Thanks!I don't know if there is a best wireless charger, but you certainly want one that can do 15w+ fast wireless charging. Magsafe wireless chargers will only give you 7.5w to a Samsung phone, so if speed is your thing with wireless charging, I would avoid Magsafe wireless chargers. Otherwise, it depends if you're looking for a standup charger where your phone will rest on it standing up, or a pad. Standup chargers also come in variants that have also a pad for your earphones and a place for your Samsung watch to charge as well. Flat pads come in different styles. All-in-all the charging plug that goes into the wall for these must be capable of producing enough power for fast wireless charging. Either they will come with one, or you will use the fast charger you have for your phone.
As far as charging phone cases - if you're talking about cases that can charge the phone, I only know of two out there that both have a 10,000mAh battery in the case and it makes your phone considerably thicker. Newderry's charging case is a bit more ergonomic and smaller than the one from Zerolemon which looks like a total brick - literally. It's square on all edges. It looks ugly, but it will give your phone more protection than the Newderry one which offers very little protection.
My battery isn't a beast. Maybe my settings arent correct. Maybe it's because I don't charge it past 85% but in a few hours with minimal use it will be at 60%.My home is dotted with Anker WiFI Docks (stand up kind) so no matter what room you are in, or where in that room you are, there is a wireless charger nearby. Most of these are just 10w. If I NEED a quick charge, I will just use one of the handful of super fast chargers I have around here and top myself off.
As @fuzzylumpkin said, the battery on this phone is such a beast... well, to put it correctly, the optimization of the hardware/software is so good, that I don't ever feel a power constraint if I charge my phone during the day or not. This is in stark contrast to my Z Fold 3 where I made sure I had a power bank if I left the house and was not going to be near a charger. With this phone, this is far from my mind as I can go almost 2 days without feeling the pinch.
I don't know what are the best, I can give you mine (which really is not all that optimized since I would rather get useable performance than baby the battery), but here are some things I have hard/done to get more out of mine:My battery isn't a beast. Maybe my settings arent correct. Maybe it's because I don't charge it past 85% but in a few hours with minimal use it will be at 60%.
What are the best settings to maximize the battery beast?
I think the thought process is, if your normal day doesn't use much battery, you arent really losing out on anything. But if you have a day where you know you will need more capacity, you have the option to fully charge it.The 85% thing has always boggled my mind. it's like saying "I'm scared I'll have bad battery life in 5 years, so I'm just going to willfully give myself bad battery now so I don't have to worry about it". Total false economy.
If you have an electric car, sure. But are you REALLY gonna keep your phone for the next 10 years?