Galaxy Note III features USB 3.0 for charging and syncing

Galaxy Note III features USB 3.0 for charging and syncing

Computers have been using USB 3.0 for the last couple of years, but it looks like phones are starting to make the switch off of 2.0. The Galaxy Note III has a massive port to support the USB 3.0 cable. The odd shape of the USB 3.0 micro USB cable allows for backwards compatibility with current micro USB cables.

So what benefits can you expect from this upgrade? USB 3.0 features higher transfer rates, so if the storage on the Note III doesn’t bottleneck, then expect much faster transfer speeds. A surprising feature is the Galaxy Note III can charge faster from a computer using this cable. Charging phones from a computer is usually not a good option since the recharge rate is so low, but it can be a real option if this increases the rate enough.

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