Qualcomm and Google seem to have differing views over the compatibility of the Quick Charge 3.0 method with the USB Type-C connection standard.
There's a been a lot of controversy in recent months concerning the lack of regulation over the USB Type-C connection standard, with numerous reports of dodgy cables and fried smartphones.
One of the biggest claims is that Quick Charge 3.0, the speedy charging system created by chip giant Qualcomm, should not mix with USB Type-C.
Also, Google's very own USB Type-C evangelist, Benson Leung, has spoken up on the matter in the past. "tl;dr : Type-C Spec forbids it" he said in no uncertain terms back in November.
"Qualcomm Quick Charge is designed to be connector-independent," it told Android Central. "It can be implemented in a device that supports a variety of connectors, including USB Type-A, USB micro, USB Type-C, and others."
"We have received no reports of user experience or device malfunction issues with or without USB Type-C connectors," it added.
Of course, such comments fail to address the matter of those USB Type-C specifications, and whether the likes of the HTC 10 and the LG G5 are working in line with those specifications.
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