Best Car Chargers for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – January 2018

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is currently Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone, and it's also one of the most popular devices on the market right now. It's a great smartphone from the South Korean company, and it has plenty of features, starting with the S Pen. Not to mention an incredible camera. But the Galaxy Note 8 doesn't have the largest battery, obviously that is likely due to what happened with the Galaxy Note 7. Which means you may need to charge it from time to time in the car. But which car chargers are the best car chargers to pick up and use with the Galaxy Note 8? We've rounded up the best of the best.

One of the more popular car chargers is AUKEY's flush fit car charger, which offers up a pretty small car charger, that does indeed fit flush in the vehicle, but still provides two ports for you to charge your smartphone and other products. Both ports are 2.4A, so you're getting some good charging speeds out of this one as well. Which is always good to see. Another good option is the Anker PowerDrive Speed 2. This is because it sports two Quick Charge 3.0 ports. So you can charge up your smartphone very quickly, and not worry about whether it'll be fully charged by the time you get to your destination.

A number of the car chargers here do have Quick Charge 3.0 compatibility. Now if you're smartphone is not a Quick Charge 3.0 device, don't worry about whether it'll damage your device, because it won't. Qualcomm built Quick Charge 3.0 to work with older devices, so it is backwards compatible with Quick Charge 2.0, Quick Charge 1.0 and even conventional charging. Making it a good option for those that want something that will be future proof for their next smartphone. The Galaxy Note 8 actually supports Quick Charge 2.0, so you won't be able to take full advantage of the Quick Charge 3.0 speeds, but it'll still work really well. You can pick up any of the car chargers down below, all of them will work with the Galaxy Note 8 without any real issues, which is always good to see.

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Maxboost 4.8A/24W 2 USB Smart Port Car Charger
Maxboost 4.8A/24W 2 USB Smart Port Car Charger

Maxboost here has a dual-port car charger that would work great with the Galaxy Note 8. This outputs a total of 4.8A, or 2.4A per port. Which is not going to give you Quick Charging capability, but it will be plenty fast for charging while you’re stuck in the car.

aonear 3.1A Rapid Dual Port USB Car Charger
aonear 3.1A Rapid Dual Port USB Car Charger

aonear has a pretty nice car charger here. This one has dual USB ports, so you can plug in two devices at the same time and be able to quickly charge up your devices. Now the two ports are capped at 3.1A output, so it’s not as fast as the Maxboost one above, but it’ll still do its job.

Vogek 50W 10A 4-Port USB Car Charger
Vogek 50W 10A 4-Port USB Car Charger

If you need more than just two ports, Vogek has you covered here as well. This is a 4-port USB car charger. Now it can do up to 2.4A per port, but it’ll cap out at 10A. Which means you will still get 2.4A on each port. Which is pretty good and something that isn’t common with car chargers.

Spigen 30W Quick Charge 3.0 Car Charger
Spigen 30W Quick Charge 3.0 Car Charger

Spigen has a good looking, but small, car charger here. It is a dual-port car charger with Quick Charge 3.0. However only one port is Quick Charge 3.0-compatible. The other is standard charging, up to 2.0A. Which is still pretty good, especially considering how cheap this one is.

AUKEY Flush Fit Dual Port 4.8A Output Car Charger
AUKEY Flush Fit Dual Port 4.8A Output Car Charger

AUKEY has become pretty popular for putting together some great looking car chargers that also fit flush in your vehicle. So it’ll look like the car had USB ports built-in. This one is a dual-port setup and can do 4.8A output or 2.4A per port. So there’s no Quick Charging here, but you’ll still get some fast charging out of this car charger.

AUKEY Quick Charge 3.0 Dual-Port Car Charger
AUKEY Quick Charge 3.0 Dual-Port Car Charger

Now here’s another good option from AUKEY. This is a dual-port car charger, but both ports are Quick Charge 3.0. Which means you can charge two devices pretty quickly. As always, Quick Charge 3.0 is backwards compatible so Quick Charge 2.0 and even those that don’t use Qualcomm’s Quick Charge, can still charge just fine here.

Anker PowerDrive 4
Anker PowerDrive 4

Now if you just need a bunch of USB ports for charging as many items as possible, the PowerDrive 4 from Anker is also a good choice. This one will give you four USB ports, that does 2.4A per port. That is not Quick Charge, but about the same speed as Quick Charge 2.0, so it’s still not bad at all.

Spigen Essential F25QC USB Type C Car Charger
Spigen Essential F25QC USB Type C Car Charger

Now this car charger from Spigen is pretty impressive. It is a single USB port, but it has an embedded USB-C cable, so it is technically a dual-port car charger. This means you can charge your USB-C device like a Galaxy Note 8, but also charge up something else that might use a micro USB or another connector.

Anker PowerDrive Speed 2
Anker PowerDrive Speed 2

Now this car charger from Anker is a fast one (hence the name). It is a dual-port, Quick Charge 3.0-compatible car charger. So you’re going to get some incredible fast charging here. And since it’s a dual-port charger, both the driver and passenger can charge their phone at the same time, quickly.

RAVPower 24W 4.8A Mini Dual USB Car Adapter
RAVPower 24W 4.8A Mini Dual USB Car Adapter

RAVPower has another car charger here that will sit flush in the port in your vehicle. This one is also a dual-port car charger, that will do 2.4A output for each port. Making it great for charging multiple devices while in the car. This is still a good speed, since most chargers that are not Quick Charge, will cap at about 2.0A or less.

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