Not only can this cable charge your device at a blistering speed, but it can also charge your Macbook and Google Pixel Mate via Type C.
The USB-C connectors connect to both hosts and devices, replacing various USB-B and USB-A connectors and cables with a standard meant to be future-proof. The 24-pin double-sided connector is slightly larger than the micro-B connector, with a USB-C port measuring 8.4 millimetres (0.33 in) by 2.6 millimetres (0.10 in).
The female connector (receptacle) features four power and four ground pins, two differential pairs for high-speed USB data (though they are connected together on devices), four shielded differential pairs for Enhanced SuperSpeed data (two transmit and two receive pairs), two Sideband Use (SBU) pins, and two Configuration Channel (CC) pins. The male connector (plug) has only one high-speed differential pair, and one of the CC pins is replaced by VCONN to power electronics in the cable, and the other is used to actually carry the Configuration Channel signals. These signals are used to determine the orientation of the cable, as well as to carry USB PD communications.
Connecting an older device to a host with a USB-C receptacle requires a cable or adapter with a USB-A or USB-B plug or receptacle on one end and a USB-C plug on the other end. Legacy adapters with a USB-C receptacle are “not defined or allowed” by the specification because they can create “many invalid and potentially unsafe” cable combinations.
Samsung Galaxy : Note 8, S8, Note FE, S8+, C5Pro, C7Pro, A7, A5, A3
LG : V30, Q8, X Venture, G6, G5 SE, G5, V20, Nexus 5X
Microsoft Moto : Z2 Force, Moto Z2 Play, Moto M, Moto Z, Moto Z Force
Huawei : Mate 10Pro, 10, P10, Honor 9, P9, P9 Plus, Mate 9
Xiaomi : Mi 5X, Mi Max 2, Mi 6, Mi 5c
OnePlus : One Plus 3, One Plus 2
Microsoft Lumia : 950XL, 950 XL Dual Sim, 950 Dual Sim, 950
Apple : Macbook Type C
Huawei : Matebook
Xiaomi : Mipad
HP : Elitebook Folio G1