1. Good Quality Charger Over A Cheap One
First, always remember that cheap can become expensive very fast. If you buy a cheap charger that doesn't charge your battery fast enough or gets spoilt after a few days, you will end up spending more.
2. The Charger Connector
3. Length Of The Cable
If you usually use your phone while it is plugged in, you'll have to opt for a longer charging cable. A longer cable will also afford you the ability to find somewhere safe to keep your phone while it charges.
4. The Current It Supplies
A charger of a higher current rating often equals a faster charging process. It is usually measured in amps (A).
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