Congratulations, you’re rich if you can afford to own a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. Or you might be making some bad financial decisions. Whatever it may be, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is fantastic because it has a folding screen and top-tier specs. However, one of the things that I find strange is that the Z Fold 4 has a 4,400mAh battery. Sure, that’s a pretty large battery size that many other phones have. The Z Fold has a massive 120Hz refresh rate screen. This means that the battery will be depleted faster than most other phones.
The good news is that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is compatible with 25W super-fast charging, and that’s why I’ve created this guide to recommend a charger that can get your Z Fold 4 near or at full power a lot faster.
UGREEN Nexode 45W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger
A simple charger is likely the top choice because of how small yet powerful they are; this UGREEN Nexode 45W charger is exactly that. The Nexode 45W has two USB-C ports; if you’re charging a single device from this charger, the output is 45W. If you’re charging from both USB-C ports simultaneously, there will be a 20W and 25W split.
When it comes to charging two devices simultaneously, the first device you plug into one of the USB-C ports is the one that can get 25W, and then the second device you plug in will get 20W. That is what I found in my full review of this charger. So if you want to fast charge your Galaxy Z Fold 4, you can do it alone; or if you’re charging two devices, make sure you plug in your Z Fold 4 first.
This charger also uses GaN, which enables the charger to be smaller, which is why it has a cube form factor with about 1-inch dimensions. The charger uses a foldable plug that makes portability easier. Read my detailed review article or watch my video review for more insights on the UGREEN Nexode 45W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger.
Baseus 65W 3 Port Power Delivery Wall Charger
Adding on more ports and a 65W max output, this is the Baseus 65W Power Delivery wall charger. This charger has two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port; charging power from the ports changes depending on how many devices you charge simultaneously. If you want to ensure that you can fast charge your Z Fold 4 at all times, then USB-C 1 will be the port to go with.
If you’re charging a single device, USB-C 1 and USB-C 2 can output 65W, while the USB-A port will output 60W. If you can fast charge your Galaxy Z Fold 4 while also charging another device, you want to charge from USB-C 1, as the USB-C 2 and the USB-A port will output 18W.
Charging from all three ports on this charger will result in a 45W output from USB-C 1, while the USB-C 2 and the USB-A port share a 15W. So you can still fast charge your Z Fold 4 even when using all the ports on this charger. Explore the Baseus 65W 3-Port Power Delivery Wall Charger in my review article.
AOHI Dual USB-C 40W Fast Wall Charger
This AOHI 40W wall charger is pretty different in its design because the ports are at the bottom rather than the front. As unusual as the design is, this charger is tiny, slim, and powerful. You can fully use the 40W Power Delivery output if you’re charging a single device, which can super fast charge your Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, charging two devices simultaneously does split the max output to 20W from each port so that you can at least fast charge your Z Fold phone, but it won’t super fast charge.
Design-wise, the power light at the front of the charger changes colors depending on whether the charger is doing fast, standard, or slow charging. It’s a pretty cool feature that not many other chargers have. Discover more about the AOHI Dual USB-C 40W Fast Wall Charger in my comprehensive review article or video review.
VOLTME PD 3.1 140W Fast Charger with GaN III
This VOLTME Power Delivery 3.1 wall charger may be taking it too far to recommend simply because it has such a high power output. I’m recommending this charger because it’s the only USB-C Power Delivery wall charger you will need for all your devices if you own a USB-C laptop; this can charge your laptop while super fast charging your Galaxy Z Fold 4.
You can use a total of 140W when charging from USB-C 1; even when charging from all three ports, the USB-C 1 port will output 65W, the USB-C 2 port will output 45W, and the USB-A port will output 22.5W. This is truly the ultimate charger to own fast charging any USB-C compatible device, and the best part is that it uses GaN III, so this charger is still tiny for a 140W output. Check out my in-depth analysis of the VOLTME PD 3.1 140W Fast Charger with GaN III in my review article or video review.
PowerAdd Pro 20W 10,000mAh USB-C Power Bank
If you’re looking to charge your Galaxy Z Fold while you’re out going about your day, then a power bank is a great option. This charger PowerAdd Pro power bank has a 10,000mAh capacity to get at least a single full charge for your Z Fold 4. Charging power is alright from this power bank because it has an 18W USB-C Power Delivery port, so you won’t be able to super fast charge your Z Fold, but it will at least fast charge at 18W.
The small size of this power bank is one of the best parts, as it only has a 0.6-inch thickness and can easily slide into your pocket. At the top of the power bank is an LCD that shows the remaining capacity. Learn more about the PowerAdd Pro 20W 10,000mAh USB-C Power Bank by reading my review article or watching my video.
iWalk LinkPod Y2 9,600mAh USB-C Power Bank
One other power bank I wanted to recommend is this iWalk LinkPod Y2 power bank. This power bank has a built-in USB-C cable, which is the only way to charge from the power bank; the built-in cable has an 18W Power Delivery charging speed, so you can fast charge your Z Fold 4. The reason why I’m not recommending higher wattage power bank is that those tend to be very expensive and not worth just charging your Z Fold 4; however, if you do want to super fast charge your Z Fold 4 with a power bank, then I recommend the Baseus Blade 100W PD power bank.
Back to the LinkPod Y2 power bank, there are two ways to recharge it: via the built-in USB-C cable plugged into a wall charger or the USB-C input port. Since this power bank has a max recharging speed of 18W, I recommend using a 20W PD wall charger. See my full review article or video for the iWalk LinkPod Y2 9,600mAh USB-C Power Bank.
Baseus 65W Power Delivery Car Charger
If you want to super fast charge your Galaxy Z Fold 4 wheel you’re driving, this Baseus 65W car charger is a good choice. This car charger has a USB-A port and a USB-C port. If you’re charging a single device from the USB-A port, it has a 30W output, while the USB-C port will have a 65W output. Charging from both ports simultaneously will result in a 45W Power Delivery output from USB-C 1 and an 18W output from USB-A. So you can still supercharge your Galaxy Z Fold 4 super fast from the USB-C port, even if you’re charging two devices simultaneously. Find out more about the Baseus 65W Power Delivery Car Charger in my review article.
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.