Top 5 Fast Chargers for Android

Fast chargers are becoming more commonplace for electronic devices in today’s fast-paced world. These chargers are designed to charge phones, laptops, and tablets faster and more efficiently than their previous counterparts. With everybody constantly on the move, who wouldn’t want their devices juiced up and ready to go in a fraction of the time?

With so many options available and constantly being added, finding the right one to fit your needs is difficult. Whether you are using your charger at your workspace or looking for a more mobile option, we have compiled a list of five different chargers that are sure to keep your electronics powered up and running at all times.

What’s Important?

Not all chargers are created equally. Some fast chargers only come with one port, but fortunately, we have only researched ones with the ability to charge multiple devices simultaneously. There are a number of important features to look for when choosing the right fast charger to suit your needs.


The amount of watts will help to determine how fast the charger can energize your device’s battery. To be considered a fast charger, it needs a minimum output of 15w. When a charger has several ports, it doesn’t mean that it will charge everything at the same rate. The energy is distributed to each port in use and should total up to the maximum output of the total wattage that it can handle. This will certainly affect charging times, but they will charge faster than a 5 or 10 watt charger.

Cables and Devices

This is an important factor to consider even though it isn’t necessarily about the charger itself. Older devices are not optimized for fast charging, so no matter how much power you pump into it, it won’t make a difference. The same thing can be said about cables. Some of them are older and can only handle a certain level of electrical flow through them, so when buying cords be sure to look at the amount of power that it can handle. It should be equivalent to how much power output your charger produces.

Number and Type of Ports

Fast chargers can have as many as seven ports that can be used at the same time. These often have over 100w just to be able to distribute the power appropriately. Depending on how many devices you carry and want to charge at one time, you should get one with the same amount of space. The type of ports is also important, and also requires consideration of the types of cords you have. Often times the chargers with multiple ports support USB-C as well as USB-A, so pay close attention to what you need.

Our Quick Picks for Fast Chargers

GravaStar Alpha65 Fast Charger (GaN 65W)

GravaStar brings it’s unique design and out of this world quality to fast chargers. The Alpha65 is very different than your average fast charger. This portable charger designed to look like a futuristic mech that will charge your electronic devices while providing them with an incredible amount of protective features as well. It has two USB-C and one USB-A slots and supplies 65W with the help of specialized GaN technology. GaN technology uses Gallium Nitride in the conductors for efficiency and to not produce as much heat as silicon and also allows for smaller sized chargers.


  • Uses GaN technology
  • Unique Mech design and two color options
  • 8 different types of protection for devices (overvoltage, overcurrent, short circuit, overtemperature, overpower, under voltage, electrostatic, anti-interference.)
  • US, UK, and EU plug options available
  • 3 charging ports (2 USB-C, 1 USB-A)
  • 65W
  • 3.33 x 2.36 x 3.50”

Anker 735 Charger

The Anker 735 charger is a super compact charger with a simple design that delivers an impressive 65W of power. This ultra small unit is about the same size as an Airpod charger and can charge up to three devices at once. With one unit plugged in, it uses the full 65W of power. Plugging in multiple cables will cause the power to be equally distributed amongst the connections. It is shockingly small and efficient thanks to the usage of GaN technology.


  • Super compact (3.33 x 2.36 x 3.50”)
  • 3 charging ports (2 USB-C, 1 USB-A)
  • 65W
  • GaN technology
  • Smart power distribution

Baseus 65W

Baseus has made this list because of its incredibly small design and power as well. To save space, the plug folds into the unit itself when it is not in use, to allow for maximum portability. This charger uses 65W to charge up to three different devices. The Baseus 65W is powered by GaN technology and uses intelligent power allocation to equally distribute power when several ports are being used to ensure that your devices get charged faster. It also protects from overpower, overvoltage, overheating, and short circuits.


  • Compact size (2.95 x 1.42 x 1.26”)
  • GaN technology
  • 65W
  • 3 charging ports (2 USB-C, 1 USB-A)
  • Four different types of protection (overpower, overvoltage, overheating, and short circuit)
  • 65W

AOHI Magcube 67W Dual-Port Foldable GaN Charger with LED Cable

The AOHI Magcube is another ultra compact GaN powered fast charger. This little guy packs quite the punch, but is only able to power two devices at once. Don’t worry though, it has several other useful features that are worth your while. On the front, there is an LED light that lets you know if it is fast, standard, or trickle charging. The Magcube also comes with a 4’ USB-C to USB-C cable that has an LED display to tell you the percentage that the battery is at.


  • Compact size (1.61 x 1.65 x 1.44”)
  • 2 charging ports (1 USB-C, 1 USB-A)
  • GaN technology
  • Smart power distribution
  • LED charging display
  • Included 4’ LED display power cable

Ugreen Nexode 100W

The Ugreen Nexode 100W is the most powerful charger on this list. It boasts a whopping 100W of power as well as the ability to charge up to four devices at once. There are three USB-C and one USB-A ports to fit all your needs. Like the previously mentioned units, it has GaN technology and distributes the power as you plug more in. The Nexode 100W also has protection from overcurrent, overvoltage, and short circuit as well.


  • 2.7 x 1.3 x 2.7”
  • 100W
  • GaN technology
  • 4 charging ports (3 USB-C, 1 USB-A)
  • Protection from overcurrent, overvoltage, and short circuit

Final thoughts

Charging your phones, laptops, and tablets is very important. With everyone being on the go constantly, it is more important than ever to be able to charge it in super faster than ever. All of these devices offer their own benefits, whether it is size, available ports, or aesthetics, there is a right one for you!

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