The USB Type-C Interface, referred to as USB-C, is located at the bottom of the smartphone and is used for charging, data transmission and other purposes most of the time. In December 2013, the USB 3.0 promotion team has announced the rendering of the next-generation USB Type-C connector, and then it is ready for mass production in August 2014. The biggest feature of the Type-C double-sided pluggable interface is that it supports double-sided insertion of the USB interface, which formally solves the worldwide problem of "USB is never inserted correctly". At the same time, the USB data cable used with it must be thinner and lighter.
USB Type-C As of July 2015, some electronic devices have used USB-C ports, such as Apple's New MacBook, Nokia N1 tablet, and some LeTV phones.
Before USB-C enters the universal stage, users may have to wait 6 to 18 months. During this time, some USB interface adapters will become very popular mobile phone accessories, and they will make new mobile phones. It is well connected with the old computer for data transfer or charging.
If you want to use the USB Type-C interface to take advantage of the full performance of USB 3.1, it is necessary to modify the operating system. Although LeTV phones can already be charged through the USB-C interface, Google said that before the official arrival of Android M, Other devices still cannot use this interface for charging.
Google also said that after the USB-C Interface officially enters the Android phone, the system will ask the user which connection method to choose and whether it needs to charge other devices after the connection. So far, companies such as Microsoft and BlackBerry have not formally expressed their views.