s seem to charge really fast.

  • Tangent Lin

    Feels Z3 is outdated because of this charger may not support Z3

  • RoberMC

    So… 5.5 hours in 10 mins. 24 hours in 45 mins. 48 hours (full charge according to Sony’s numbers) in 1.30 hours. It usually takes 2.5 hours to “standard” charge an smartphone.

    Ok it is Quick, but not ligtning fast quick.

  • Sebastian Basner

    Afaik Z3 supports it since the last update in every region. Bought a htc quick charger and it works fine with a German z3. Takes about half an hour to charge it to around 60 percent and another one to a full charge

  • Quark Gluon

    Oppo’s quick charging is not just about the charger, but also the battery itself.

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  • RockStar2005

    Sebastian…. you sure about that?? When was that update released??

    Please confirm. I am in the U.S. and my Z3 was bought from T-Mobile. Please let me know if you know any U.S. people with the Z3 who can further confirm 2.0 compatibility. Thanks!

  • Sebastian Basner

    Bought it after reading about it on xda. According to that it’s active in all regions since the lollipop update. Before that it was Japan only. http://forum.xda-developers.com/z3-compact/help/quick-charge-2-0-t3063188

  • Mac

    ofc they’re not going to include this in the box.. did we get a docking station for our z1, z2, z3? naah.. I got 2 quickchargers tho but I don’t even know if they acts faster than the old ones now after all fw updates. My swr10 is not working as good as before lollipop and my z1c haven’t had a accepteble aptX funktion since jb..

  • RockStar2005

    Ok Sebastian………sounds like you’re sure to me. Thanks so much! I’m gonna buy a 2.0 car charger and maybe home one too as I get Lollipop this or next week the latest!

    Again, thanks. Sony could’ve made this a little more CLEAR to people, or at least had mentioned it to these people writing articles about what the Lollipop update will do for the Z3.

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  • Andre Lemard

    I didn’t even know that! All this time. It’s possible that Sony disabled it though.

  • Erwin Schrodinger

    I brought a 3rd party QC 2.0 charger for my Z3 Compact but it’s not very useful.
    When connected to a 5V/2A charger my phone charges in 5V/1.8A, approx. in 9W.
    But when connected to a QC 2.0 charger, it charges in 9V/1A, also approx. in 9W.
    So if you own a 5V/2A charger, this does nothing for you.

  • Sadman Khan

    I’ve heard that they reintroduced QC2.0 in the lollipop update. Z3c users confirmed that it works now

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  • Jinux

    Does it support z3c tablet compact ?

  • murad ozbas

    Working on z2

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  • magnetic charging almost does the same thing :P
    Get yourself a magnetic cable from china bruh ;-)

  • SkyS1gn

    Its working well? Its not a hoax? I want one for my Z3! :)

  • RockStar2005

    Sky I won’t know for sure if it works on my Z3 until T-Mobile finishes testing Lollipop so they can deploy it, which should be happening either this or next week the latest. Once I get Lollipop, Quick Charge 2.0 compatibility will come with it, THEN I can test it out for myself. I’ll put a note for myself to test it out.

    https://support.t-mobile.com/community/phones-tablets-devices/software-updates#tmoSUPDocTitle

    Once Z3 shows a status of “Completed” (Stage 3 of 3) on that link’s list above, keep checking your e-mail daily as I will reply back. But everyone I’ve talked to or read about said this is for real.

    If you buy it, use THIS link:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00QEX83LA?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00

    and THIS code on the checkout screen which will bring the price down to only $10.99 (it may or may not work by the time you buy it, so maybe just buy it now and return later??): LUMB8LHS

  • RockStar2005

    Sebastian,

    I just realized the thread you linked here from xda is for the Z3 Compact, not the Z3. Do you have any other sources to confirm the Z3 gets it for sure post-Lollipop??

    Please let me know.

    Thanks.

  • GMAN 10111

    Can anyone tell me where I can get a uch10 charger from in South Africa?

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  • David Seymour

    If this is just a two amp charger, there are thousands of alternatives out there. As long as the voltave is per USB, the available amperage is irrelevant. The device will draw the max current it can handle according to it’s internal circuitry design resistance. I have been using 2.0 amp charges for as long as they have been available.

  • Soumik Sarker

    why only single sim variant why not dual, what is the difference?

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