MH…what? Here’s an explanation on MHL and how it works with your TV
A band of electronics companies including Sony and Nokia developed MHL — short of Mobile High-Definition Link — in 2010 as a way to connect a growing list of smartphones, tablets, and other various devices to thousands of compatible HDTVs. The standard takes smartphone and tablet content to another level, allowing you to showcase 8K video and astounding surround sound with a single cord. Said cable, which features a microUSB port compatible with nearly all smartphones and tablets, plugs into what essentially looks like an auxiliary HDMI port. – Rick Stella, Digital Trends
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