In the era of USB chargers, it is easy to forget the significance of wall chargers. Before smartphones were this popular, we were all reliant on wall chargers. These traditional chargers do not come with detachable cables most of the time and even if they do, they do not use the USB interface. While they may not be as versatile, they do have their advantages over modern day USB chargers.
Wall chargers are directly plugged into the outlet with a power cable designed to plug into your device. Traditional USB chargers can push out only 500 amps of current while wall chargers boast of 20% increase over USB chargers with an output of 600 amps. It will take a significantly less amount of time to charge your phone compared to USB chargers when using a wall charger.
Another talking point when it comes to wall chargers is wear and tear. One of the biggest issues when using USB chargers is that you keep having to remove the cable when using data management apps, which damages the ends of the cable. On the other hand, wall chargers do not have detachable cables, making them far more reliable for long term usage.
Wall chargers are also far less likely to break while USB chargers keep breaking down for no real reason. If you do not want to be caught up in such frustrating situations, wall chargers are far more reliable in that front. In the end, it is about quality versus functionality and it depends on what we need more. With USB cables being more affordable than ever before it makes sense to invest in wall chargers and have a separate USB cable for all your data management needs which will offer more reliability over the long run.