MHL Supported Smartphones List (Updated)

MHL-supported smartphones list as of today, Mobile High Definition Link is the old standard of
getting display-out via MHL compatible smartphones/gadgets and embedded in Micro-USB.

The term MHL is referred to as USB 3.1, which means you have to search for Type C 3.1 powered
smartphones.

MHL supported smartphones? How to check?

The only way to check MHL (USB 3.1) is via the specifications of a particular smartphone or
device.

As I said in the YouTube video, 3.1 gen1 is the USB standard, which means you can see the same
with USB Type-A and Type-B.

Nowadays all smartphone devices are packed with Type-C 2.0, which doesn’t support displayout via HDMI, that’s why we need Type C 3.1 gen1.
If you want to understand this gen1, gen2, type c 3.1, 2.0, etc then watch this video.

MHL supported smartphones list 2021

Let’s talk about the cheapest brand Apple! (just kidding…)

As you already know Apple is unique and uses its own port. These are the supported iOS devices
from the Apple brand.

Apple supported list

iPhone 5, 5C, 5S
iPhone 6, 6+, 6S+
iPhone 7, 7+iPhone 8, 8+
iPhone X, XR, XS
iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max
iPhone 12 mini, 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max
iPhone SE 1st Gen & 2nd Gen
All iPads except for 1st Gen
Note – All these devices support display output, But you have to purchase the cheapest Adapter,
the Apple Digital AV Adapter costs around three thousand rupees.
Third-Party cables or adapters may cause Compatibility issues

OnePlus supported list

OnePlus 7, 7t, 7 Pro, 7t Pro
OnePlus 8, 8t, 8 Pro
OnePlus 9, 9 Pro, 9R
Note – Previous OnePlus devices, NORD series, and OnePlus 9RT are not compatible.

Google Pixel

Pixel 2, 2xl
Pixel 3, 3xl, 3a, 3axl
Pixel 4, 4xl, 4a
Pixel 5, 5a
Pixel 6, 6pro

Samsung MHL devices

Note 8
Note 9
Note 10, 10+
Note 20, 20 Ultra
Galaxy s8, s8+
Galaxy s9, s9+
Galaxy s10, s10+, s10e
Galaxy s20, s20+, s20 Ultra, s20fe
Note – Lower and Mid-range devices like Galaxy F, M, and A series along with Note 10 lite & s10 Lite
won’t support display-out or MHL.

LG MHL smartphones

LG g6
LG g7
LG g8, g8X
LG wing
LG velvet
LG v60, etc.

ASUS MHL devices

ROG 1
ROG 2
ROG 3
ROG 5

Oppo Smartphones

UPDATE: Previously we have added a few Oppo models as per ‘gsmarena’ website, but now
none of them are actually compatible.

Still, we are searching for a piece accurate information, let us know if you find any compatible
MHL-supported smartphones.

Other brands

Sony Xperia 1, 1ii, Xperia 5, 5ii, Huawei Mate 40, 40 Pro, 40 Pro+, etc.
Brands that don’t support MHL as of Today
Xiaomi – POCO
VIVO – IQOO
realme, Lenovo, Honor, Infinix, Motorola, etc.

Some future phones of Lenovo, Motorola may come with Type C 3.1 support, come back for the
updated list.

Disclaimer – Even though there are many products/brands that support MHL, this article is
published in consideration of the Indian Market.
Feel free to comment and share your feedback.

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