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Android 7.0 guideline strongly recommends using USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) method developed by the USB Forum:[1]

Type-C devices are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to not support proprietary charging methods that modify Vbus voltage beyond default levels, or alter sink/source roles as such may result in interoperability issues with the chargers or devices that support the standard USB Power Delivery methods. While this is called out as "STRONGLY RECOMMENDED", in future Android versions we might REQUIRE all type-C devices to support full interoperability with standard type-C chargers.

microUSB power standards for Mobile charger
Developer Charging Brand Charging rate Charging power
USB Forum microUSB PD 5V@1A 5W
5V@2A 10W
Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 5V@2A 10W
9V@2A 18W
12V@1.6A 20W
Motorola/Lenovo TurboPower 5V@1.67A 8W
9V@1.67A 15W
12V@1.2A 14.6W
MediaTek Pump Express 5V@1.67A 8.3W
7V@1.67A 11.6W
9V@1.67A 15W
USB-C power standards for Mobile charger
Developer Charging Brand Charging rate Charging power
USB Forum USB-C PD 5V@0.1A to 5V@3A,
9V@1.7A to 9V@3A
15V@1.8A to 15V@3A
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 3.6V@2.5A to 20V@2.5A
3.6V@4.6A to 20V@4.6A
OnePlus Dash Charge
MediaTek Pump Express 2.0

ReferencesEdit

  1. Android 7 USB implementation guidelines

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