Best Quick Charge 3.0 USB Wall Chargers

A USB wall charger is likely the type of charging electronic that you use the most to charge your portable devices such as smartphones, tablets and also laptops can now be charged with a wall charger if it’s USB-C Power Delivery compatible. If there’s charging technology that has proven itself to be used a lot and also very useful right beside Power Delivery, it would have to be, Quick Charge. Quick Charge is compatible with many Android smartphones on the market and so if you have an Andriod smartphone that has a Snapdragon processor, then you likely have a Quick Charge compatible smartphone.

The use of Quick Charge with USB wall chargers has been quite plentiful on the market, so we’ve chosen the best wall chargers that use Quick Charge, so you’re able to get the best fast charging experience for your smartphone and also for other devices that you may want to charge at the same time.

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The first Quick Charge wall charger that we’re recommending is a very simple one that comes from, Aukey. It’s their single port Quick Charge wall charger, so you can only charge a single device with this charger and so it’s best to get this charger if you only plan on charging a single device at a time, and it’s basically a good replacement for a wall charger that comes with your smartphone. You can also charge Non-Compatible Quick Charge smartphones and other USB chargeable devices with this charger and they will simply charge at a 5V/2.4A charging speed.

One thing that this charger does not have is a retractable AC adapter and that’s something that we wish it did have as it would improve portability. At the same time, with the use of an AC adapter that just sticks out, it offers a better build quality and less of a chance of the wall charger to break apart.

Specs of the Aukey PA-T9 Quick Charge 3.0 Wall Charger:

  • Output:

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

Standard: 5V/2.4A

  • Input: 100-240V
  • LED Power Indicator: No
  • Size: 2.6 x 2.0 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 1.8 Ounces

Anker PowerPort+ 2 Quick Charge Wall Charger

One more port up than the previous wall charger would be Anker’s PowerPort+ 2 wall charger. This charger has one standard port and a Quick Charge port. The standard port has a 5V/2.4A charging speed, which is basically one of the fastest standard charging speeds that you can have. The other port, of course, features Quick Charge and so you can fast charge Quick Charge compatible smartphones and one other device with this charger at the same time. Also, this it has a retractable AC adapter that makes portability with the charger a lot easier.

Specs of the Anker PowerPort 2 with Quick Charge 3.0:

  • Output:

Quick Charge Port: 5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A

Standard Port: 5V/2.4A

  • Input: AC 100-240V
  • LED Power Indicators: None
  • Size: 2.6 x 2.6 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 5.1 ounces

Anker PowerPort Speed 4 Wall Charger

Another wall charger from Anker that has more charging ports is their PowerPort Speed 4 wall charger. It features a total of four USB charging ports, with three of them being standard ports and then there’s a single Quick Charge port. Each of the standard ports on the charger has a 5V/2.4A charging speed, while the Bue port uses Quick Charge to charge compatible devices at their max charging speed. The max output of the wall charger is 43.5W, so there’s 18W for the Quick Charge port, and then there’s about 24W that’s available for all the standard ports. Since each of the standard ports has a 12W output, you can basically use the max power of two standard ports at the same time and still have a Quick Charge smartphone charging at max power.

While charging three standard devices may split the 24W output for the standard ports, 18W of charging power is always reserved for the Quick Charge port to make sure that your main device is charging at its max charging speed. Perhaps one of the best parts of this charger is that it still maintains its wall charger form factor with its use of a built-in retractable AC adapter.

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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

PowerAdd 3-Port Quick Charge and USB-C Wall Charger

This PowerAdd 3-port wall charger is one of the most versatile wall chargers on the market and that’s because it basically uses three different charging ports. So there are two USB-A ports, with one being a standard port that has a 5V/2.4A charging speed, and the other one uses Quick Charge 3.0. The one other port is a USB-C port that has a 5V/3.0A charging speed.

The USB-C port on this charger does not feature Power Delivery so it won’t fast charge USB-C compatible laptops, but you can still charge a few USB-C laptops such as the USB-C MacBook but it won’t charge at its max charging speed. You can also use the USB-C port to charge USB-C smartphones, but in this case, if you have a USB-C smartphone that is also Quick Charge compatible, then it’s best to use the Quick Charge port.

The max output of this wall charger is 43W, so you can actually use the max power of all the ports at the same time.

Review for PowerAdd 3-Port Quick Charge and USB-C Wall Charger

Specs of the PowerAdd 3-Port USB-C / Quick Charge 3.0 Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C: 5V/3.0A

Standard USB-A: 5V/2.4A

Quick Charge Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A

Max Output: 43W

  • Input: 100V-240V/AC
  • LED Power Indicator: None
  • Size: 3.0 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 6.1 Ounces

Anker PowerPort Speed 5 USB Charging Station

Then there are USB charging stations, and these are basically like wall chargers but they use more charging ports which allows you to charge more devices at the same time. Another thing to know about desktop charging stations is that they use a power cord instead of a built-in AC adapter simply because there are too many ports being used for an AC adapter to support all the weight. That said, the use of a power cord can actually be better as you have the charger closer to you and not just be reliant on the length of your charging cable.

The first desktop charging station that we’re recommending is Anker’s PowerPort Speed 5 USB charging station. There are a total of five USB charging ports on this charger, with three of them using a 5V/2.4A charging speed, and then there are two Quick Charge 3.0 USB ports. So you can actually charge two Quick Charge compatible smartphones at their max charging speed at the same time. This is like charging a Samsung Galaxy S8 and an LG V30 at their max power at once.

At the same time, you can have another three devices charging while you charge your Quick Charge smartphones. The max power output of this charger is 63W, so 36W is for the two Quick Charge ports and then there’s 27W available for the three standard ports.

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Specs of the Anker PowerPort Speed 5 Wall Charger:

  • Output:

Blue Charging Ports with Quick Charge:  3.6V-6.5V / 3A, 6.5V-9V / 2A, 9V-12V / 1.5A       AND      5V/2.4A

Power IQ Charging ports: 5V/2.4A

  • Input: AC 100-240V
  • Quick Charge: Yes
  • LED Power Indicator: Yes
  • Size: 3.9 x 2.8 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 7.5 ounces

Aukey 6-Port Desktop Charging Stations with Two Quick Charge Ports

There’s even a level higher than the previous Anker PowerPort Speed 5 desktop charger that we just mentioned. This is Aukey’s 6-port charging station that also uses two Quick Charge ports. There are four standard ports that each have a 5V/2.4A charging speed, and the max output of this desktop charger is 60W. So there’s 36W available for the two Quick Charge ports, as each Quick Charge port is able to output an 18W charging rate.

This means that there’s 24W available among the four standard ports, so you can actually use the max power of two standard ports while at the same time charging two Quick Charge compatible smartphones. If you’re charging a total of four devices with the standard ports then the 24W charging output will be split up between the four charging ports.

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Specs of the Aukey Charging Station with 6-Ports and Quick Charge:

  • Output:

Each USB-A Port: 5V/2.4A

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

  • Input: AC 100-240V
  • LED Power Indicators: None
  • Size: 4.06 × 2.80 × 1.02 inches
  • Weight: 7.2 ounces

Anker PowerPort+ 6 Desktop Charging Station

Anker also their own 6 port charging station, but this charger of theirs uses just a single Quick Charge port to charge your smartphone at its max charging speed. While each of the other five standard USB charging stations each has a 5V/2.4A charging speed. So there’s 18W for the Quick Charge port, and then there’s 42W available for standard ports. As a result, even if you’re charging your Quick Charge smartphone and at the same time if you  want to charge five other devices with this PowerPort+ 6 charging station, then each of the standard ports won’t have to slow down their charging speed too much as they have an ample amount of power to supply the device you’re charging.

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Specs of the Anker PowerPort+ 6 with Quick Charge 3.0:

  • Output:

Power IQ: 5V/2.4A Per Port

Single Quick Charge 3.0 Port: 3.6-6.5V/2.4A | 6.5-9V/2A | 12V/1.5A

  • Input: 100-240V AC input
  • Quick Charge: Yes
  • LED Power Indicator: No
  • Size: 3.6 x 2.3 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 7 Ounces

Satechi 75W USB-C Power Delivery Desktop Charging Station with Quick Charge

This Satechi desktop charger is one of the best on the market, well it’s one of best provided that you own a Power Delivery and a Quick Charge compatible device. That’s because this charger features a USB-C Power Delivery port, a single Quick Charge port and to top it all off there are two 2.4 Amp standard ports

The USB-C Power Delivery port on this charger is very powerful as it has a 60W charging output, and that’s basically double than the usual 30W that most Power Delivery chargers tend to have. As a result, you can charge more powerful USB-C PD compatible laptops at or near their max charging speed. Also, there are some smartphones on the market that are Power Delivery and Quick Chargers compatible, such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9. So if you can find a use for both the Quick Charge and Power Delivery, on this Satechi charger then we highly recommend purchasing it as it offers very powerful PD charging and Quick Charge 3.0.

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

Quick Charge Output Capacity: 5,900mAh

  • 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: 100-240V AC input
  • LED Power Indicator: Single Blue LED Light
  • Size: 4 x 2.6 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 13.1 Ounces

Anker PowerPort II 30W Power Delivery Wall Charger

The final Quick Charge wall charger that we have to recommend is Anker’s PowerPort II Power Delivery wall charger. It might not look like it but the USB-A port on this charger does actually feature Quick Charge, and in this case, it’s called Anker’s PoweriQ 2.0 charging tech that’s able to output 18W of charging power, which is basically the equivalent to how much Quick Charge is able to supply. The USB-C Power Delivery on this charger has a 30W output and that’s fast enough to charge all Power Delivery compatible smartphones at their max charging speed and some laptops can also charge at their max rate with that charging power.

Another thing is that since this charger has a 49.5W max output, you’re able to use the max power of the USB-C port and the USB-A port at the same time. Best of all, you get all this charging power in a wall charger form factor with a retractable AC adapter.

Read Review for Anker PowerPort II USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Specs of the Anker PowerPort II USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 30W

USB-C Port: 19.5W

  • Input: 100-240V AC
  • LED Power Indicator: 1 Blue LED Power Indicator
  • Size: 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 6.4 Ounces

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