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The best Samsung Galaxy S20 wireless charging pads

Juice up without plugging in!
June 11, 2022
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The Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones all have support for 15w Qi-based wireless charging. In fact, the phones support Wireless Powershare like the S10 series, which allows the phones themselves to serve as wireless chargers for other compatible phones and devices.

Wireless charging is still not as fast as old-fashioned wired charging for the Galaxy S20. Still, something must be said about the convenience of just setting a phone down on a pad where it will automatically start charging up. So which pad is best for the Galaxy S20 wireless charging feature? There are plenty of devices that will work, but below are our top five recommendations.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S20 Buyers Guide — Everything You Need to Know

Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Single

Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Single

One of Samsung’s newest charging stands, the Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Single delivers up to 15W of output. The output is 12W for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. Speeds vary for other devices, though any Qi-compatible smartphone will take a charge.

The features don’t stop there. The built-in cooling fan makes sure the charging stand doesn’t overheat. The LED indicator lets you know when a device is charging and finishes charging. Additionally, the design is compact and very pleasing to the eye.

Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Duo

Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Duo

The Samsung 15W Wireless Charger Duo now features fast wireless charging support. That means Galaxy S20 and S10 phones charge up to 15W. The charging pad also works with other Qi-compatible smartphones, though it may not be as fast with them.

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Best of all, there’s a dedicated area to charge your smartwatch or true wireless earbuds. The LED indicator lights let you know when devices are charging and when they reach 100%. Like the single pad version, it has a direct fan to keep everything cool.

Pixel Stand (2nd Gen)

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The second-generation Pixel Stand is one of the industry’s most beloved wireless charging stands. The sleek design will look great anywhere, and it’s helpful that it doubles as a phone propping accessory. This means you can easily continue using your device while it’s charging.

This wireless charging stand is especially fast at 23W, but those speeds can only be reached by compatible Pixel phones. All other devices top off at 15W, which is good enough to juice up your Samsung Galaxy S20 phones at full speed.

Samsung 10,000mAh Super Fast 25W Portable Wireless Charger

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It may be a bit on the heavier side, is expensive, and its wireless charging tops off at 7.5W. However, the Samsung Super Fast 25W Portable Wireless Charger is still a unique accessory. This is a 10,000mAh portable battery. What makes it special is the integrated Qi wireless charging pad on top. This means you can charge your Galaxy S20 phones on the go, without needing a power outlet.

More: The best portable chargers and power banks

Belkin Wireless Charging Pad 15W

Belkin Wireless Charging Pad 15W

The other options on this list are great wireless chargers, but they can be a bit fancy and more expensive. The Belkin Wireless Charging Pad 15W is pretty affordable, has a simple design, and can still charge up to 15W.

For more wireless chargers, check out our best wireless chargers and best Samsung-compatible wireless charger lists.


No. You can physically plug in your device and place it on a wireless charging pad, but the phone will only charge from one source at a time.

You can charge your phone while it’s wirelessly charging. It would be best if you kept in mind that the phone will use more energy while operating it. This means the charging speed will slow if you continuously use it.

The Galaxy S20 series supports wireless charging up to 15W. This means your phone should get to about 60% in one hour.

It depends. Wireless charging usually works with ultra-thin cases, especially those made of thin plastic or glass. Additionally, some cases are made to work with wireless chargers.