You said, "I am really not wanting to spend hours teaching myself about these and reading reviews."
"...all I need is a 8 ounce solar charger, it would be nice if it had a built in battery. I dont know what I want honestly, I didnt realize how many configurations there can be. If anyone knows what I need/ good setup let me know please!"
It doesn't work this way. First you MUST determine how much energy you use each day. Even if two people have the exact same phone and/or devices, they energy use will vary because they are not going to use them the same.
Then you need to estimate how much power you need to put back each day. It can be less than you use, depending upon how long your are out.
Then you need to guesstimate how much energy you can realistically generate each day, which varies by where you are, what the weather is, what the time of year it is, your orientation to the sun, will you stop for maximum sun exposure, etc., etc., etc.
No one can answer these questions for you.
I have a trailer that we camp in for up to 2 weeks at a time. It is solar powered. I have to have a strategy to cover sunny days or two weeks of overcast skies. Too little sun for too long means I have reduce my consumption. Sunny days in July means I can do anything I want to include running a microwave, toaster, blender, and a 32" Television with a DVD to watch a movie. But I know how many amps have been consumed and how many amps have been put back in.
You are going to need to make an effort in this search.