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Best Pixel 4a 5G fast chargers you can buy in 2024

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The Pixel 4a 5G is a compact Android smartphone packed with a smaller battery. It has a 3,885mAh battery capacity which is good enough for about a day’s usage. There is also support for 18W fast charging along with Power Delivery 2.0 compatibility.

It means while you do not get the fastest charging speeds, it is decent enough for a quick top-up. If you are looking to grab a used Pixel 4a or still have the smartphone, there is a good chance you may need a fast charger too. Here are the best Pixel 4a 5G fast chargers that you can grab in 2024. You can pick any charger based on charging speed, number of ports, etc.

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Google 30W USB-C Charger
It is the official Google charger for Pixel devices. It has a single USB-C port that can deliver a peak power output of 30W. Compatible with other Google and USB-C devices.
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Spigen ArcStation 20W USB-C Charger
This is a single USB-C port GaN charger with a peak power output of 20W. It can charge only one device at a time. It is also 30% smaller than a standard 18W charger.
Spigen ArcStation 40W 2-port GaN charger
This GaN charger comes with dual USB-C ports. It can offer 40W peak output and up to 30W via a single port. It is 40% smaller than a similar charger. Available in Black and White color options.
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Anker Nano 511 20W USB-C Charger
This compact 20W charger is 45% smaller than the original Apple charger. It has a single USB-C port and ActiveShield safety system. It also has Dynamic Temperature Sensor for temperature monitoring and Power Tuner Chip for power output adjustment.
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Belkin 40W 2-port Charger
This is a 2-port charger features dual USB-C ports. It has a maximum power output of 40W. It can adapt power output to the device you are charging.
UGREEN Nexode Mini 30W USB-C GaN Charger
This 30W charger is 40% smaller than other 30W chargers. It has a single USB-C port and foldable prongs. Charge various types of devices with this charger but only one at a time.

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Ajit Singh
Ajit is a freelance tech reporter who loves everything tech but has a soft corner for Android. He started his stint in tech journalism in 2015 and has previously worked with publications like Digit India and Android Headlines.

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