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Which Phone Charger is For You?

There are mainly three types of chargers:

1. Micro-USB – Android phone users can use this charger

2. USB-C – Android phones are evolving and you may find new phones with Type C ports and so you will need this charger.

3. Lightning for iPhone – iPhone users will only be able to charge their phones with this.

What is a Charger Block?

A charger block is an adapter that helps your charger cable to pass the current to your device and charge it. You can get a charger block separately as well or with the charger cable as a whole.

How Much Voltage Do You Need For Your Phone Charger?

Generally, a phone charger has a voltage of 5V – 12V. Every phone charger block will have that information written on it. Just search for “Output” and you will know whether you can use that phone charger for your phone or not. 

The charging speed does not depend on your charger block. It depends on your phone’s battery life. High voltage can prove to be harmful to your device and may damage it. Therefore knowing the voltage of your phone charger is important.

When Should You Change Your Phone Charger?

A phone charger can last a bit longer if you maintain it properly. There will be signs for you to know that it is time to get yourself a new phone charger. 

Loose Connector

If your phone charger cable is loose and every now and then it is losing its connection and your phone is not charging. You are having to keep your phone in a particular manner for it to charge, then it is time to change your phone charger.


If your charger is not providing the same amount of ampere anymore then it means its lifespan has come to an end and you should probably change it.

Slow Charging

If your phone is not charging at the same speed as before, it is probably because your charger is old and can no longer provide you the same power as it could.


If your charger is rusted, you should then change your charger before it damages your devices. A rusty charger can be dangerous and unpredictable to use.

Physical Distortion

If your charger cable coating is damaged the wires are showing. Then you should change your charger cable as it can be dangerous for you and your device.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can you name the 3 types of connectors?

Three types of Connectors are twisted-pair connectors, coaxial cable connectors, and fiber-optic connectors.

2. How Can I choose the best charger?

To choose the best charger you have to look for the amperage/current of the charger. If it is more than your charger then it cannot damage your device.

3. What is the difference between 5V 1A and 5V 2A charger?

5V 1A charges your android device slow as compared to 5V 2A.