Best Chargers for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra

The Note series of smartphones from Samsung are among the most popular on the market. They have one of the best builds and overall specs, and it does help that Samsung is one of the largest tech companies on the planet and they have a humongous advertising budget.

This time around, Samsung did somewhat drop the ball with the regular Galaxy Note 20, as the phone has some lower-tier specs, and yet it’s priced at $1,000. While the higher tier Note 20 Ultra has a $1300 price tag. That said, we’re not here to completely criticize their new phones, and the two phones do feature great specs, with the use of the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus, 12GB of RAM and the two phones also have similar battery sizes, with the Note 20 having a 4,300mAh battery and the Note 20 Ultra using a 4,500mAh battery.

However, we honestly expected larger batteries, especially from the Note 20 Ultra as it has a 120Hz refresh rate, a higher resolution screen, and a larger edge screen. The power usage for the Note 20 Ultra is going to be greater, you’re going to run through its battery quite quickly if you’re a power user that keep their brightness high and uses the 120Hz screen setting and you likely will as it’s a lot better to use than a 60Hz screen.

The good news is that the Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra are fast charging compatible with Quick Charge and Power Delivery, and in this guide, we’re going to be covering the chargers that you’re able to use to fast charge your phone whether you’re in a single a spot or if you’re on the go.

Aukey 36W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

The great part about Power Delivery charging is that it’s fast, many devices are compatible with the tech, and the chargers that do use Power Delivery don’t only have a single PD port anymore. This Aukey wall charger is a great all-around fast charger, with it being able to output an 18W charging speed from each port when you’re charging two devices at the same. An 18W charging speed is that what you’ll need to fast charge your Samsung Galaxy Note 20, and since the other port can output 18W, you can fast charge another phone at the same time.

The other great part about this wall charger is that if you’re charging a single device at a time, then the USB-C Power Delivery you’re charging from will be able to output 30W. This is very helpful if you own a USB-C Power Delivery chargeable laptop, as 30W of charging power is enough for most USB-C laptops to charge with.

Not charging related, but this wall charger also has a small form factor and its use of a foldable plug makes the charger easier for portability.

Read Review for Aukey 36W Dual USB-C PD Wall Charger

Specs of the Aukey PA-D2 36W PD Wall Charger:

  • Output:

Each Port when used at the same time: 18W | 36W Max Output

One Port Used: 30W

  • Input: 100-240V AC
  • LED Power Indicator: 1 Green LED Power Indicator
  • Size: 2.5 x 2.3 x 1.4 inches
  • Weight: 4.1 Ounces

Anker PowrePort Speed 4 Wall Charger

This Anker wall charger is more on par with chargers that you have probably used as it only uses USB-A ports to charge from. This Anker PowerPort Speed 4 wall charger has four ports, with three of the ports using 12W charging speed, and there’s a single Quick Charge 3.0 port that you can use to fast charge your Galaxy Note 20.

The main benefit of this charger is that you’re able to charge your Note 20 and charge another three devices at the same time. This is because the charger has a 43.5W max output so there’s a lot of power to go around.

Also, the wall charger has a small form factor and it also uses a foldable plug that does make taking it places easier. You’re easily able to place the charger into a pocket if you’d like.

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Specs of the Anker PowerPort Speed 4 USB Wall Charger with Quick Charge 3.0:

  • Output:

Quick Charge Port: 3.6 – 6.5V/3.0A | 6.5 – 9V/2.0A | 9-12V/1.5A

USB Port: 5V/2.4A

Max Output: 43.5W or 8.7A

  • LED Power Indicator: Flat Blue Power Indicator
  • Size: 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 5 Ounces

Aukey 6-Port Dual Quick Charge Desktop Charger

 

Another Aukey charger that we felt we needed to add is this Aukey 6-Port desktop charger. Yes, there are six ports, and it’s one of the main reasons why we wanted to add this charger as you’re able to charge six devices at the same time.

The other main reason why we recommend this charger is because it has two ports that use Quick Charge 3.0, so you’re able to fast charge two Quick Charge 3.0 compatible Android smartphones at the same time in addition to the standard four USB-A ports charging other devices. The charger has a power cord, too, and this makes it easier to place the charger wherever you’d like to place it.

The only real flaw to point out with this Aukey charger is that it does not come with any cables, and that’s quite a bummer considering that this charger has six ports to use.

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Specs of the Aukey 6-Port USB Charging Station with Quick Charge 3.0

  • # of USB Port: 6
  • Output:  

Standard Port Speed: 5V/2.4A

Quick Charge Speed: 5V-6V/3A | 6V-9V/2A | 9V-12V/1.5A

  • Input: 100-240V
  • LED Power Indicators: Single Green LED Light
  • Size: 4.0 x 2.8 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 7.3 Ounces

Satechi 60W Power Delivery Desktop Charger with Quick Charge

Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Charging Station

This Satechi desktop charger is built on fast charging, and that’s because this charger makes use of Power Delivery and Quick Charge. The Power Delivery port has a 60W charging speed, and this a lot of power that can be useful for fast charging smartphones and is most useful for charging most USB-C Power Delivery compatible laptops.

There are also three USB-A ports, with one using Quick Charge 3.0 and the other two USB-A ports share a 12W power output between each other. This Satechi desktop charger has a 75W max output, which means that there’s more power to around when charging four devices at the same time.

Something not power related is how this charger has a light sensor, and it’s able to dim and brighten the power light depending on how bright or dark your room is.

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Specs of the Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Charging Station:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V – 20V/3.0A (60W)

Quick Charge USB Port: 3.6-6V/3.0 | 6-9V/2.0A | 9-12V/1.5A

Standard Port: 5V/2.4A

  • Input:

Micro-USB or USB input Port: 100-240V AC input

  • LED Power Indicator: Single Blue LED Light
  • Size: 4 x 2.6 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 13.1 Ounces

RAVPower 20,000mAh 18W Power Delivery Power Bank

Portable charging for smartphones has changed quite a bit in recent years, and the most notable part of it is that higher-capacity power banks are more of the standard for when it comes to charging modern smartphones. This is because many phones have larger batteries, such as Note 20 using a 4,300mAh battery and Note 20 Ultra using a 4,500mAh battery. With their large batteries, using a 5,000mAh power bank may not make the most sense.

Instead, we recommend going for something like the above RAVPower portable charger. The above power bank has a 20,000mAh power capacity that can charge both versions of the Note 20 to full power about three times or four times.

The charging is also great with this power bank as it has a Quick Charge 3.0 port, an 18W Power Delivery port, and a 12W USB-A port. The power bank also has three ways you’re able to recharge it, with one input port being a Lightning input port for iPhones.

This RAVPower power bank even has a digital screen that shows the remaining power capacity, and also shows charging status and whether or not you’re fast charging.

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Specs of the RAVPower 20,000mAh USB-C PD Power Bank:

  • Power Capacity: 20,000mAh
  • Output:

Quick Charge Port: 5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

Standard USB-A Port: 5V/2.4A (12W)

  • Input:

USB-C Input: 5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

Micro-USB Input: 5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

Lightning Input: 5V/2.1A

  • LED Power Indicator: Digital Power Display
  • Size: 6.2 x 2.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Weight: 1 Pound

AideaZ 10,000mAh 18W Power Delivery Wireless Charging Power Bank

AideaZ 10,000mAh Wireless Charging Power Delivery Portable Charger

On the lower capacity side, there’s this AideaZ power bank that has a 10,000mAh power capacity. This much power capacity can charge the Note 20 to full power about one or two times.

Even with its lower capacity, the charger still makes use of three methods of charging. There are two output ports, One 18W Power Delivery port, and USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 port. The third way to charge is wireless charging and you’re able to charge your Note 20 by placing your smartphone at the top of the power bank. That said, as convenient as the wireless charging is, it’s only 5W, so it’s going to be significantly slower than charging from the ports.

The power bank is also able to recharge at Power Delivery speeds or Quick Charge speeds.

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Specs of the AideaZ 10,000mAh Wireless Charging Power Delivery Portable Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5-6V/3A | 6-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A (18W)

USB-A Quick Charge Port: 5-6V/3A | 6-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A (18W)

Wireless Charging: 5W

  • Input:

Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A

USB-C Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A

  • LED Power Indicator: Digital Power Capacity Display
  • Size: 4.1 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 7.4 Ounces

RAVPower 48W USB-C Power Delivery Car Charger

Being able to charge your smartphone while you’re driving is not new, but having the ability to fast charge your phone while you’re driving can be important as you may need your phone and have a relatively short drive.

This RAVPower car charger has the best of both worlds since the car charger has a 30W Power Delivery port and an 18W Quick Charge 3.0. You can use either of the ports to fast charge your Note 20, and with a 30W Power Delivery port, you’re also able to charge a USB-C Power Delivery laptop. The other great part is that this car charger has a 48W max output, so you’re able to use both ports at their max power at the same time.

Specs of the RAVPower Power Delivery 48W Car Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/2.5A | 15V/2A | 20V/1.5A | (30W)

USB-A Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

  • Input: DC 12-24V/5A
  • LED Power Indicator: Circular Blue LED Light
  • Size: 2.7 x 1.5 x 1.1 in
  • Weight: 1.2 Ounces

Aukey 3-Port 42W Quick Charge Car Charger

Aukey 3-Port Car Charger with Quick Charge

Being able to charge multiple devices at the same time with a car charger can be very useful if you have many passengers. This Aukey car charger has three ports, so you’re able to charge three devices at the same time. Not only that, one of the ports features Quick Charge 3.0 for fast charging, and the better news is that the max output of this car charger is 42W, which means that you’re able to use all the ports at their max power at the same time.

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Specs of the Aukey 3-Port Car Charger with Quick Charge:

  • Output:

Quick Charge Port: 3.6V-6.5V/3A | 6.5V-9V/2A | 9V-12V/1.5A

Each Standard Port: 5V/2.4A

Max Output: 42W

  • Input:
  • LED Power Indicator: 4 Blue LED Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 2.4 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Weight: 0.9 Ounces

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