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Mini-USB Phone Charger - Although fewer and fewer devices now use a mini-USB connection, they do exist. Some PC peripherals also use it.
Micro-USB - the micro-USB connector is now by far the most commonly used connector for smartphones and tablets.
USB-C Phone Charger - USB-C or Type C is the future of USB charging for smartphones.
Apple Charger - an iPhone 4 or iPad 3, or earlier, will still have the original 30-pin connector phone charger that Apple started with. From iPhone 5 and iPad 4, they switched to the Lightning connector.
USB 1,2 and 3 - USB 1 was the original USB standard phone charger, and USB 3.1 was the last before USB-C was confirmed. USB 3 devices do have a different connector that goes into the device itself.
Types of iPhone Chargers:
- Lightning to USB-C. The Lightning to USB-C was introduced in 2017, specifically, to adapt to fast charging. This also was the same time that Apple stopped giving away free charging blocks and headphones. To explain, their reasoning was to help reduce waste by the company.
- Lightning to USB. This charger is what replaced the 30pin long battery most iPhone users were accustomed to. It was released in September of 2012 to some push back but eventually, everyone came around to like the reversible charger.
- 30 pin to USB. This is the original iPhone charger that also charged other Apple devices like the iPod touch.
Types of Samsung Chargers
- Micro USB. This is the most common charger found in Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The end that attaches to the device is the smaller side, and then the other larger side is what most people know as USB A.
- USB Type C. This is what Samsung has transitioned to for their newer models. For one thing, the important difference is Type C chargers have the same type of plug on either side of the cord.
Types of Google chargers
- Mini USB. One of the smaller USB ports with 5 pins. Typically seen in digital cameras. In terms of phones, this is not the first choice anymore.
- Micro USB. This is an even smaller USB port with also 5 pins in a more compact space. These are what phased out the mini USB.
- Type C. This is becoming the new standard for all mobile devices. The type C cable is reversible and allows for rapid charging.
Types of Huawei chargers
- Micro USB. This type of charger was phased out for most mobile phones starting around 2015. This type of charger is used for charging a phone’s battery and also data transfers.
- Type C. The new player in the smartphone market. Offering faster charging, this has become the preferred charger type for phone manufacturers.
Types of LG Chargers
- Micro USB 2.0. This is the small plug that is commonly recognized as a phone or camera charger. They have five pins that allow for data transfer and charging of our devices. Most of the LG phone down below are using Micro USB.
- Type C. To point out, LG is beginning to use the USB-C charger in some of their newer models. The fast charging capabilities of USB-C is taking the mobile phone market by storm. Additionally, the reversible plus makes using this type of charger a breeze.