It was announced today by Google that USB Type-C is coming to Android phones soon. Technically, USB Type-C is a new technology in which it can transfer files faster, at a higher wattage, and, the port is reversible! Already, the brand new Chromebook Pixel and the new MacBook are both featuring this new technology, but implementing it in a mobile device is a great idea. Since it can pass over a much higher wattage compared to regular Micro USB, it can charge your phone faster. Think of it as Turbo Charge on some Motorola phones. It's a great idea for phones, but for laptops, maybe not yet. Most devices use regular USB, so the choice of Apple switching to Type-C and nothing else would be a pain since you would need to bring adapters to make a certain product work, like a flash drive. Maybe bringing on some regular USB ports in the MacBook would be a good idea. But having USB Type-C is a great idea on phones, since most people don't plug a flash drive into their phones, they just use their Micro USB plug for charging, and transferring data, where I would recommend SHAREit by Lenovo. Click the blue to learn more. Google said that they are making it an industrial standard for mobile devices, changing it from the regular Micro USB. Google didn't release which phones would receive this, but I'm guessing the next Nexus product. USB Type-C delivers more power than what devices need, so this could be something useful in the future. But think about it. You can charge your phone much faster, transfer files faster, support a 4K display, and it's reversible! It's like Apple's Thunderbolt charger but better! Well, that's for today, thanks for reading this blog post. Be sure to sure to subscribe to my mailing list, to receive an email once a new blog post is up on our site!