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Samsung Galaxy S4 Charging and Data Sync Cables

Whether you need an extra cable for your car or job, or you need to replace the primary cable that you use every day, Samsung Galaxy S4 charging and data sync cables are available in many types and styles. You can buy a replacement cable made just for Samsung or there are other types of cables that work well with your device. With a myriad of colour choices, you’re sure to find one that meets your needs and gets the job done.

Standard Cables

Standard cables are going to look much like the cable you’re replacing and may be the exact same length and colour. Not all Samsung Galaxy USB cables are created alike. Make sure that you find the right fit for your S4. While one end is typically a USB, the other is a lightning connection. You may also want to opt for a Samsung Galaxy HDMI cable, as this offers you a safe HDMI connection.

Extended Lengths

Sometimes standard lengths just don’t cut it. Maybe you’re carpooling and need to charge from the backseat or maybe you are typically low on battery as you use your phone in bed and need a long cord. Look for mobile phone cables and adapters with extended lengths, so you’re able to move around freely while your phone is charging. With options that can be up to 3m long, you can easily take care of other tasks while your phone is charging.

Colour Choices

Perhaps you don’t want the same old humdrum black and white cords you’ve always used, and would like to select a different colour. Maybe you colour code each cord, so you know which one belongs in the car, in the office and at home. Either way, you can choose from many different brilliant colours, including pink, purple, yellow and more.

Wireless Options

There are wireless options for charging your Samsung Galaxy S4 phone, and these are a great idea particularly if you find that you have to charge multiple items. You can connect other phone brands with different operating systems to a wireless device, making it a hub to connect all of your electronics, from phones to tablets.

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