Best Chargers for Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus in 2024

(Last Updated On: January 1, 2024)

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are powerful smartphones in Samsung’s Note series, known for their large size, S Pen, and comprehensive features. The Note 10 has 8GB of RAM and a 3,500mAh battery, while the Note 10+ boasts a 4,300mAh battery and 12GB of RAM. More RAM enables faster multitasking and smoother app transitions, though it can drain the battery quicker. A significant upgrade in these models is their fast charging capability: the Note 10 supports 25W and the Note 10+ supports 45W fast charging, both achievable with Power Delivery (PD) chargers. This guide focuses on PD chargers suitable for fast charging the Note 10 series.

UGREEN 45W 2 Port Charger

The UGREEN 45W 2 port charger is a good match for charging the Galaxy Note 10. The UGREEN charger has two USB-C ports and has a 45W max output. You can super fast charge your Note 10 at 25W, or a Note 10 Plus can charge at 45W. You can only use the PPS charge rate when charging one device from the UGREEN charger. When charging two devices simultaneously, the UGREEN charger has a 25W and 20W power split, so you can at least fast charge your Galaxy Note 10 when charging two devices and have another phone fast charging. 

In my review for the UGREEN 45W charger, I could fast charge my Lenovo laptop alone. I could also charge my laptop and Note 9 simultaneously, but my laptop charged slower during dual charging. Watch my video review of the UGREEN 45W 2 Port Charger to understand its charging capabilities for the Galaxy Note 10.

VOLTME 35W 2 Port Charger

The VOLTME 35W charger is on the lower power side because it has a 35W max output but still has two USB-C ports. You can fast charge your Galaxy Note 10 at 25W for single port charging. If you’re charging two devices simultaneously, the maximum output of the VOLTME charger becomes 36W, and each USB-C port will output 18W. So the Galaxy Note 10 can fast charge at about 18W while you can also charge another phone with the VOLTME charger, but the 25W PPS charge rate is lost during dual charging.

During my review of the VOLTME 35W charger, I could charge my Excitrus power bank at 35W when charging it alone, and for dual charging, I could charge two power banks at 18W at the same time; I could also fast charge two phones at the same time.

VOLTME 65W 3 Port Charger

If you want a bit of an upgrade over the VOLTME 35W charger, the VOLTME 65W charger is reliable for charging USB-C laptops and for fast charging Galaxy Note 10. You can use 65W of Power Delivery from USB-C 1 or 2 when charging one device, which can charge most USB-C laptops. You can also use 45W PPS charging to charge your Galaxy Note 10 faster, with the Note 10 being able to charge at 25W and the Note 10 Plus charging at 45W; that said, you only use PPS charging when you charge a single device at a time.

Then, if you’re charging three devices simultaneously, the USB-C 1 port outputs 45W, while the USB-C 2 and the USB-A ports share 15W. You can also fast charge your Note 10 from USB-C 2 while you charge a laptop from USB-C 1. When I reviewed the VOLTME 65W charger, I could simultaneously charge my laptop and fast charge my Note 9. I could also charge my laptop and another two phones during my review. In my video review, I learned about the versatility of the VOLTME 65W 3 Port Charger for charging multiple devices.

Baseus 100W 4 Port Charger

The Baseus 100W 4 port charger has too much power if you want to charge your Galaxy Note 10; I recommend the Baseus charger to charge your laptop, fast charge your Note 10, and possibly charge another two devices. Yes, you can super fast charge your Note 10 Plus at 45W and the Note 10 at 25W from USB-C 1 or 2, but only when charging them alone. The most impressive part about the Baseus 100W charger is that you can have four devices charging: a laptop charging via USB-C 1, and your Note 10 at about 18W via the USB-C 2 port.

While reviewing the Baseus 100W 4 port charger, I could easily charge my laptop, a power bank, and two phones simultaneously. My laptop fast charged, with another three devices charging. The Baseus 100W charger does come with a USB-C to USB-C cable. Check out my video review to see how the Baseus 100W 4 Port Charger efficiently charges the Galaxy Note 10 and other devices.

iWalk LinkPod Y2 Built-in USB-C Cable Power Bank

If you’re searching for emergency power that you can use to charge your Note 10, the iWalk LinkPod Y2 power bank is small, lightweight, and has a built-in USB-C cable. The built-in USB-C cable can output 20W of Power Delivery to fast charge your Note 10. The 9,600mAh battery of the power bank can charge the Note 10 to full power once, and you may have spare power to use later.

The built-in cable for the iWalk LinkPod power bank does mean that you don’t need a cable at all; that’s because, in my review of the iWalk LinkPod Y2 power bank, I could charge my phone and recharge the power bank by plugging the built-in cable directly into a USB-C port on a wall charger. The power bank has a USB-C port that you can use to recharge directly and comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable. Watch my video review for insights into the iWalk LinkPod Y2 Power Bank’s convenience and portability.

ROMOSS PEA30 30,000mAh Power Bank

The ROMOSS PEA30 power bank can charge the Galaxy Note 10 to full power about four times or more before recharging because the power bank has a 30,000mAh battery. The ROMOSS power bank is larger, but if you want one that will last a few days, then the PEA30 power bank is a good choice. To fast charge your Galaxy Note 10, you can use the 30W USB-C port on the ROMOSS power bank, and there are two USB-A Quick Charge ports. In my review of the ROMOSS PEA30 power bank, I could not use fast charging when charging three devices simultaneously. Explore the capacity and charging speed of the ROMOSS PEA30 Power Bank in my video review.

UGREEN Magnetic 20W Power Bank

The UGREEN Magnetic 20W power bank is mostly recommended for iPhones that are compatible with MagSafe because those are the ones that can magnetically attach to the wireless charging pad on the UGREEN power bank. However, in my review of the UGREEN Magnetic power bank, I had a Magnet attached to the back of my Note 9 and could magnetically attach my Note 9 to the pad on the UGREEN power bank. So, if you wanted to, you could technically use the magnetic feature with your Note 10 or place your Note 10 on the pad to charge.

There is also a 20W Power Delivery USB-C port on the UGREEN power bank that can be used to fast charge the Note 10, and there is a USB-A port.

Baseus 160W Car Charger

The Baseus 160W car charger is hands down the most powerful car charger I have reviewed. The charger has two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port; USB-C 1 can output 100W, while the USB-C 2 and the USB-A ports output 30W. PPS is available from the USB-C 1 port to charge your Galaxy Note 10 fast during single-port charging. In my review for the Baseus 160W car charger, I could charge a laptop and fast charge two phones at the same time, and I also found a USB-C to USB-C cable in the box. Get a closer look at the high-powered Baseus 160W Car Charger in my video review.

Final thoughts about my choice of Chargers for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10

The Galaxy Note 10’s compatibility with Programmable Power Supply (PPS) fast charging is a fantastic upgrade that can be useful if you need it in a pinch. However, it’s not always necessary because whether it’s the 25W or 45W charge rate, it only lasts for a short time. The charging time difference isn’t too big, and it’s okay to have other devices charging while you charge your Note 10 at 18W. If you want the maximum charging, you can always unplug other devices on the VOLTME, UGREEN, and Baseus chargers I’ve recommended. If you want to know what power banks would work well for the Galaxy Note 10, please look at my best power banks for the Galaxy Note 10 guide.

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