Mobile Charging Cable

Your handset or tablet is a magnet for dust. It will collect dust particles from the device you are using. Since dust contains some dangerous particles such as small particles of glass, ceramics, or metals, you should take special care of your phone to avoid any harm to the electronic components or accessories. The device itself will be less affected than the cables and charging connectors. If you are using cheap, low quality or low quality cables for charging your device, you can risk causing damage to the device and/or to the phone itself. In addition, you should take care of your USB cable. It should be well made, compatible and secure. Poor quality cables can shorten the life of your device, and can become loose if kept in a pocket. In case of loss or theft, your cable is vulnerable to damage and can permanently damage your phone.

When it comes to the standard cable that comes with most devices, one of the first things you should check is the quality of the USB connector itself. It should be reversible and, if possible, rechargeable.

To choose the right USB data and charging cable for your smartphone and tablet, you should consider three main features:

Type: the type of the connector is the most important.

Voltage: the voltage of the cable should be compatible with the phone's voltage.

The type of the connector itself is one of the factors that influences the voltage and the duration of the charging process.

Check the USB port or connector
The first thing to check is the USB port or connector. It should be familiar to you, easy to use, have a large port area and be designed for standard 3.3V connections. On the bottom of the port, you should see an indicator light that shows the connection type. The LED is usually white.