Google, earlier this month, announced the Pixel 6 series. The new Google flagship series comes with significant improvements, at least on paper. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro draw power from Google’s custom-developed Tensor chip and run Android 12. They also feature a high refresh rate display, with the Pro model featuring a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED panel and a 120Hz refresh rate. Google did not reveal some minor yet key details like the battery capacity and the fast charging support. It is also yet to officially confirm the camera specs of the flagship phones. A new report has leaked the fast charging details of the Google flagship devices. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 6 series specs, features and other details.
Google Pixel 6 series charging details tipped
Google Pixel 6 series was announced earlier this month. The company is yet to confirm some of the key details of its flagship phones. Ahead of the upcoming Fall event, where Google will confirm the pricing and availability details, some more information on the Pixel phones has surfaced online. According to tipster Yogesh Brar and 91Mobiles, the new Google flagship smartphones will support 33W fast charging. The tipster states that his sources have spotted several 33W fast chargers at the company’s HQ. However, those charging units are apparently being taken back as they’re only for testing purposes.
It is worth noting that the latest Pixel smartphones will not come with fast chargers in the box. According to a report, Google is following Apple and Samsung’s footsteps and will not include a charger in the Pixel 6 box.
The report also states that the foldable Pixel launch timeline has been pushed further. Reports in the past claimed that Google will launch the foldable Pixel later this year. There is no exact launch date but Brar states that there are chances of the company teasing its foldable phone at the Pixel 6 launch event later this year.
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