Google's Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro bring some nice upgrades under the hood while carrying the same starting price as the Pixel 6 series models from last year. But whether you buy the more affordable Pixel 7 or the top-of-the-line Pixel 7 Pro, you won't find any additional accessories in the box. Google didn't include a charger or a pair of earphones with its Pixel 6 series last year, and the new Pixel phones aren't any different. That's why we decided to round up some of the best chargers for the Pixel 7 series in this post. Additionally, we're also leaving some recommendations for the best cables and other accessories that you should consider picking up for the new Pixel phones.
This collection only includes the best chargers and some other miscellaneous accessories. We've highlighted the best Pixel 7 cases and the Pixel 7 Pro cases in separate collections, so be sure to check them out based on the phone you're planning to buy.
The new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro support up to 20W and 23W wired charging, respectively, via a USB-C charger. You will, however, need a fast charger to achieve those speeds, which is why we're recommending chargers that support the USB-PD standard with PPS and at least 30W output. Both phones also support wireless charging, but you'll have to use Google's first-party Pixel Stand wireless charger to get some good speeds, or else you're stuck with 12W wireless charging speeds.
The new Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro come with a USB-C to USB-C cable inside the box, meaning you should look for chargers with a USB-C port. You also get a USB-A to USB-C adapter, but that is intended for use for data transfer and connecting accessories, not for charging.
Tat wraps up this collection of the best chargers and other accessories we recommend buying for the new Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. This is an ever-evolving list that we'll update over time with new and better options, so be sure to check back frequently if you've already purchased or are planning to buy one of the new Pixel phones. The Pixel phones are competitively priced in the U.S., but you can always check our best deals post to see if you can save some money to splurge on these accessories.
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