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The versatility and universality of USB cables in the present world is something natural for us. Almost every piece of equipment that we connect to our computers and TVs uses this connector. The Green Cell USB Cell phone cables not only have a very durable cord to prevent tangling, but also support instant data transfer and fast charging thanks to Quick Charge 3.0 and Power Delivery (USB-C).

Phone charger cables

Micro USB – the most popular type of plug-in used by phones and by a huge number of other mobile devices. The majority of smartphones by Huawei, Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, Asus has this type of input, making it the most used

cell phone cable

USB-C – slightli larger than micro USB plug, used by the latest smartphones from top manufacturers, as well as MacBooks and Ultrabooks. In this category, except for USB-C cables, you will find USB-C.1 cables that allow you to take full advantage of the Power Delivery standard - charging with power up to 100W. This type of communication allows data transfer up to 10Gbps.

USB Lightning – plug used only by Apple devices. It was introduced in 2012 and was used by iPhone 5 and iPods. Since then, every iPhone, as well as an iPad and other Apple equipment have had a Lightning plugin.

The offer of Battery Empire store includes all of the mentioned

USB Quick Charge cables

compatible with many devices.

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