The Best Wireless Chargers of 2019

Break free from the wire with these wireless charger. 

Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad, Fast Charge 2.0 (US Version with Warranty) - Black

While wireless charging is technically still a technology that’s not completely vital for the smartphone industry, it sure is a welcomed feature that’s luckily becoming more commonplace. It’s basically expected on a flagship smartphone at this point, meaning that wireless chargers are bountiful—no matter what type of smartphone you have.

Below, we’re going to break down some of the best wireless chargers you can get for 2019!

Note: Given that the Qi Wireless Charging Standard is practically the only standard found on smartphones today, all of the chargers listed below work with both iPhones and Android phones, but specific features may vary.

Best for Samsung fans: Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad

Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad, Fast Charge 2.0 (US Version with Warranty) - Black
Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pa

If you’ve gone all into Samsung’s Android ecosystem, and have a Galaxy Smartphone and a wireless charging supported Galaxy accessory, this is for you. The Wireless Charger Duo Pad allows you to charge up to two devices at once. This means you can charge your Galaxy S10+ on the larger charging pad and either your Galaxy Watch or even your Galaxy Buds on the smaller pad. This type of convenience makes the Charger Duo Pad a must-have for Galaxy fans.

If there was a downside to the Charger Duo Pad, it would be that it uses the older Quick Charge 2.0 and not the more recent 3.0.

Don’t have an accessory to charge? Not to worry. If you only have a Galaxy smartphone, Samsung has you covered there as well. It’s also one of the best wireless chargers you can find in general.

Best Overall Wireless Charger: Wireless Charging Stand RAVPower

Wireless Charging Stand RAVPower 2 Coils 7.5W Qi-certified Compatible iPhone XS MAX XR X 8 & 8 Plus with HyperAir, 10W Qi for Galaxy S9 S9+ Note 8 All Qi-Enabled Devices (Black)
Wireless Charging Stand RAVPower 

If you’re looking for the best wireless charger around that will give any phone the best experience across the board, the RAVPower wireless charging stand is where to look.

Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of RAVPower before, but they’re fairly prominent in wall and wireless charger space. This particular stand offers two coils to wireless charge your phone, whether it’s standing upright or in landscape mode. It also both supports Quick Charge 3.0 and comes with a QC3.0 adapter. This will allow compatible Android smartphones to be fast charged charged at 10W and iPhones at 7.5W, which is slightly faster than the 3.5W-5W standard.

The best part is that this wireless charger is only $50—and gets strong reviews from Amazon.

Best Quality Cheap Option: Anker PowerWave 7.5 Fast Wireless Charging Stand

Anker PowerWave 7.5 Fast Wireless Charging Stand with Internal Cooling Fan, Qi-Certified, 7.5W Compatible iPhone XR/XS Max/XS/X/8/8 Plus, 10W Charges Galaxy S9/S9+/S8, LG G7(with Quick Charge Adapter)
Anker PowerWave 7.5 Fast Wireless Charging Stand 

The Anker PowerWave Wireless charging stand could easily take the place of the RAVPower option above, but it sits in this spot due to its cheaper price point (at the time of the writing). Normally more expensive than the RAVPower charger, but essentially identical in terms of features, you can’t go wrong.

Best for Pixel 3 Owners: Pixel Stand

Google Pixel Stand Wireless Charger for Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL - White
Google Pixel Stand Wireless Charger for Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL - White

The Pixel Stand was created solely for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and if you don’t own one of those two phones, move along. It’s an expensive charger, and only the compatible Pixel phones are capable of taking full advantage of its charging speed and other features, which include turning the phone into a digital photo frame while it’s charging, and the ability to turn into a “wake up light” that will slowly get brighter with warm colors to mimic the sunrise.

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