Best Pixel 7 chargers you can buy in 2024


The Pixel 7 is an Android flagship that not only offers a clean software experience but also regular software updates. It is also amongst the first phones to receive the new update, both major OS upgrades and security updates.

The smartphone is packed with a 4,355mAh battery. It has 20W wired fast charging along with PD 3.0 charging support. If you are looking to buy a new charger for the Pixel 7, we are here to help. Check out the best Pixel 7 chargers you can get in 2024.

Google 30W USB-C Charger
This 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.
Anker 511 Nano III 30W Charger
This 30W charger is claimed to be 70% smaller than the traditional charger. It has a single USB-C port and boasts ActiveShield 2.0 protection. There are foldable prongs and five color options to choose from.
Belkin 40W Dual Port USB-C charger
This is a USB-C PD 3.0 certified charger with dual ports. It offers peak output of 40W and is PPS compatible. There are foldable prongs which make it easier to carry around.
Amazon Basics 30W GaN Charger
This is Amazon's fast charger that can offer up to 30W fast charging speed. It has a single USB-C port like many other chargers in the list. It has foldable prongs for convenient traveling. Available in Black and White color options.
Spigen 40W ArcStation Pro USB-C 2-port GaN charger
This is a charger with two ports for charging two devices at the same time. It has a single port maximum output of 30W but when used for two devices, each port can deliver up to 20W. It can be purchased in Black or White color.
Anker Nano II 65W GaN 3-port charger
This is the charger if you have multiple devices that need to be charged at the same time. It can charge up to three devices simultaneously with peak charging speed of 65W when charging one device. It is capable of charging modern laptops like MacBook Pro, Pixelbook, and Surface Book.

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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. You can also find his work on MySmartPrice.

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