- Best AnswerMay 17 2016 | 3:55 am EDT
You'll need one with a USB port to start rather than a moulded one.
Anything with 1.5a or more will be good enough to charge them both quickly
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- 05-20-2016, 11:54 PM #4iMore Intermediate
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Re: how to choose a good car charger
Anker makes great stuff. Their ports can read what device is connected and use the fastest charge than the device can safely handle. Their stuff is on Amazon, the site is Anker.com The newer androids have a quick charge feature which is really cool but requires a quick charge compatible charger. If that matters, then pick a quick charge compatible one from Anker. I think they're up to quick charge 3.0 now.
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