The Galaxy Tab S6 is Samsung’s new tablet, and even though Apple is widely known for its iPad, Samsung has also provided quite a lot of value with its tablets.
The Tab S6 comes in at a size of 10.5 inches with a 1600 x 2560 Super AMOLED display. It has a Snapdragon 855, and you can choose between a 6GB or 8GB version of the tablet. Of course, the tablet has a large 7,040mAh battery that can keep it running for quite a while.
With that said, even with its larger battery, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 still uses a lot of power, which is especially true with its larger screen. And if you’re using it for a long time, the battery can run out of power faster than you think.
That’s why, in this guide, we will cover the types of chargers you should be using to charge your Galaxy Tab S6.
VOLTME 35W 2 Port USB-C Charger
The first charger I’m recommending is this VOLTME 35W 2 port USB-C charger. You can use the total 35W of Power Delivery when charging a single device at a time, and this is more than enough power to fast charge your Galaxy Tab S6; however, 35W of PD can be useful for charging certain USB-C laptops.
A big plus for this charger is that when you’re charging two devices simultaneously, the max output becomes 36W, and you can use 18W from each port. This makes it possible to fast charge your Tab S6 while you also fast charge a phone or another tablet simultaneously. Read my review article on the VOLTME 35W 2 Port USB-C Charger for more insights.
VOLTME 65W 3 Port USB-C Charger
One other VOLTME charger I wanted to recommend is this VOLTME 65W charger. Yes, this is a lot of power, but it can be useful to fast charge larger devices while fast charging your Galaxy Tab S6. USB-C 1 and USB-C 2 ports can output 65W of Power Delivery when charging a single device.
While charging from USB-C 1 and USB-C 2 simultaneously gives a 45W and 18W power split, it is possible to charge a laptop and fast charge your Tab S6. In my testing, I could charge my Lenovo laptop and fast charge my Note 9 with this VOLTME charger from the two USB-C ports.
Charging three devices simultaneously has the USB-C 1 port outputting 45W, while the USB-C 2 and the USB-A ports share a 15W output. Learn more about this product by reading my review article or watching my video review of the VOLTME 65W 3-Port USB-C Charger.
UGREEN 100W 4 Port Desktop Charger
Going even higher on the power output, this UGREEN 100W charger has four ports. What matters most for this UGREEN charger is even if you’re charging three devices, such as USB-C 1, 2, and 3, the C-3 port can still output 22.5W; this lets you fast charge your Galaxy Tab S6 while fast charging another two devices from the other two USB-C ports.
That said, charging from all four ports simultaneously makes the USB-C 3 and the USB-A port output 10.5W, so you won’t be able to get 15W fast charging, but it comes close enough. Or you can charge from the C-1 or C-2 port when charging four devices. Discover the capabilities of the UGREEN 100W 4 Port Desktop Charger in my review article or my detailed video review.
AOHI MagCube 30W Charger
The most minimal and powerful charger I’ve ever reviewed is this AOHI 30W charger. The charger has just a USB-C port with a 30W Power Delivery output. The only downside to this charger is that you can only charge a single device at a time. Design-wise, this AOHI charger is pretty cool. It has an LED power light that changes color depending on charging status and only has 1-inch dimensions. Check out my review article for a comprehensive look at the AOHI MagCube 30W Charger.
PowerAdd 20W 10,000mAh Power Bank
The Galaxy Tab S6 may have a large 7,040mAh battery, but you don’t need something too fancy when charging it with a power bank. If you still want many hours of runtime with the tablet but with an easily portable charger, I recommend this PowerAdd 10,000mAh power bank.
Along with the 10,000mAh capacity, this PowerAdd charger has a 20W USB-C PD port and an 18W USB-A Quick Charge port, giving you two fast-charging options. The PowerAdd power bank is also very slim and can fit most pockets. Read my review article or watch my video to learn more about the PowerAdd 20W 10,000mAh Power Bank.
iWalk LinkPod 4,800mAh USB-C Power Bank
This iWalk LinkPod power bank may not be ideal for charging a tablet, but its portability and usage make it worth recommending. Then, the power bank already has a built-in USB-C connector that you plug into your Galaxy Tab S6 to charge. Also, the charging speed is 18W, so it can fast charge your Tab S6.
The 4,800mAh capacity of the iWalk power bank will not charge up the Tab S6 to full power, but it provides many more hours of runtime. Explore the features of the iWalk LinkPod 4,800mAh USB-C Power Bank in my review article or video review.
Baseus 65W USB-C Car Charger
If you want to fast charge your Tab S6 while driving, I recommend this Baseus 65W car charger. The USB-C port on the charger has a 65W output when charging a single device, but when you’re charging two devices, the USB-C output drops to 45W, and the USB-A port outputs 18W. The car charger comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable. Read my review article on the Baseus 65W USB-C Car Charger for an in-depth analysis.
Since 2016, Usman has flourished as an independent tech journalist, reveling in the evaluation of diverse tech gadgets, with a particular fondness for charging technology to ascertain product performance. Besides his journalistic endeavors, he helms the Charger Harbor YouTube channel, where he extends his tech insights to a broader audience.