Wireless charging is one of the easiest way to top up a phone, and the Galaxy Note 10 supports every standard you can think of, including Qi, PMA and Samsung’s own Fast Wireless Charging 2.0. Let’s see the best options for your new phone!
- 1 The best one:
- 2 Samsung Wireless Charger Stand 15W
- 3 Two for one:
- 4 Yootech 10W Wireless Charger [2-pack]
- 5 Two in one:
- 6 Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad
- 7 Basic and powerful:
- 8 Anker PowerWave 15
- 9 Shoddy and reliable:
- 10 RAVPower 2 Coils Wireless Charger
- 11 Most reduced profile:
- 12 Anker PowerWave 10W
The best one:
Samsung Wireless Charger Stand 15W
If you wish the absolute best wireless charging speeds for your new Note 10, Samsung’s own 15W wireless charging stand is your best bet. It’s not very cheap, but that’s because there’s a lot of tech inside this little stand.
Two for one:
Yootech 10W Wireless Charger [2-pack]
If you want to wirelessly charge your phone device anywhere and everywhere around the home, or perhaps at home at the office, Yootech’s value-minded two-pack is the perfect option.
Two in one:
Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad
There’s a lot to like about Samsung’s Duo Pad, which charges the Note 10 at its maximum wireless charging speed and a second gadget, like a Galaxy Watch Active or pair of Galaxy Buds, right next to it.
Basic and powerful:
Anker PowerWave 15
PowerWave 15 wireless charging solution by Anker is no-frills but delivers powerful 10W charging to all Samsung phones, and up to 15W with the right AC adapter.
Shoddy and reliable:
RAVPower 2 Coils Wireless Charger
You don’t need to spend a lot to charge your Galaxy Note 10 quickly. This RAVPower charger is having two coils so it can charge your new phone in portrait or landscape, and goes up to 10W.
Most reduced profile:
Anker PowerWave 10W
If you are in search of tthe lowest-profile wireless charger possible, Anker’s 10W PowerWave mat is an outstanding choice. It’s inexpensive, reliable, and will fit easily onto any desk or room design.
Be sure to choose your charger wisely
There are two types of wireless chargers: those that come with AC adapters included and those that don’t.
Some of the chargers we’ve included, like Anker’s PowerWave 15, come with a right cable (in this case, a USB-C to USB-A cable) but there is no AC adapter. If you wish to ensure top speeds for your Note 10, you’re going to want to buy a Quick Charge 3.0 (for USB-A to Micro-USB OR USB-A to USB-C cables) OR even USB Power Delivery (for USB-C to USB-C cables) adapter separately.
If you’re still confused, remember this: the more power you provide a wireless charger at the wall, the better.
If we had to pick one
There are various great options for you to choose from, but if you are looking for the absolute top speeds and reliability for your new Note 10 or Note 10+, go with Samsung’s new and costly 15W Wireless Charging Stand.
For something a more palatable but just as fast, Anker’s PowerWave 15 is the best approach. It’s little, solid, and charges your telephone rapidly, and it uses a USB-C port for power, which ensures top speeds.