The Samsung Galaxy S20 series introduces three models with varying battery sizes: the S20 with a 4,000mAh battery, the S20+ with a 4,500mAh battery, and the S20 Ultra with a significant 5,000mAh battery. These larger batteries support the phones’ advanced features, including the new Snapdragon 865 processor, up to 16GB of RAM in the S20 Ultra, and a power-intensive 120Hz screen. Given the high likelihood of using the smoother 120Hz refresh rate, carrying a power bank to keep your S20 charged, especially during extensive use, is recommended.
iWalk LinkPod USB-C Mini Power Bank
The first power bank I want to recommend is this iWalk LinkPod USB-C mini power bank. The LinkPod is one of the smallest chargers I’ve reviewed, and it has a USB-C connector that can plug in directly to your Galaxy S20. There is no need for a charging cable with this power bank because you can recharge the iWalk power bank by simply plugging it into a USB-C port on a wall charger.
The charging output is 18W from the USB-C connector, so this power bank does not feature PPS super fast charging, but it can fast charge your S20. You can also recharge the power bank from the USB-C port with a USB-C to USB-C cable.
This LinkPod power bank has a 4,800mAh battery capacity, so you likely won’t be able to charge your S20, S20 Plus, or S20 Ultra model to full power, but it will come close. A 4,800mAh power bank is enough to get your phone through the day, and you’ll have to recharge it. Gain more insights about this power bank by reading my detailed review article or watching my video review.
iWalk LinkPod Y2 Built-in USB-C Cable Power Bank
This iWalk LinkPod Y2 power bank is very similar to the previous iWalk power bank that I mentioned because this one has a built-in USB-C cable. The charging cable can charge your S20 at 18W, and you can recharge the power bank at 18W by plugging it into a wall charger. You can also recharge the power bank via the USB-C port.
The main reason to get this Y2 power bank over the previous model is that this one has a 9,600mAh battery capacity. So you can charge any Galaxy S20 model to full power and possibly have spare capacity to use later. Delve deeper into the features of this power bank with my comprehensive review article or video review.
Baseus 65W PD 20,000mAh Power Bank
The Baseus 65W power bank is perfect for charging the Galaxy S20 because it has a 45W PPS output that super fast charges the S20 Ultra and the S20 and S20 Plus phones. That said, super-fast charging is only available when charging from the USB-C port, with no other devices charging simultaneously.
The power bank has two USB-A Quick Charge ports to fast charge the S20. You can recharge the Baseus power bank at 60W when you use a 60W Power Delivery wall charger, which I recommend over using the Micro-USB input port, which is much slower.
This Baseus power bank has a 20,000mAh capacity that can charge even the S20 Ultra to full power about two times, and you may have spare capacity to use later. I better understand this power bank’s capabilities by reviewing my review article.
INIU B63 25,000mAh 65W Power Bank
This INIU power bank is similar to the Baseus power bank I recommended, with this one also having a 65W Power Delivery USB-C port. This INIU power bank also has a 30W PD USB-C port and a 22.5W USB-A Quick Charge port.
The 65W USB-C port does feature up to 45W of super-fast charging for your Galaxy S20, but that is only available when charging your S20 alone. The box with the power bank includes a USB-C to USB-C cable and a USB-C to USB-A cable. Explore the benefits and performance of this power bank through my review article or in-depth video review.
PowerAdd 20W USB-C Power Bank
On the more balanced side is this PowerAdd power bank with a 10,000mAh capacity, and you’ll get a single full charge for your S20. Charging power from this PowerAdd power bank is decent, with a 20W Power Delivery USB-C port and a USB-A 18W Quick Charge port. So, there is no super-fast charging in this case, but you can at least fast charge your S20.
Recharging is done from either the USB-C or Micro-USB input, and it doesn’t matter which port you use because recharging is the same at 18W. The small size of this power bank is a big plus because it has a 5-inch length and a 0.6-inch thickness that can slide right into a pocket. Learn about the unique aspects of this power bank in my extensive review article or detailed video review.
ROMOSS PEA30 30,000mAh Power Bank
The ROMOSS PEA30 power bank has a high 30,000mAh capacity, a ton of power that can charge up any model of the Galaxy S20 to full power about four times or more. So you can keep using this power bank for a few days without recharging it. This power bank has a 30W Power Delivery USB-C port on the charging side. However, the power bank does not feature PPS super fast charging. So the best you can fast charge your S20 at is 18W.
There are also two USB-A 22.5W Quick Charge ports. There are three ways you can use to recharge this ROMOSS power bank, and that would be from the USB-C, Micro-USB, or Lightning ports. I recommend using the USB-C port to recharge this power bank because it lets you recharge the ROMOSS power bank at 30W, while the Micro-USB and Lightning input ports only have a 15W recharging speed.
You’ll want to recharge the power bank at 30W because recharging 30,000mAh is a lot of power to replenish. Gain more insights about this power bank by reading my detailed review article or watching my video review.
Crave PowerPack 50,000mAh 60W Power Delivery Power Bank.
Okay, so you’re probably wondering what we were thinking about adding this Crave power bank to this guide. Well, why not?
This charger has a whopping 50,000mAh power capacity. If you want to be able to charge your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to full power wherever you are for the next week or possibly two weeks without any hiccups, then this is your power bank.
Along with that massive capacity, you get four very powerful ports. There are two PD ports, one outputting 18W of charging power and the other having a 60W charge rate. You can fast charge your Galaxy phone and charge a PD laptop simultaneously.
There are also two Quick Charge ports for fast charging more smartphones.
This power bank includes a 45W PD wall charger and a USB-C to USB-C cable to recharge it. To make things even better, this power bank also has an Aluminum case, just like the 20,000mAh model we mentioned earlier. Delve deeper into the features of this power bank with my comprehensive 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.