Without battery all the phones would be dead and that’s the reason every mobile buyers want to have a good charger that powers your phone fast. With the launch of Samsung Galaxy S9 their own brand charger is very fast.
But you can charge your phone using any Samsung-approved travel adapter, but charging speeds may vary depending on the charger. The Samsung always recommends to use the charger that originally came with your phone, or use only Samsung-approved charging devices and batteries. Galaxy S9/S9+, Note8, and Galaxy S8/S8+/S8 Active use a USB-C adaptive fast charger. The two-piece wall charger (charger and USB cable) are included with your phone.
Galaxy phone is powered by a standard rechargeable Li-ion battery. To get the most out of your phone, use the Adaptive Fast Charger and USB-C cable that came with your phone. This charger is 5.0V/2.0A and has SAMSUNG printed on it. Samsung accessories are designed to maximize battery life, so you won’t regret it- especially since, you can use your phone when using the original factory charger.
But in case you need some of the good chargers to power your phone when travelling or at home charging multiple devices then here are the few that you would like to keep with you. These chargers work best for Galaxy S9 and are easily available at the market for you to buy online or offline.
Anker PowerPort II Costs AU$39 at EBay
Anker is popular name when it comes to chargers and its new PowerPort II wall charger is a great companion to the Galaxy S9. It’s fairly large for a phone charger, but with that size comes USB-C Power Delivery, one of the fastest charging standards around. There’s also a USB-A port in case you need to charge an additional device simultaneously, or you just forgot your USB-C cable.
You can really take full advantage of this charger if you also have a laptop that charges through USB-C — using the USB-A cable for your Galaxy S9, you can effectively power both devices with only one charging brick. Buy online at Ebay, Amazon or at Kogan online store.
RAVPower 30W Dual USB Charger Costs online AU$25- $30
The Galaxy S9 relies on the older Quick Charge 2.0 standard and you find no need to spend the extra money on a Quick Charge 4.0 brick. The 30W Dual USB Charger meets you in the middle with Quick Charge 3.0, along with RAVPower’s iSmart technology to provide the optimal charging current at all times.
As its name implies, the 30W Dual USB Charger features two USB ports — both Type A — and comes in either black or white. Best of all, it’s an extremely affordable charger, though oddly enough, the different color options are priced differently. Buy at Amazon or officially or at ebay
Aukey Turbo Charger with QC 3.0 CostsAU$25- $50
The Aukey Turbo Charger is the smallest charger that easily fits a single plug without blocking access to the plug above or below it because of its short and wide shape. Like the RAVPower, the Aukey Turbo Charger includes Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 standard, along with backwards compatibility for Quick Charge 2.0-enabled devices like the Galaxy S9.
You can buy online at Amazon, Ebay or at official site.
Satechi 75W Travel Charger Costs AU$99.99
The Satechi 75W Travel Charger comes with a thin power cable that takes up almost no space on an outlet, and provides four charging ports for your Galaxy S9, laptop, and other devices. The USB-C port features Power Delivery at up to 60W, while the orange USB-A port offers Quick Charge 3.0. The two blue USB-A ports output the least amount of power at 5V/2.4A, though that’s still quite a fast charge.
You probably don’t need this charger if you only travel with your phone, but for multi-device business trips or even for use at home when you’re low on available power outlets, the 75 Travel You can buy one at Amazon or at online store or at ebay
You can also enable fast charger and to turn that on Navigate to Settings > Swipe to and touch Device maintenance, and then touch Battery> Touch More Options > Advanced settings then to turn on Fast cable charging, touch the slider.
Note that Samsung does not recommend using any other chargers other than Samsung-approved chargers, especially chargers that are uncertified or counterfeit. These can hinder the charging of your phone and may cause battery issues if used long term. Also using third-party chargers may invalidate your warranty and cause damage.