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Check out the best Samsung Galaxy S22 chargers you can buy

If you’re planning on getting the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S22 flagships, we also suggest pairing them up with the right accessories, with a charger being one of them. You can get up to 45W charging speeds on the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra — and up to 25W on the S22 — but only if you use a charger that supports both Power Delivery (PD) and Programmable Power Supply (PPS) technologies. That said, here are some of the best Galaxy S22 chargers that’ll ensure you get the best experience out of your new smartphone(s).

Straight from Samsung

Samsung 45W USB-C Super Fast Charging Wall Charger With Cable

Staff Pick


Samsung may not be shipping a charger in the box anymore, but that’s okay because it’d most likely be a 25W adapter anyway, and your Galaxy S22+ or S22 Ultra deserve the full 45W of Samsung’s Super Fast Charging speeds. You also get a USB-C to USB-C cable as part of the package.

$49 at Amazon

Small yet powerful

Anker Nano II 45W Fast Charger – Foldable charger


This little block of power features folding prongs and GaN II chips to keep both size and heat build-up to a minimum. Anker’s Nano II series offers one of the best chargers for Chromebooks and laptops, but PPS support makes it great for the Galaxy S22 as well. It’s worth mentioning you don’t get a cable with this thing.

$40 at Amazon

Minimally awesome

Elecjet 45-Watt USB-C Superfast Charger – Wall charger


Elecjet got into the PPS charger game back when the Note 10 launched, and remains a solid option even today with this 45W USB-C charger. Its super-minimal design and lack of branding also help it blend in with the rest of the chargers on your desk’s power strip.

$33 at Amazon

Stylish and compact

Spigen 45W ArcStation Pro GaN Charger


Spigen’s Samsung-focused ArcStation Pro is a bright white charger that’s about the size of Samsung’s own offering. It has a foldable plug and ‘Power Quality Technology,’ a feature that’s designed to minimize voltage spikes that can damage your device(s).

$30 at Amazon

Multi-port flexibility

Baseus 65W 3-Port Foldable USB-C Wall Charger – Black


Why buy a charger that only charges one thing when you can have one that can charge multiple at once? Baseus’s 3-port charger features two USB-C ports and a USB-A port, but only the top plug (Type-C1) can do 45W, and it gets 45W no matter how many ports are in use.

$35 at Amazon

Best for the S22

Samsung 25W USB-C Travel Adapter


The regular Galaxy S22 only supports 25W charging speeds, so if you need a new nightstand charger and want to save a few bucks, Samsung’s own 25W charger is the one to get.

$18 at Amazon

Power Delivery brings choice and more power for less

Samsung’s 45W Super Fast Charging Wall Charger is surprisingly affordable — at least, depending on the retailer — but the lack of folding plugs means it’s best suited for a home environment rather than carrying around in your backpack. It’s the charger you leave at home base while you use a more compact (or more adaptable) charger like the Anker Nano II or the Baseus 3 Port 65W Foldable Charger.

Anker’s Nano II can juice up your Chromebooks (among other devices), making it a one-stop solution. No matter what phone or laptop you want to charge up, this golf-ball-sized adapter will fast-charge them all.

The best Galaxy S22 charger is not just 25W

While 45W charging is limited to the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra, you should absolutely buy a 45W (or higher) charger for the regular Galaxy S22 too. 45W is laptop-capable charging speed, so you’ll be getting an accessory that’s powerful enough to potentially charge every device in your bag during trips — or even at home, if you’re living the “one charger to rule them all” lifestyle. It’s far better to have a more powerful, more widely adaptable charger than the one that can only charge your phone in the age of Power Delivery.

You’ll still only get 25W max speed with a 45W charger on the small Galaxy S22, so don’t worry about it breaking your battery. The Programmable Power Supply protocol that Samsung Super Fast Charging is built on uses a high-quality e-marked cable to negotiate just how much power the charger send to the phone. You’ll need to pick one of those up, too, if your charger didn’t come with one, as Samsung still only ships 25W cables in-box with the Galaxy S22.

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