Typically, phones have a power adaptor in the box. All due to Apple, who removed the adaptor from all other flagship devices.
Despite the fact that Google sells a separate 30W power adapter for its smartphones, all reviews and customers assumed that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro supported the 30W charger, which is not the case.
The 30W power adaptor is still available, according to Google, but it does not work with the Pixel 6 series. Instead, Pixel 6 and 6 Pro customers can choose between a peak power draw of 21W and 23W. Google also clarified how the Pixel 6 series’ charging works.
When the devices run out of juice, the 21W and 23W adapters use the brick to extract power and charge the phone to 50% in under 30 minutes.
The phone, on the other hand, charges at a slower rate and reaches 80% in the next 30 minutes. It is, however, dependent on the phone’s use and the temperature.
When we go to the last 20% of the charge, the charging power is reduced at the same time to extend the battery life.
According to Google, the actual power consumed by the device is dependent on a variety of parameters like temperature, level of charge, battery cell, system utilization, and system design, regardless of the power coming from the wall outlet.
The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro smartphones, as well as the Pixel Stand 2nd-gen, are compatible with the 21W and 23W power adapters. A 1.5m USB Type-C to Type-C connection and a 30W charging brick is included with the Pixel Stand.
It’s currently available for pre-order and will be delivered in December.
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