I have a Samsung S8 phone, which has USB-C charging connector. I lost the original charger for my phone, but I have the original USB-C charger for my Huawei Matebook X Pro laptop. Is it possible to use this charger to charge the phone? Is the USB-C standard itself a guarantee that all the relevant characteristics will be equivalent?
Here is the electric info from the mobile phone charger (which has USB-A female output connector, and there was USB-A to USB-C cable which I lost):
OUTPUT: 5.0V = 2.0A, 10.0W 9.0V = 1.67A, 15.0W
Here is the electric info from the laptop charger (which has USB-C female output connector):
OUTPUT: 5.0V = 2.0A, 10.0W 9.0V = **2.0A**, **18.0W** 12.0V = 2.0A, 24.0W 15.0V = 3.0A, 45.0W 20.0V = 3.25A, 65.0W
(There is a difference in ampere and wattage for the 9.0V, is that a problem or is it that the device will just take what it needs?)