After the iphone came into existence, the mobile space has turned upside down. Displays that can play Full HD content captured at 1080p resolution have since become the norm. What is more impressive is the ability to capture Full HD video with the phone’s camera. There is more. Imagine you have a presentation or a Full HD video on your phone which you need to show to your boss. You can always show it on the phone or transfer it to a PC. Now, you can also use the phone’s HDMI connectivity option to beam content straight to an HD TV. The minihdmi ports are slowly being replaced by the new industry standard, MHL. The Mobile High-definition Link specification looks similar to a microusb port. The specification is backward compatible and the same port can be used for charging the phone as well as connecting it to a computer. The Samsung Galaxy SII had the MHL port, so does the HTC One X. Another benefit is that the phone can get charged while connected to the TV, though not all cables support this feature. However, neither the MHL connector or cable are included in the sales box as it is slightly expensive at the moment. A local MHL connector might cost close to 600 and an MHL cable could
` come for 750 and go up to a few thousands.