Lemfox43, 03 Oct 2021Another day, another USB-IF afraid to use 4.0 as the next gen of 3.0
What's wring with... more*wrong lol
While I'm at it, I want to point out WHY the USB 4 also comes in 20 Gbps variant? That's USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 spec darn it.
Another day, another USB-IF afraid to use 4.0 as the next gen of 3.0
What's wring with them honestly
How is USB standard related to a screen refresh rate?
Or you just wanted to trash Sony?
Android-Authority, 01 Oct 2021Mi 11 Ultra owner here, I almost never connect my phone to a cable. Everything is done wireles... moreIn what world is wireless faster than a wire? Oh yeah, when you have USB 2.0 attached to your phone :))))
This is very cool! I can now print these stickers and put them on my cables to make them 40gb / 240w certified, right?! Because, it isn't like certification is REQUIRED or anything, just print the label and you're done!
Even if it is required in theory, how does one check if the product is really, actually certified? They can't! So I can just print the label to make any product certified!
And then burn some circuitry with 240W chargers! Yay!
Android-Authority, 01 Oct 2021Copy them locally?? Lol if you can download at faster rate, wouldn't you transfer those f... moreare you seriously defending a USB 2.0 port on a 2021 flagship? in wich world is this acceptable?
JustSomeRandomGuy, 01 Oct 2021"everything is done wirelessly these days" that is true but that's no excuse fo... moreIt does go upto 120hz and drops to 60hz refusing to go back up because of lack of cooling.
Sony engineers sleeping as usual
This is pretty good. Now...
> All new laptops above $800 should come with USB 4 and 240w charging via USB C. An appropriate USB cable including charger should be added with the laptop
> All new phones above $500 should come with USB 3.2 Gen 2 with 20Gbps transfer and say 150w charging compatible cable. Of course, most chargers for phones are in the range of 65w to 120W, whereas a few manufacturers hit 150 and 200w.
Hopefully this config stays in the not too distant future.
Android-Authority, 01 Oct 2021Mi 11 Ultra owner here, I almost never connect my phone to a cable. Everything is done wireles... more"everything is done wirelessly these days" that is true but that's no excuse for poor USB speeds. yes, 30 to 35 mbps transfer speed is poor for a flagship at that price
I always connect my phone to a laptop via cable whenever I am transferring files. not only it's faster, it also does not require any Internet connection. I want my files to be stored LOCALLY so I always transfer gigs worth of files
and the Sony Xperia 1 III does go 120 Hz
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2021Just transfered a 1gb file in a minute. How much more speed you want? Most people aren't... moreI regularly transfer gigs worth of files from my phone to other devices like my laptop. we're talking about over 30 GB worth of files. USB 2.0 is NOT acceptable for a 2021 flagship and you're usage is not an excuse. with you're mindset, I guess 5G should not even exist because 4G is already fast right?
RealLifePhones, 01 Oct 2021The whole point of buying a flagship is SPEED and that is actually really slow as I can downlo... moreCopy them locally?? Lol if you can download at faster rate, wouldn't you transfer those files wirelessly instead of using a cable??
Shanti Dope, 01 Oct 2021"How much more speed you want?"
--Uhmmmm, the speed that a $1000 FLAGSHIP phone sho... moreMi 11 Ultra owner here, I almost never connect my phone to a cable. Everything is done wirelessly these days.
I get 30-35mbps transfer speeds with a cable which is sufficient for transferring some files.
It's not exactly as fast as my previous Galaxy note 9. But it's not bad either.
I don't connect my phone to a TV through a cable either.
I just screencast whatever I want wirelessly. Most TVs being smart TVs these days, they already stream through your favorite streaming apps, no need of connecting your phone/laptop to your TV like the old days.
Maybe you should give more criticism to phones like Sony Xperia 1 III, where the 4k display isn't even operating at 120hz and overheats with basic use, followed by dropping of refresh rate.This gives rise to overall poor experience in daily use rather than the niche scenario of ultra fast data transfers.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2021Soon we'll be able to recharge electric cars using a USB C cableHopefully it's a larger size USB C port for 500KW car charging.
USB is used by PC, Laptops and a lot of other devices. Like for instance, the new Microsoft Surface Pro got USB4 with Thunderbolt 4. Same with the new Apple laptops.
Meanwhile, 90% of Android OEMs are shipping USB-C cables with USB2.0 spec.