- A new report indicates that Google’s Pixel 6 series may provide 33W charging support.
- This will be much faster than the company’s current 18W benchmark test.
- The report also said that the rumored Google folding screen was delayed.
Google recently revealed the Pixel 6 duo to prevent leaks. Although we now know the basic functions of mobile phones, some details are still unknown. Allegedly, a new report now reveals the charging speed of mobile phones.
according to 91 mobile phones To quote the expert Yogesh, the Pixel 6 series can support 33W charging. Compared with the current 18W standard used by Pixel 5 and Pixel 5a, the speed is increased by about 83%. It is worth noting that there are rumors that Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are equipped with 4,614mAh and 5,000mAh power packs. Increasing the charging speed is essential for Google to keep the charging time to a minimum. According to our experience, the 18W charger of Pixel 5a takes more than two hours to fully charge the 4,680mAh battery. This is great for mid-range with longer battery life, but may be too slow for high-end flagships.
The report also indicated that a 33W charger was tested at Google headquarters, but this does not mean that the charger will be included in the box of the phone. According to reports, Google confirmed that the Pixel 5a will be its last smartphone equipped with a charger.But if its newer device supports 33W speed, the user may need to budget for the phone and Upgraded bricks. Google claims that the Pixel 6 Pro will also be an “expensive” device.
Google fold delay?
But what if you stick to the rumored Google foldable phone? Well, according to the report, it was delayed. Previous leaks indicate that this folding screen will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2021, equipped with a 7.6-inch foldable screen, and Samsung provides OLED panels and ultra-thin glass.
Since we have not been able to confirm these leaks, we recommend dealing with them with a little salt. Yogesh has a very reliable record, but Google has not confirmed the charging or battery details of any mobile phone, nor has it announced the details of its rumored foldable phone.
Google has confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will debut in the fall, so it is expected that its new flagship duo will be launched from September to October.