MHL Consortium announces MHL 3.0, 4K streaming and 10W charging

MHL 3.0 announced, is capable of streaming 4K content as well as 10W charging.

| Feb 24, 2014 at 8:22 am CST

MWC 2014 - The MHL Consortium took the time during Mobile World Congress 2014 to announce it has updated the MHL connectivity specifications. MHL 2.0 has moved to MHL 3.0, which is now capable of streaming 4K content.

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MHL 3.0 is also capable of charging devices that run on 5V right up to 2000mA, which means we now have the capability of 10W charging. 10W charging will see tablets and smartphones charging faster than ever, which should put smiles on digital dials. We should see MHL 3.0 being baked into devices as we shift deeper into 2014.

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