List of devices with video output over USB-C

ListsList of devices with video output over USB-C
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This list provides an overview of the devices that support video output over USB-C. List of devices with video output over USB-C. Not all USB-C ports support video output; a device is required to specifically provide support for USB-C Alternate Mode, which dedicates some of the physical wires in a USB-C 3.1 cable for direct device-to-host transmission of alternate data protocols.

Prior to the introduction of USB-C and Alternate Mode, devices that did not have standard-size DisplayPort or HDMI ports (such as smartphones and tablets) provided video output over the Micro USB port, either through the Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) or SlimPort standards.

Devices with Thunderbolt 3 and DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB-C

Thunderbolt 3 Alternate Mode streams DisplayPort 1.2 or DisplayPort 1.4 (with Titan Ridge) video within the Thunderbolt 3 stream. Also all Thunderbolt 3 controllers additionally support “DisplayPort Alternate Mode”. Therefore all devices listed here also support DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB-C.

Desktops

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Apple iMac (Mid 2017) and newerAll-in-one PCmacOS
Apple iMac ProAll-in-one PCmacOS
Apple Mac Mini (Late 2018) and newerMini PCmacOS
Intel NUC[lower-alpha 1]NettopWindows
ASRock Thunderbolt 3 AICAICWindows 8-10
Asus ThunderboltEX 3 Thunderbolt 3 AICAICWindows 8-10
Gigabyte GC-ALPINE RIDGE (rev. 1.0)AICWindows 8-10
Gigabyte GC-ALPINE RIDGE (rev. 2.0)AICWindows 8-10
Gigabyte GC-TITAN RIDGE (rev. 1.0)AICWindows 10 RS3 or later
MSI Thunderbolt M3 Thunderbolt 3 AICAICWindows 8-10

Laptops

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2016) and newerlaptopmacOS
Apple MacBook Air (Late 2018) and newerlaptopmacOS
Razer Blade Stealth Series (All)laptopWindows 10
Dell Latitude 7373, Dell Inspiron 5570laptopWindows 10
Dell Latitude 5490,5400 (2019)laptopWindows 10/Linux >= 4.19
Dell XPS 12 (9250)
Dell XPS 13 (9350, 9360, 9370)
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9365)
Dell XPS 15 (9550, 9560, 9570)
Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575)
laptopWindows 10/Ubuntu
HP EliteBook Folio G1laptopWindows 10
HP Spectre 13laptopWindows 10
HP ZbooklaptopWindows 10
HP Zbook StudiolaptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad E580laptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad T470laptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad T470slaptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad T480laptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad T480slaptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2017)laptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2018)laptopWindows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2019)laptopWindows 10
Asus Zenbook 3laptopWindows 10
Acer Swift 5laptopWindows 10
MSI GS60 6QElaptopWindows 10
Gigabyte Aero 15xlaptopWindows 10
Gigabyte Aero 15 x9laptopWindows 10
Gigabyte Aero 15 y9laptopWindows 10

2-in-1 PCs

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
HP Spectre x3602-in-1 convertibleWindows 10
HP Zbook Studio x3602-in-1 convertibleWindows 10
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9365)
Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575)
2-in-1 convertibleWindows 10/Ubuntu
Huawei MateBook2-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Medion Akoya s44032-in-1 convertibleWindows 10

Devices with DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB-C

The following devices have USB-C ports that implement the DisplayPort Alternate Mode on USB Type-C Connector Standard specification, and are capable of providing a video output to DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA (with active adapters). SlimPort products are also compatible with DisplayPort Alternate Mode over USB Type-C.

Desktops

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Asus Zen AiOAll-in-one PCWindows 10
Asus Chromebox 3ChromeboxChrome OS
Intel NUC (i3 models)NettopWindows
Zotac PI225Mini PCWindows 10 (Linux works as well)
Sunix UPD2018AICWindows 7-10

Laptops

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Any Chrome OS device that implements Type-C, including:Google Chromebook Pixel (2015)laptopChrome OS
Acer Swift 5laptopWindows 10
Acer TravelMate P2laptopWindows 10
Apple MacBook (Early 2015) and newerlaptopmacOS
HP ProBook 430 G6laptopLinux
Lenovo Legion Y520, Y530, Y7000, Y740laptopWindows 10/Linux
Lenovo ThinkPad A485, A285laptopWindows 10
Lenovo ThinkPad E485, E585laptopWindows 10
Lenovo ThinkPad X270laptopWindows 10
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12,5″laptopWindows 10/Linux
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13,3″laptopWindows 10/Linux
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 15,6laptopWindows 10/Linux

2-in-1 PCs / Tablets with desktop OS

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Google Pixelbook2-in-1 convertibleChrome OS
Google Pixel Slate2-in-1 detachableChrome OS
Acer Chromebook R132-in-1 convertibleChrome OS
HP Chromebook x22-in-1 detachableChrome OS
HP Envy 13 x360 (2019)laptop/tabletWindows 10
HP Envy 13 x360 (2018)laptop/tabletWindows 10
Acer Chromebook Tab 10tabletChrome OS
Acer Nitro 5 Spin2-in-1 convertibleWindows 10
Acer Spin 52-in-1 convertibleWindows 10
Lenovo Yoga 9002-in-1 convertibleWindows 10
Acer Switch 52-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Cube i7 Book2-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Microsoft Surface Book 22-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Microsoft Surface Go2-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2-in-1 detachableWindows 10
Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-12-in-1 convertibleWindows 10

Tablets with mobile OS

The 3rd-gen iPad Pro is the first iPad to drop the Lightning connector in favor of the USB-C port in November 2018. This was followed by the 4th-gen iPad Air in October 2020, 6th-gen iPad mini in September 2021, and 10th-gen iPad in October 2022.

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Device nameDesktop ModeDevice typeOperating systemRelease date
Lenovo TAB6 5G tabletAndroid2021
Lenovo Tab P11 5G tabletAndroid2021
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro tabletAndroid2021
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 tabletAndroid2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Samsung DeXtabletAndroid2018
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e Samsung DeXtabletAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (excluding Lite model) Samsung DeXtabletAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ Samsung DeXtabletAndroid2020
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, S8+, S8 Ultra Samsung DeXtabletAndroid2022
Vivo Pad tabletAndroid2022
iPad (10th generation) tabletiOS2022
iPad mini (6th generation) tabletiOS2021
iPad Air (4th generation) tabletiOS2020
iPad Air (5th generation) tabletiOS2022
iPad Pro (3rd generation) tabletiOS2018
iPad Pro (4th generation) tabletiOS2020
iPad Pro (5th generation) tabletiOS2021
iPad Pro (6th generation) tabletiOS2022

Smartphones

As Android and, the now-defunct, Windows 10 Mobile are mobile operating systems, most manufacturers do not include support for wired video output. Even if support is present, it may not be prominently indicated on a device’s specification list.

All iOS devices (iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch 4th gen and later, iPad 1st gen and later) support wired video output. iOS devices, which traditionally did not use Micro USB or USB-C, are able to provide wired video output with adapters for the proprietary 30-pin dock connector (Apple 30-pin to VGA AdapterApple 30-pin Digital AV HDMI Adapter) and Lightning connector (Lightning to VGA AdapterLightning Digital AV HDMI Adapter).

  • The iPhone 4iPad 1st gen, and iPod touch 4th gen (devices with Apple A4 system-on-chip) only display videos, photos, presentations, and slideshows on a secondary display, and cannot mirror the entire screen.
  • The iPhone 4SiPad 2iPad Mini 1st geniPod touch 5th gen (devices with Apple A5 system-on-chip) are the first devices that support screen mirroring.
  • A teardown revealed that the Lightning Digital AV Adapter contains an ARM system-on-chip (SoC), which decodes the output stream and sends it over HDMI. Currently, the maximum supported resolution is 1600 x 900.
  • Currently, the only iOS devices that use a USB-C connector and comply with Alternate Mode are iPad Pro (3rd gen and later), iPad Air (4th gen and later).
  • On iOS, major content service providers that allow screen mirroring in their apps include: Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Tubi, Pluto TV etc. (as of Jan 2021).
  • On iOS, some content service providers (especially paid cable TV subscription companies that also provide a traditional set-top box) explicitly blocked screen mirroring in their apps. In such cases, DRM restrictions implemented in the app would either block the video from playing, or display a black screen with only audio playing. These apps include: ESPN, Now TV, All 4, My5, UKTV Play etc. (as of Jan 2021).


HTC, Samsung, Huawei have supported DisplayPort on most of their flagship HTC U series, Samsung Galaxy S series, Samsung Galaxy Note series, Huawei Mate series, Huawei P series phones.

LG formerly supported DisplayPort on their LG G series and LG V series phones, but dropped support in the G6, G7, V35, V40 phones. With the December 2018 software update, LG enabled DisplayPort output in G7, V35, V40 phones. 

Samsung’s DeX mode, Huawei’s Easy Projection, and Microsoft’s Continuum allow phones to offer a PC-like experience. In addition to regular screen mirroring, they allow apps to be used in multiple windows with a desktop-like interface when connected to an external display with keyboard and mouse.

The gaming-oriented smartphones, ROG Phone and Razer Phone, support DisplayPort. The ROG Phone, when connected to the Mobile Desktop Dock, outputs 4K UHD video through HDMI and DisplayPort. Razer’s Project Linda, a work-in-progress concept, allows a docked phone to power a laptop and run apps on a larger screen, with the phone acting as a touchpad or second screen for custom interfaces.

A bug introduced in Android Oreo resulted in performance issues (unreliable video/audio). This bug affects phones running stock Android (Razer Phone and Essential Phone) that have been updated from Android Nougat to Oreo.

Android 10’s first beta, released on 13 March 2019, introduced a native desktop mode, but it is hidden by default in the final release. LG made modifications to improve this desktop mode, and included it the LG V50 ThinQ and LG G8 ThinQ.

In Nov 2019, it was discovered through the Android source code that Google had explicitly blocked the DisplayPort function in the Pixel 4.

On devices with no native DisplayPort support, the DisplayLink Presenter app, when used with adapters and docking stations with DisplayLink chipsets, can provide limited screen mirroring functionality. However, as a third-party solution, playback of HDCP-encrypted video content might be disabled.

In May 2020, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) released version 2.0 of DisplayPort Alternate Mode (Alt Mode), which enables up to 16K video output over USB 4 Type-C ports.

BrandInitial supportModelsComments
Apple2010all iPhone, iPod touch, iPad modelsEarly adopter. Provides consistent support (all flagship models).[39][53]

iPhone 4, iPad 1st gen, iPod touch 4th genCan only display videos, photos, presentations, and slideshows over the 30-pin dock connector.iPhone 4S, iPad 2Supports screen mirroring over the 30-pin dock connector.iPhone 5, iPad 4th gen, iPad Mini 1st gen, iPod touch 5th gen and laterSupports screen mirroring over the Lightning connector. (all iOS devices released from late 2012 onwards)iPad Pro 3rd gen, iPad Air 4th gen, iPad Mini 6th gen and laterSupports screen mirroring over the USB-C connector, complies with Alternate Mode.
HTC2016U seriesEarly adopter. Provides consistent support (at least 3 flagship models).
LG2016G series, V seriesEarly adopter. Dropped support in 2017-2018, but re-enabled support in 2019.
Huawei2017Mate series, P seriesProvides consistent support (at least 3 flagship models). Has desktop mode.
Samsung2017Galaxy S series, Galaxy Note series, Galaxy Z seriesProvides consistent support (at least 3 flagship models). Has desktop mode.
Asus2018ROG Phone seriesProvides consistent support on ROG Phone series (at least 3 flagship models), but little support on other series.
Sony2019Xperia 1 series, Xperia 5 series, Xperia 10 series, Xperia Pro seriesLate adopter. Provides consistent support on Xperia high-end series (at least 3 flagship models).
OnePlus2019OnePlus seriesLate adopter.
Currently support – 7/7 Pro, 8/8 Pro (as of Aug 2020)
Honor2020Magic seriesSpin-off brand from Huawei with access to Google Play Services, not affected by US sanctions against Huawei.
Oppo2018(see below)Irregular, little to no support for both flagship & non-flagship series.
Xiaomisome Black Shark modelsHas not supported any flagship or non-flagship series.
(need to verify support for Black Shark series)
GoogleN/AThe Pixel 4’s hardware might/might not support DisplayPort, but the function was disabled in software by Google.[49]
Other brands (irregular support)(see below)These brands do not release DisplayPort-supported models under a consistent product series and/or release schedule.Oppo, Sharp, ZTE
Other brands (late adopters)(see below)These brands only started releasing DisplayPort-supported models in recent years. Brands with consistent support will be moved to the rows above.2020Lenovo (2020 – present), Motorola (2020 – present), Microsoft (2020 – present)2021Fairphone (2021 – present)
Device nameDesktop ModeDevice typeOperating systemRelease date
Asus ZenFone 3 Ultra [54]smartphoneAndroid2016
Asus ZenFone AR
Asus ZenFone Ares (rebranded Taiwan variant of ZenFone AR) [55]
smartphoneAndroid2017
Asus ROG PhoneMobile Desktop Dock, TwinView Dock, WiGig® DocksmartphoneAndroid2018
Asus ROG Phone IIMobile Desktop Dock, TwinView Dock, WiGig® DocksmartphoneAndroid2019
Asus ROG Phone 3 [56]Mobile Desktop Dock, TwinView Dock, WiGig® DocksmartphoneAndroid2020
Asus ROG Phone 5
Asus ROG Phone 5s [57]
Mobile Desktop Dock, TwinView Dock, WiGig® DocksmartphoneAndroid2021
BlackBerry Key2 [58]smartphoneAndroid2018
BQ Aquaris X2 [59]smartphoneAndroid2018
Essential Phone [lower-alpha 1] [60]smartphoneAndroid2017
Fairphone 4 [61][62]smartphone with swappable componentsAndroid2021
HTC 10 [63]smartphoneAndroid2016
HTC U Ultra [64]smartphoneAndroid2017
HTC U11
HTC U11+ [65]
smartphoneAndroid2017
HTC U12+ [66]smartphoneAndroid2018
HTC U19e [67]smartphoneAndroid2019
HTC Exodus 1smartphoneAndroid2018
Huawei Mate 10
Huawei Mate 10 Pro [68]
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2017
Huawei Mate 20
Huawei Mate 20 X
Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2018
Huawei Mate 30
Huawei Mate 30 Pro
Huawei Mate 30 RS Porsche Design
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2019
Huawei Mate 30E Pro (China variant)Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2020
Huawei Mate 40 Pro [69]Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2021
Huawei Mate XEasy Projectionfoldable phabletAndroid2019
Huawei Mate Xs [70]Easy Projectionfoldable phabletAndroid2020
Huawei Mate X2 [71]Easy Projectionfoldable phabletAndroid2021
Huawei Mate Xs 2Easy Projectionfoldable phabletAndroid2022
Huawei P20
Huawei P20 Pro
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2018
Huawei P30
Huawei P30 Pro
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2019
Huawei P40
Huawei P40 Pro [72]
Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2020
Huawei P50 Pocket [73]Easy Projectionfoldable phabletAndroid2021
Huawei Honor Note 10 [74]Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2018
Huawei Honor View 20 [75]Easy ProjectionsmartphoneAndroid2018
Honor 30 Pro
Honor 30 Pro+ [76]
smartphoneAndroid2020
Honor Magic 3, Pro, Pro+ [77]smartphoneAndroid2021
Honor Magic V [78]foldable phabletAndroid2022
Honor Magic4, Magic4 Pro, Magic4 Ultimate [79][80]smartphoneAndroid2022
Lenovo Legion Phone Duel [81]smartphoneAndroid2020
Lenovo Legion 2 ProsmartphoneAndroid2021
Lenovo Legion Duel 2 [82]smartphoneAndroid2021
Lenovo Legion Y90 [83]smartphoneAndroid2022
LG G5smartphoneAndroid2016
LG G7
LG G7+ (with Dec 2018 update)
smartphoneAndroid2018
LG G8Yes[48]smartphoneAndroid2019
LG Q8smartphoneAndroid2017
LG V20smartphoneAndroid2016
LG V30
LG V30+
smartphoneAndroid2017
LG V35
LG V35+ (with Dec 2018 update)
smartphoneAndroid2018
LG V40 (with Dec 2018 update)smartphoneAndroid2018
LG V50Yes[48]smartphoneAndroid2019
LG V60 [84]Yes[48]smartphoneAndroid2020
Microsoft Surface Duo [85]foldable phabletAndroid2020
Microsoft Surface Duo 2 [86]foldable phabletAndroid2021
Motorola Edge+ [87][88]Yes[89]smartphoneAndroid2020
Motorola Edge S (China variant)
Moto G100 (global version for European market)[90][91]
YessmartphoneAndroid2021
Motorola Edge 20 Pro [92]YessmartphoneAndroid2021
Motorola Edge 30 Pro (global variant)
Motorola Edge+ 2022 (US variant)
Motorola Edge X30 (China variant)[93][94]
YessmartphoneAndroid2022
Motorola Edge 30 UltraYes (Ready For)smartphoneAndroid2022
OnePlus 7
OnePlus 7 Pro[95]
smartphoneAndroid2019
OnePlus 8
OnePlus 8 Pro[96]
smartphoneAndroid2020
OnePlus 9
OnePlus 9R
OnePlus 9 Pro
Note: works on most 720p/1080p displays, crashes on 4K displays [97][98]smartphoneAndroid2021
OPPO R17 Pro (OPPO RX17 Pro in Europe)[99]smartphoneAndroid2018
Oppo Reno 10x Zoom[100]
Oppo Reno 5G[101]
smartphoneAndroid2019
Oppo Find X3 Pro[102][103]smartphoneAndroid2021
PINE64 PinePhonesmartphoneLinux2020
Purism Librem 5smartphoneLinux2020
Razer Phone smartphoneAndroid2017
Razer Phone 2 smartphoneAndroid2018
Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8+ 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2017
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9+ 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2018
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10+ 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20+
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2020
Samsung Galaxy S21
Samsung Galaxy S21+
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2021
Samsung Galaxy S22
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2022
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2017
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2018
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 
Samsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2020
Samsung Galaxy A90 5GSamsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy M52 5GSamsung DeXsmartphoneAndroid2022
Samsung Galaxy FoldSamsung DeXfoldable phabletAndroid2019
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
Samsung W21 (for Chinese market) 
Samsung DeXfoldable phabletAndroid2020
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3Samsung DeXfoldable phabletAndroid2021
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4Samsung DeXfoldable phabletAndroid2022
Sharp Aquos R5G smartphoneAndroid2020
Sharp Aquos zero5G basic smartphoneAndroid2020
Sharp Aquos R6 smartphoneAndroid2021
Sharp Aquos R7smartphoneAndroid2022
Sharp Leica Leitz Phone 1 smartphoneAndroid2021
Sharp Leica Leitz Phone 2smartphoneAndroid2022
Smartisan R1 smartphoneAndroid2018
Sony Xperia 1 smartphoneAndroid2019
Sony Xperia 1 II smartphoneAndroid2020
Sony Xperia 1 IIIsmartphoneAndroid2021
Sony Xperia 1 IV smartphoneAndroid2022
Sony Xperia 5 smartphoneAndroid2019
Sony Xperia 5 II smartphoneAndroid2020
Sony Xperia 5 IIIsmartphoneAndroid2021
Sony Xperia 5 IVsmartphoneAndroid2022
Sony Xperia 10 IIIsmartphoneAndroid2021
Sony Xperia 10 IVsmartphoneAndroid2022
Sony Xperia Pro smartphoneAndroid2021
Sony Xperia Pro-I smartphoneAndroid2021
vivo X Note smartphoneAndroid2022
vivo X Fold foldable phabletAndroid2022
vivo X Fold+foldable phabletAndroid2022
Xiaomi Black Shark 2 smartphoneAndroid2019
Xiaomi Black Shark 3 smartphoneAndroid2020
Xiaomi Black Shark 4 smartphoneAndroid2021
ZTE Axon 9 ProsmartphoneAndroid2018
ZTE Axon 10 ProsmartphoneAndroid2019
ZTE Nubia Red Magic 6S Pro smartphoneAndroid2021
ZTE Nubia Red Magic 7
ZTE Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro 
smartphoneAndroid2022
Microsoft Lumia 950
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL 
Continuum with Microsoft Display DocksmartphoneWindows 10 Mobile2015
HP Elite x3 Continuum with HP Desk Dock, HP Lap DocksmartphoneWindows 10 Mobile2016
Acer Liquid Jade PrimoContinuum with Acer Display DocksmartphoneWindows 10 Mobile2016

Smart devices

  • Facebook Portal  Supports USB-C to DisplayPort, USB-C to HDMI and USB-C to Ethernet.

Devices with MHL Alternate Mode over USB-C

Device nameDevice typeOperating system

Devices with HDMI Alternate Mode over USB-C

A better-than-nothing list is available here: http://www.mhltech.org/ (MHL consortium)

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
HP Envy 13 x360 (2018)laptopWindows 10

Devices with VirtualLink Alternate Mode over USB-C

Device nameDevice typeOperating system
Nvidia Titan RTX – Founders EditionGPUWindows 7 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit (April 2018 Update or later), Linux 64-bit
Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti – Founders Edition/Most ODM CardsGPUWindows 10 Build 1803 (Fall 2018 Update) or later, Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?[145]
Nvidia RTX 2080 Super – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1903 or later? (Summer 2019 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
Nvidia RTX 2080 – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1803 (Fall 2018 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
Nvidia RTX 2070 Super – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1903? (Summer 2019 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
Nvidia RTX 2070 – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1803 (Fall 2018 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1903? (Summer 2019 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
Nvidia RTX 2060 – Founders EditionGPUWindows 10 Build 1803 (Fall 2018 Update), Latest Windows 7 64 Bit Update?, Latest Linux 64 Bit Updates?
  • USB-C Hardware support
  • USB-C Alternate Mode Specifications
  • DisplayPort
  • Mobile High-Definition Link
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • HDMI
  • VirtualLink

Here is a ready refference list of devices which DO SUPPORT video stream over USB Type C.

Not all USB Type C ports are same. USB-C port is just a connector shape. An USB-C port belongs to a specific USB version (USB 2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2) and hence has predefined features and capabilities. Only USB-C port with USB 3.1 or above version can stream video.

USB 3.1 or above versions support DP Alt Mode feature. This feature enables them to stream video signal.  You need to confirm if your device’s USB Type C port is with USB 3.1 or above version before trying USB Type C to HDMI/VGA applications. To do this, check your device’s specifications or consult the manufacturer.

Smartphones/Tabs with mobile OS (not a complete list)
Acer Liquid Jade Primo Asus ROG Phone Asus ROG Phone 3 Asus ROG Phone II Asus ROG Phone II Asus ZenFone 3 Ultra Asus ZenFone AR BlackBerry Key2 BQ Aquaris X2 Essential Phone [lower-alpha 1] HP Elite x3 HTC 10 HTC Exodus 1 HTC U Ultra HTC U11 HTC U11+ HTC U12+ HTC U19e Huawei Honor Note 10 Huawei Honor View 20 Huawei Mate 10 Huawei Mate 10 Pro Huawei Mate 20 Huawei Mate 20 Pro Huawei Mate 20 X Huawei Mate X Huawei Mate Xs Huawei P20 Huawei P20 Pro Huawei P30 Huawei P30 Pro Huawei P40 Huawei P40 Pro LG G5/G6/G6+ LG G7/G7+ LG G8 LG Q8 LG V20/V30/V30+/V35/V35+ LG V40/V50/V60 Microsoft Lumia 950 Microsoft Lumia 950 XL OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro OnePlus 8 OnePlus 8 Pro OPPO R17 Pro Oppo Reno 10x Zoom Oppo Reno 5G PINE64 PinePhone Purism Librem 5 Razer Phone 2 [lower-alpha 1] Razer Phone [lower-alpha 1] Samsung Galaxy A90 5G Samsung Galaxy Fold Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e Samsung Galaxy S20/Ultra/S20+ Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Sharp Aquos R5G Smartisan R1 Sony Xperia 1 II Sony Xperia 1/5 Xiaomi Black Shark 2 ZTE Axon 10 Pro ZTE Axon 9 Pro iPad Pro (3rd generation) iPad Pro (4th generation) Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Asus ZenFone Ares, One Plus 7 or above

Desktops/Laptops/2-in-1 PCs/Tabs with Desktop OS (not a complete list)
Acer Chromebook R13 Acer Nitro 5 Spin Acer Spin 5 Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9365) Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575) Google Pixelbook HP Spectre x360 HP Zbook Studio x360 Lenovo Yoga 900 Medion Akoya s4403 Acer Switch 5 Cube i7 Book Google Pixel Slate HP Chromebook x2 Huawei MateBook Microsoft Surface Book 2 Microsoft Surface Go Samsung Galaxy TabPro S ASRock Thunderbolt 3 AIC Asus ThunderboltEX 3 Thunderbolt 3 AIC Gigabyte GC-ALPINE RIDGE (rev. 1.0) Gigabyte GC-ALPINE RIDGE (rev. 2.0) Gigabyte GC-TITAN RIDGE (rev. 1.0) MSI Thunderbolt M3 Thunderbolt 3 AIC Sunix UPD2018 Apple iMac (Mid 2017) and newer Apple iMac Pro Asus Zen AiO Asus Chromebox 3 Acer Swift 5 Acer Swift 5 Acer TravelMate P2 Any Chrome OS device incl. Pixel (2015) Apple MacBook (Early 2015) and newer Apple MacBook Air (Late 2018) and newer Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2016) and newer Asus Zenbook 3 Dell Latitude 5490,5400 (2019) Dell Latitude 7373, Dell Inspiron 5570 Dell XPS 12 (9250) Dell XPS 13 (9350, 9360, 9370) Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9365) Dell XPS 15 (9550, 9560, 9570) Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575) Gigabyte Aero 15 x9 Gigabyte Aero 15 y9 Gigabyte Aero 15x HP EliteBook Folio G1 HP Envy 13 x360 (2018)[67] HP ProBook 430 G6 HP Spectre 13 HP Zbook HP Zbook Studio Lenovo Legion Y520, Y530, Y7000, Y740 Lenovo ThinkPad A485, A285 Lenovo ThinkPad E485, E585 Lenovo Thinkpad E580 Lenovo Thinkpad T470 Lenovo Thinkpad T470s Lenovo Thinkpad T480 Lenovo Thinkpad T480s Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2017) Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2018) Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2019) Lenovo ThinkPad X270 MSI GS60 6QE Razer Blade Stealth Series (All) Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12,5″ Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13,3″ Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 15,6 HP Envy 13 x360 (2018)[15] HP Envy 13 x360 (2019)[14] Apple Mac Mini (Late 2018) and newer Zotac PI225 Intel NUC (i3 models) Intel NUC[lower-alpha 1] Acer Chromebook Tab 10

List of devices below which DO NOT SUPPORT video stream over USB Type C (includes models released 2019 or before)
Samsung M series, A series, light version of Galaxy S10, OnePlus 6T or below versions, REDMI, XIAOMI, POCO, REALME,, OPPO, VIVO,LENOVO, LG, MOTOROLA, HTC, NOKIA.

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