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Universal Chargers and Cradles to Fit Any Mobile Phone

Universal chargers make life easier by charging a multitude of devices with one unit. This type of mobile phone charger is typically portable and runs using various power sources, making them both flexible and versatile. They come in many diverse types and brands to meet all your phone charging needs, allowing you to avoid being caught with a dead device.

Powerful Brands

You'll find some familiar brand names as you browse universal phone cradles. These phone accessories are manufactured by a number of reputable companies, including tech company Belkin, phone supply brand Mophie and other electronics brands that include Samsung, Griffin and Xiaomi. Consider your budget as well as the features you require when you're deciding on a universal charger brand.

Charging on the Go

You should also select a charger type based on your needs. For power on the go, purchase a car charger. A wall charger works well for charging at home, and a charging cradle keeps your device upright and gives it a place to sit while it's powering up. Other options include a power bank, which charges your phone wirelessly when you're away from a port, or a charging mat, which allows you to simply place your devices onto the mat for instant, easy charging.

Calling All Features

When you're searching for universal chargers, examine the available features to make your final decision. If you're going to be charging more than one device, consider purchasing a hub, which has more than one port available for charging. A water-resistant charger is safe to use near water, and a fast charger juices up your phone in minutes instead of waiting an hour or more for full power. A travel charger has adapters for international charging, while chargers with an LED indicator let you know how much power your phone has before you pull the plug. A solar charger only needs the power of the sun to charge your smartphone.

Staying Connected

You may need to purchase a charger based on your connectivity options. Some of these include 30-pin connectors, lightning connectors, or micro USB versions. Wireless connections make it easy to power your device without having to find an outlet, though some devices may require you to have a mini USB port.

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