Smartphones have become tremendously more powerful in recent years, and because of that, they burn into battery power faster than ever. The solution to this is that phones are using larger batteries, but can cause a problem with filling up the battery as it can take so long to do so. That’s why there are fast charging technologies that can be used to fast charge smartphones that are compatible with certain technologies.
In this post, we’re going to be covering Quick Charge and Power Delivery types of chargers, both of which are the most commonly used fast charging technologies on the market. Where Quick Charge is mostly used for Android smartphones, Power Delivery still plays a vital role for charging Android smartphones as it’s used with the standard of USB-C, which many Android phones use these days.
Another big plus for Power Delivery charging is that the newer iPhone models make use of the fast charging tech. So how does an iPhone, a smartphone that makes use of a Lightning port, able to charge from a USB-C port? Well, you just need to use a Lightning to C cable.
Anker PowerPort II USB-C Wall Charger
Anker’s PowerPort II wall charger is one of the best options if you want a combo of Quick Charge and Power Delivery in one area. The charger has a USB-C Power Delivery port with a 30W charging speed, and this is more than enough power for fast charging an iPhone X, iPhone 8 or an iPhone XS; as all you really need is an 18W PD charging speed to fast charge them with.
The other port on this Anker wall charger is known as an Anker’s PoweriQ 2.0 charging tech. Even though this isn’t Qualcomm’s Quick Charge, PoweriQ is basically equivalent to that and is therefore also able to fast charge Android smartphones.
Of course, with the use of a wall charger form factor, this charger is able to be highly portable. It has length and width of 2.7 inches and a thickness of 1.1 inches. Along with that, the charger has a retractable AC adapter that makes it so it doesn’t have any protruding parts.
ZeroLemon Power Delivery Quick Charge Desktop Charger
Using a desktop charger can be far better to use than a wall charger, and that’s because they tend to have more charging ports, and use a power cord. Well, the use of a power cord by being seen as a flaw as it can be cumbersome, but it’s actually quite useful, as you can place the charger where you want and have the devices you’re charging closer to you.
This ZeroLemon desktop charger is one of the best ones to get if you want Quick Charge and Power Delivery in one place. Plus it has more than just that. That’s because there are three USB-A ports, with one using Quick Charge and the other two have a 12W charging speed.
To makes things even better, the charger also has a light sensor that is able to dim or brighten the LED power light on the charger. The brighter the room, the brighter the light, and if you’re about to sleep then the light dims down so it’s not a disturbance.
AIDEAZ 20,000mAh Power Delivery Portable Charger
Moving onto portable chargers, these types of chargers are possibly the most useful to own these days. Since you won’t have to deal with the anxiety that comes with having a low battery power. Another reason is that portable chargers can feature charging that wall chargers also have, as a result, you can charge your phone even while you’re on the move. USB-C power banks are also the best to have because you can either use them to charge an iPhone or Android phone now.
The first power bank that we’re recommending is this AIDEAZ power bank, the charger basically has it all. With it featuring a Quick Charge port, USB-C Power Delivery port and it even has wireless charging.
The Power Delivery charging from this power bank is 18W, so perfect for fast charging smartphones. As for the wireless charging, it’s standard, meaning that its 5W for all Qi-compatible smartphones, and that goes for most Android smartphones. For iPhones, as long as you own an iPhone X, iPhone 8 or beyond, then you’re able to wirelessly charge it.
Just one more thing that this portable charger has that makes it cool to use is its digital display. The display on this charger tells you what charging method is being used, as well as the power capacity that’s remaining. To recharge the AIDEAZ power bank you can either use the USB-C Power Delivery port or the Micro-USB input, too.
Aukey 30W Power Delivery 30,000mAh Quick Charge Power Bank
Going onto the even high capacity range, this Aukey power bank basically has it all. The portable charger features a 30,000mAh power capacity that can be used to charge smartphones multiple times. In fact, if you’re only using this power bank to charge smartphones, then you can likely keep using this charger for a week straight without having to recharge it.
It can also be highly useful for charging laptops to full power multiple times, too. Laptops? Yes, since the USB-C Power Delivery charging speed with this portable charger is 30W, you’re able to charge quite a lot of laptops with it.
There are two USB-A ports, one features QC and the other one has a standard charging rate of 5V/2.4A(12W). To recharge the power bank you can use the Type-C port that also doubles as an input, or you can see the Micro-USB input port.
Aukey Power Delivery Car Charger with Quick Charge
Car charging is what we consider to be the most underrated charging methods. Not many people use a car charger in the first place these days because they end up just using the port that’s in their car, but that built-in port usually has a 1 Amp slow charging speed.
Using something like this Aukey car charger can be the best options to use for charging your smartphone while you’re driving. Another thing is that when you’re not using your phone is when it’s able to charge at its fastest speed, as the screen isn’t on and so charging power is at its maximum to prevent overheating.
This Aukey charger has a USB-C Power Delivery port with an 18W charging speed, and a USB-A port that uses Quick Charge. They can be used at their full power at the same time, as the max output of this car charger is 36W.
Anker PowerWave Fast Wireless Charging Stand
One other charging product to consider getting is a wireless charger, at least for a Samsung smartphone or iPhone that are Qi-compatible. That’s because the two of these phones are able to fast charge wirelessly with certain chargers. The iPhone is able to fast charge at a 7.5W charging speed with a compatible charger, and a Samsung phone is able to charge at a 10W rate.
This PowerWave wireless charging stand is able to fast charge both types of phones, and the best part is that with its stand form factor you’re able to use your phone and charge it at the same time. A lot better than using a pad that makes it difficult to use your phone and has a high chance of offsetting your phone while you’re using it.