Please note that iPhones DO NOT not support QuickCharge –
- To fast-charge latest iPhone 12/11 series, SE 2020, XR, XS, XS Max, X, 8, 8+ from zero to 60% in 30 mins you need a USB-C PD charger such as Aukey Omnia or Anker Nano .
- To fast-charge old iPhones – iPhone 7, 7+, 6s, 6s+, 6+, 6 at twice the speed of Apple charger, best is to get a dual port charger Aukey Swift Dual Port ( UK type Plug version ). This will fast-charge your iPhone 7/6s/6 at twice the speed of Apple charger now and fast-charge your future iPhone 12/12 Pro/12 Mini/11/XR/SE 2020 etc. at 18-watts in future (zero to 60% in 30 mins).
Qualcomm’s QuickCharge 3.0 technology revolutionalised charging speeds for Android phones. It can charge compatible phones from zero to 80% in just 30-35 minutes using Quickcharge 3.0 wall chargers (or power banks).
Some phones that get fast charged using Quickcharge 3.0 or 2.0 wall chargers include Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S10, S10+, S10e, S9, S8, S7, Note 9, Note 8, S7, and S7 Edge, Edge Plus, and Note 5, LG V60, V50, V40, V30, LG V20, G8, G7, G6, G5, Moto Z2, Mi 9, 8 , HTC U11 series, HTC, Sony XZ, XZ1, and Nokia 8 etc. Here is a complete list of QuickCharge compatible smartphones/tablets.
Also, large capacity power banks such as the Aukey 20000 USB-C+ QC 3.0 that take almost 20 hours to charge from regular 1 Amp adapters get charged in just 6 hours with a QuickCharge 3.0 wall charger.
To get super rapid recharge times for your Quickcharge smartphones and power banks, you need a QuickCharge compatible wall charger.
All QuickCharge 3.0 compatible chargers also fully support Samsung’s Adaptive Fast Charging (used in Galaxy S10, S10+, S9, S9+, S8, S8+, S7, S7, S6, S7 Edge, Note 10, 9, Note 8, Note 5 etc) and Motorola’s Turbo Charging (used in Moto G series, Moto X, Moto Z series etc.). This will allow you to use a dual port QC 3.0 wall charger as a complete substitute to your phone’s charger and charge both your smartphone and your power bank at the same time.
Here is our pick of four best QuickCharge 3.0 compatible wall chargers selected for their solid and reliable build and excellent customer support history. We have only included dual-port chargers as they offer the best balance between price and versatility by enabling you to simultaneously charge your phone and powerbank at fast speed-
|Anker Powerport 18-watt Single Port||Anker Powerport 39-watt Dual QC Ports||RAVPower 39-watt Dual QC Ports||Aukey 39-watt Dual QC Ports|
|Ports||1 Quickcharge 3.0 USB||2 Quickcharge 3.0 USB||2 Quickcharge 3.0 USB||2 Quickcharge 3.0 USB|
|Max Output||18-watt||39-watt Dual Quickcharge simultaneous (21-watt + 18-watt)||36-watt Dual Quickcharge simultaneous (18-watt + 18-watt)||39-watt Dual Quickcharge simultaneous (21-watt + 18-watt)|
|Fast charge Samsung S20/S10, S9, S8 & LG/Mi Quickcharge 3.0 phones to 50% in 30 mins|
|Weight||2.4oz (70 grams)||4.6oz (130 grams)||3.8oz (115 grams)||4.1oz (120 grams)|
|Size||2.1 x 2.2 x 1.1 inches||2.4 x 2.4 x 1.1 inches||2.09 x 2.09 x 1.06 inches||2.52 x 2.48 x 1.10 inches|
Best Single Port QuickCharge 3.0 Wall Charger
Anker 18 Watt USB Wall Charger
If you are simply looking for the lightest foldable pins Quickcharge 3.0 wall charger and need only one charging port, then nothing beats the build quality of Anker 18 watt Quickcharge 3.0 wall charger. Feather light at just 2.4 oz (68 grams), this charger fits effortlessly in your bags and comes with folding pins for even more convenient packing.
Anker 18 watt Quickcharge 3.0 charger will charge all iPhones at more than twice the speed (2.4 amp fast-charging) of Apple iPhone chargers (1-amp). The charger delivers 2.4 amps maximum current to the iPhones and iPads. 2.4 amp is maximum charging current supported by iPhone 7, 7 Plus and older.
The charger fast charges (zero to 50% in 30 minutes) all latest Samsung phones including S10, S10+, S8, S8+, Note 9/8, S7, S6, S5) and is an excellent replacement for old Samsung phone chargers. Anker 18 watt Quickcharge 3.0 charger. will also charge your Quickcharge 3.0/2.0 input power bank at super-fast speeds. Anker 18 watt Quickcharge 3.0 charger will charge all Quickcharge compatible phones such as LG G8, G7, g6, V50, V40, V30) from zero to 80% in about 35 minutes.
Anker 18 watt Quickcharge 3.0 charger Pros
- 2.4 oz (68 grams) – feather light and small at about 2 x 2 x 1.1 inches
- Fast-charges all QuickCharge 3.0 Android phones such as Mi 9/8, LG G8, G7, G5, G4 etc.
- Fast-charges latest Samsung phones including S10, Note 9/8, S9, S9+, S8, S6, S5, S4
- Charges all iPhones including the new iPhone XS/XR/X/8/8+ at twice the speed of Apple iPhone chargers
- Can charge iPads at same speed as Apple iPad chargers (12 watt or 2.4 amps)
- Folding pins are convenient for travel
- Excellent build quality
Best QuickCharge Wall Charger with Dual QuickCharge ports
RAVPower 36 Watt USB Wall Charger with Dual Quick Charge 3.0 Ports
RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger is our next top choice among QuickCharge wall chargers as it offers two Quickcharge ports and comes with solid build quality. While most other QC 3.0 wall chargers offer one QC 3.0 port and one “smart” port, the RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger offers two Quickcharge 3.0 ports, allowing you to charge both your Quickcharge 3.0/2.0 input powerbank and your Quickcharge 3.0/2.0 compatible phone at lightning speed at the same time from the same power socket!
Both the QC 3.0 ports of RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger can also act as smart fast-charging ports for non-Quickcharge compatible phones (such as iPhones) as well and offer fast charging current of up to 2.4 Amp – the maximum charging current supported by iPhone 7, 7 Plus and older. This means that both the ports of RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger will charge all iPhones including the new iPhone XS/XR/X/8/8+ at double the speed of stock Apple iPhone 1-amp chargers – zero to 50% in 35-45 minutes.
RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger weighs just 3.6 oz (110 grams) and comes with foldable pin design for easy storage for travel.
RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger Pros
- Two Quickcharge ports can charge two phones or a power bank and phone fastest speeds at same time
- Fast-charges all Quickcharge 3.0 compatible Android phones such as LG G8, V40, V30, G7, G5, G4 etc.
- Fast-charges all Samsung phones including S10, S10+, S9, S9+, S8, Note 9/8, S6, S5, S4
- Charges all iPhones including the new iPhone XS/XR/X/8/8+ at more than twice the speed of Apple iPhone chargers
- Can charge iPads at same speed as Apple iPad chargers (12 watt or 2.4 amps)
- 4.6 oz weight
- Folding pins are convenient for travel
- Top-notch build quality
Best Dual Port QuickCharge Wall Charger (Runner-Up)
Aukey USB Wall Charger with Dual Quick Charge 3.0 Ports
Aukey Dual Charge wall charger is our next choice among QuickCharge wall chargers as it offers two QuickCharge 3.0 ports, and good build quality at a decent price point! The Aukey dual wall charger offers two QC 3.0 ports allowing you to charge both your Quickcharge input powerbank and QC input phone at superfast speed at the same time from one wall socket!
Both the QC 3.0 ports of Aukey Dual Charge wall charger can also act as smart high amp fast-charging ports for non-Quickcharge devices and offer adaptive fast charging current of up to 2.4 Amp.
Aukey charger is at #2 as we felt that the build quality of RAVPower 36-watt Dual QC3.0 charger or Anker QuickCharge 39 W Dual Charge 3.0 is much better than the Aukey Dual QC 3.0 charger!
Best Multi-Port QuickCharge Wall Charger (4+ ports)
Anker 43.5W 4-port USB Wall Charger
Anker 43.5 watt 4-port USB charger is our #4 choice. This wall charger comes with one QC 3.0 port and 3 PowerIQ “smart” ports that can adaptively offer maximum charging current of up to 2.4 Amp. With a total power output of 43.5 watt, Anker 43.5 watt 4-port wall charger is a good charger for making maximum use of a wall socket to charge devices for the whole family at once including one Quick Charge 3.0 device.
Anker 43.5 watt 4-port wall charger also has a foldable design and comes with Anker’s standard 18-month warranty. This is a hefty solidly built wall charger with a weight of about 4.7 ounces (about 140 gm).
15 thoughts on “Best QuickCharge 3.0 Wall Chargers”
Fantastic site here! I’ve been on it all day reading! OK I don’t really have a question for you guys, but I’m hoping to see some article on cables and meters. Love to hear what you guys have to say about them.
Keep up the great work here.
Hi, Best guide on the web! Ravpower RP-PB043 powerbank rated maximum input is 12 volts 2 amps QC 3.0 or 24 watts. It is also 5 V 2A , 9V 2A max input. I am looking for a charger with 12V 2A 24 watt output. Most seem capped at 1.5 amps 12 volts. Grateful for your help.
Hi Conner, There are many such 24-w QC 3.0 chargers. RAVPower also has a 24-watt QuickCharge 3.0 charger!. And here is another 24-watt QC 3.0 charger from iClever
Thank you for your fast reply! I use the Ravpower Turbo+ RP-PB043 battery bank with my Samsung S7 and S10+ because it is on Qualcomm’s list of certified QC 3.0 devices and chargers. The RP-PC007 Ravpower 24 watt wall charger looks ideal for this bank but it isn’t on the Qualcomm list. I am leery of non-Qualcomm-certified “QC compatible” chargers because of reports of damaged devices. For example the iClever has customer fb on a burned Galaxy S7. My habit with Samsung 15 watt AFC/QC 2.0 5V to 9V phones is to never connect any ac wall charger which has more power or higher voltage available even if it claims to be backward compatible due to reports of damaged devices. I make an exception for Turbo+ bank due to it being certified and my observation that it doesn’t heat the phone battery above 92F. Currently charging the bank with Motorola Turbo 18 watt 5-12V wall charger which can not charge the bank at full 24 watt rate. I have tried Samsung’s EP-TA300 25 watt charger which charges the bank much faster making the battery noticeably warmer but worried it does not have proper QC 3.0 controller. Grateful for any alternate suggestions including o.e.m. phone chargers even if not QC listed. Original Xiaomi 1A1C ?
Yes, Mi 9’s 27-watt Sonic charger is Quickcharge 4+ compatible and backwards compatible for Quickcharge 3.0 – outputs neat 12v up to 2.25 volts max . Other than this one, I cannot think of a charger with 24-watt reliable QC 3.0 Motorola also sells a 27-watt TurboPower version but it cannot output 12 volts (After 9 it outputs 15) . It does have a 9v @ 3amp mode but still I will not be comfortable. Ultimately, what fries phones is higher voltage than they are designed for and 15v risks messing the phone. If you find a charger, do not worry about higher amp rating as the phone will only draw the amps what it needs. No way can charger push higher amps.
Considering the wall charger are extremely expensive in Canada, should I go for this Anker PowerCore+ 26800 QC 3.0 with QC wall charger instead of Anker 39W USB Wall Charger + PowerCore II 20000?
Same price here in Canada
What do you recommend? I own an Iphone 5s. (I might upgrade for either Iphone 6/7 or Samsung S7/S7 Edge. Don’t know yet)
Sorry about all my questions 🙁
Good morning. Me again.
Your 3rd option is half price: RAVPower QC 3.0 30-watt dual wall charger
Would it be a good option if I keep an iphone?
I would have 1 QC port that would charge the powerbank in 5 hours + 1 iSmart port for the iphone (regular charge)??? Do I understand correctly?
The Anker39W wall charger is sooooooo expensive in Amazon Canada. As expensive as the Powerbank itself. It’s crazy 🙁
Hi!, The Canadian price for Anker 39W dual charger is indeed waaayyy higher than US price at the moment, making it an unreasonable purchase at the current price! RAVPower QC 3.0 dual wall charger is a much better option.
Yes, RAVPower QC 3.0 dual charger will fast-charge the PowerCore II 20000 (18 watt) in 5 hrs and fast charge your iphone 5s/6/7 (10-12 watt) at once.
Good morning and thanks for this amazing website!!!!
Sorry for my English, as I’m French 🙂
After reading ALL the reviews, I will go for the powerbank PowerCore II 20000 as you suggested. I have an old Iphone SE right now but will soon upgrade to either S7/S7 Edge or iPhone 6/6S/7.
I want to buy a wll charger with two ports, as you wrote ” allowing to charge both your Quickcharge input powerbank and QC input phone at lightning speed at the same time from the same wall socket”
I see that you recommend the Anker 39W USB Wall Charger with Dual Quick Charge 3.0 Ports. However my future Galaxy or Apple phone will not benefit from QC so is that worth paying more for the Anker 39W than the Aukey Dual Charge 3.0 or the other RAV power you suggest?
Will it AT LEAST charge my powerbank faster? 🙂
If not, what other Anker wall charger will be the best for me? (I trust Anker after reading all the great reviews!)
Thanks a lot 🙂
(Or maybe upgrade to Galaxy S8 et S8+ . Not sure yet)
Your Samsung S7/S7 Edge or S8/S8+ will benefit from the QC 3.0 ports on Anker 39W USB Wall Charger as S7/S8 support QC 2.0 (about 50% charge in 30 mins) and all QC 3.0 ports on powerbanks and wall-chargers also support QC 2.0 charging as well.
Anker 39W USB Wall Charger will also be able to charge your PowerCore II 20000 at fastest speed (in just 5 hours) as well as PowerCore II 20000 also supports Qc 2.0 equivalent fast charging.
Glad to be of help! Thanks!
Oh yes, you helped me A LOT!! Your website is incredibly useful!
I will buy everything this week 🙂
So basically, is it worth paying more for the Anker 39W than the other cheaper Aukey Dual Charge 3.0 or the other RAV power you suggest?
(If I buy an IPhone 6/6S/7 – still thinking about it – they not support QC so the 39W will only be great to charge the Powercore II faster, I guess)
I just saw that the device has no battery.
I need this power bank to power an IP Cam in the case the 220V is cut off. During power failure, the power bank would supply the 5V to the camera. ¿It’s possible with this kind of dispositive?
Yes, A 5-volt IP cam can be charged with a powerbank. If your powerbank has micro-USB power input, you can plug it directly into the powerbank using a common USB-to-microUSB cable used for charging phones.
However, if your IP cam does not have a micro-USB type power adapter, you have two options –
#1 (Recommended) Buy a 220 volt AC outlet type powerbank, such as Chargetech Portable AC battery pack and connect your IP cam power adapter to the powerbank. The EU/UK version of RAVPower 27000 portable AC charger also delivers 220 volt AC.
#2 (DIY, Risky, but more efficient, and low cost) If you are comfortable with a bit of tinkering, you can rewire/solder a USB to micro-usb cable with an adapter suitable for your IP cam to supply 5 volts to your Ip cam. Use a multimeter to identify the correct wires and polarity. Pay special attention to polarity (identify the + and – of your output adapter and check the final output end both before and after the rewiring) as reverse polarity can easily brick the IP cam.