The Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger allows Qi enabled phones like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series, Note10+, S9 and S8 to take advantage of Qi wireless charging up to 10W. The Choetech charger also supports 7.5W wireless charging for the 7.5W Qi power consumption needs of Apple's Qi enabled iPhone's such as the iPhone 11 Pro Series, iPhone 11, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone X and iPhone 8 as well as 5W for Android's Qi based phones like the Google Pixel 4 XL and Pixel 3 XL.
For wired charging, the Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger supports Qualcomm Quick Charge instead of USB Power Delivery as the power input even though the charger uses a USB Type-C input connector.
Not only the Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger enables two Qi enabled devices to be charged at the same time, the charger also allows a Qi enabled device to be placed in any position on the charging pad through its built-in 5-coil capability for charging.
The Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger comes with only a USB Type-C to Type-A charging cable as accessory along with a warranty card and instruction sheet.
The Choetech charger uses a USB Type-C input port for charging in.
The back of the Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger states to support inputs of 15 watts (5 volts @ 3 amps) and 27 watts (9 volts @ 3 amps) when used with a Qualcomm Quick Charge (QC) based AC charger. Note that even though the Choetech charger claims to enable up to 27W input power, most QC chargers support only max 18W output. From our own testing, we confirmed that the Choetech charger only pulled up to 18W (never 27W as claimed).
You will need to connect a 18W QC AC charger to the Choetech charging pad to deliver up to 10 watts of wireless charging to your Qi enabled phone. If a non QC charger is used, only up to 5 watts is delivered.
Note you will also need to provide your own QC charger since the Choetech 5-Coil Dual Fast Wireless Charger comes without a AC charger.