Despite the Galaxy Z Flip 4's compact and pocket-friendly design, when you're in the car, it's nice to have it in full view. Google Maps has become a de facto part of any journey more than a few minutes away, and streaming music has all but replaced radio for many people.
In that sense, it doesn't make sense to keep your phone folded up during your journey. Many car mounts come with wireless charging, but the Z Flip series demands a lower positioning to work right. To get the most out of your Z Flip 4 on the road, one of these multi-coil wireless chargers can help you get to your destination and have a full charge when you get there.
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Suction cup and vent mounts included
This car mount comes with two charging coils, so it works with a compact folder, as well as a more traditionally designed smartphone. You get a suction cup and air vent mount in the box, and with up to 15 watts of charging, you can be sure you're charged when you get to your destination. It automatically clamps on your phone and can rotate 90 degrees with the press of a button.
Power adapter included
The Wireless Car Charger from ANPULES has been updated to include a new gooseneck mount and a second charging coil for Z Flip phones. It also comes with a vent mount and a power adapter in the box, so you have everything you need. The kit supports up to 10-watt charging on Galaxy devices, and with two coils, it will work on Flip phones and standard designs.
Simple and tough
If you're looking for something simple that works in just about any car, the AINOPE Phone Holder uses gravity to secure your phone when you set it in from the top. It has space for a USB cable for wired charging and comes with a vent mount and a suction mount. The vent mount has a hook to keep it from sliding out, even if you use it with a heavy phone.
Keep your dashboard clean
Not everyone wants their dashboard cluttered with suction cups and wires. The LeQuiven Cup Holder Phone Mount simply sits in your cup holder to elevate your phone to a more convenient height. This can be useful if you don't want to stick something to your dash or don't have space. For example, if you have a work truck, you can move this holder over as needed.
The CHGeek 15W wireless charging mount comes with an intelligent identification and charging system that detects your device when it is dropped in and clamps it automatically. The charger also turns off automatically when it detects that the device is fully charged or stops charging in case it detects a foreign object. Apart from that, it can charge a phone through cases that are up to 6mm thick.
Fast and breezy
Some charging mounts are not cool enough to cool down your device when it gets warm while wireless charging. ZeeHoo's 15W wireless charger and car mount in unlike those. It has a built-in cooling fan that radiates the heat generated by wireless charging. The device also comes with both suction cups for the windshield as well as clamps for the air vents giving you multiple options about its placement. It has automatic sensors that can detect when a device is placed onto the holder and automatically close the clamps.
It is common for clamps to scuff the edges of our devices, but with VANMASS universal car phone mount, we no longer have to worry about that. The mount's suction cup has a capacity of 60 lbs or 27 kg, which makes it strong enough to stick to any flat surface firmly and comfortably. Air vent clips have also been reinforced with steel cores so that they are more durable over bumpy roads.
Don't stretch yourself!
Car mounts are usually designed to either tilt or rotate 360 degrees, and only a few offer length adjustments, and the iOttie is one of those. It features a 5-inches-long extendable arm that can expand up to 8 inches and allows 260-degree movement along the pivot to allow customizable viewing angles based on your comfort while driving. The mount also features a mechanism to close automatically when the phone is placed against the trigger button.
The Scosche MAGVM2 MagicMount is a great option for those who want minimal setup, as it can be placed securely onto the air vent of their car. It has strong neodymium magnets that can firmly hold mobile devices in place. In addition to being able to mount the device to a vent, it can also be used as a kickstand by placing the phone on a flat surface.
Your Z Flip 4 can fit in most holders, but charging is another story
The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is a great device to easily fold up and keep in your pocket, but many people rely on their phones for navigation and streaming music in the car. If you're thinking about buying what is sure to be one of the best foldable phones, your old car mount may not be a good fit, especially if you use wireless charging.
To make sure your Z Flip 4 will work, your charger will need a lower coil that lines up with the bottom portion of your phone.
It's worth keeping in mind that you'll need a charging adapter to get the most out of these wireless chargers. The Z Flip 4 supports 10-watt wireless charging, so you'll need a QuickCharge 3 adapter to fully power it. The built-in USB port on your car may not provide enough power for fast wireless charging.
For most people, the TOPENKE Wireless Car Charger will be a good fit, with its two charging coils keeping compatibility with traditional smartphones while supporting folding phones. With automatic rotation and a variety of mounting options, this charger should work for more people. Even so, the majority of mounts should hold the phone in place while open; it's just that charging may not work well.
For anyone who has concerns about charging the phone's battery all the time while they are driving, we have also listed some regular phone mounts that will be suitable for just any smartphone, including the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Among those, the iOttie Easy One Touch 5 with an eight-inch-long extendable arm will be our top recommendation.
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