Almost every premium smartphone from the likes of Apple, Samsung, etc, and some recent affordable smartphones come with wireless charging support but you almost never get a wireless charger inside the box.
Since your phone supports wireless charging you don’t want this feature to go to waste. There are tons of third party wireless chargers available in the market along with some phone manufacturers in-house wireless chargers.
This article lists down the best wireless chargers that are Qi Certified. Wireless chargers with Qi Certification will support almost every smartphone from iPhones to Android.
Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand(10W)
Belkin’s boost up wireless charger is one of best wireless chargers that you can buy right now. It has a output of 10W.
It can charge iPhone in 7.5W and Samsungs at 9W along with a speed of 5W for any other Qi Certified smartphone.
It can charge your smartphone even if you have a case on it, if your smartphone case is no more than 3MM in thickness you have nothing to worry about.
Nanami 2-Coil Qi Wireless Charger Stand
Nanami’s 2-coil wireless charger comes with a Quick Charge 3.0 adapter. It can charge most Samsung phones at 10W and iPhones at 7.5W with 5W charging speed for all Qi-compatible smartphones.
It comes on a bit of expensive size due to the QC 3.0 adapter it comes along with.
It can also charge your smartphone with a case of upto 5MM.
CHOETECH Dual Wireless Charger
As the name suggests you can charge two devices at the same time with the CHOETECH Dual Wireless Charger. You also get a QC 3.0 adapter included with it.
It has an output of 5W which is kind of slow but if you have multiple devices to be charged like an iPhone and an Apple watch you can go for it.
It can also charge with a case on upto 5mm.
Belkin Boost Up Qi Wireless Charger Pad(5W)
You can go for the Belkin boost wireless charger if you are on a tight budget, it can charge your phone at 5W, one of the reasons for its cheap price tag.
It will charge all iPhone, Samsungs and every Qi certified smartphone at a similar pace of 5W.
Additionally, if you have a case of upto 3mm you have nothing to worry about.
Anker 10W Wireless Charger
Anker’s 10W wireless charger is another option you can consider. It can charge compatible devices(Samsungs, specifically) with 10W for which you’ll have to purchase a QC 2.0 or 3.0 adapter additionally.
It will charge with a standard speed of 5W with any 5V/2A adapter, but for the faster speed, you will have to get a fast adapter.
If you have an iPhone please note, it will only charge in standard 5W speed.
Conclusion & Things To Consider While Buying.
One of the most important points to note while buying a wireless charger is compatibility. Almost every wireless charger is QI certified so, take a look if your phone supports the technology.
The charging speed will vary from the charger to charger, and it would be great if you look out for a charger that has Qualcomm’s Quick Charge support.
Check twice what else do you get in the box, most cheaply priced chargers won’t come with a QC support adapter, so to use the fast charge feature you will need to purchase an adapter that supports QC technology.
If you have multiple devices to be charged at the same time go for multiple coil chargers.