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Google has revealed that the Pixel 6 phone’s wired charger can have a peak power of 21W. The Pixel 6 Pro can get up to 23W of peak power from a wired charger. This is far less than the 30W peak power mentioned at the launch of these two phones. Google has now explained how charging works on a new Pixel phone. The company claims that the actual power generated by a full charge differs from one charge to another. The charging rate has been changed to make the battery last longer.

Google has On the Pixel Support Forum Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro But there is information about how the charging works. “We have adapted lithium-ion batteries for higher charging rates when battery levels are low,” said Camille V., Community Manager. Pixels 6 It can charge up to 50 percent in about 30 minutes (with Google’s 30 W USB-C power charger) and up to 80 percent in about an hour. It also depends on the usage and temperature of the charging device.

Camille reports that charging power decreases as the battery draws to a close, allowing the battery to last longer.

Earlier, there were reports that the peak power from the wired chargers of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro was less than expected. In a recent test, the Pixel 6 Pro’s 5,000 mAh battery took about 111 minutes to fully charge. Compared to Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Fully charged in just 62 minutes.

Google warns that in certain situations the Pixel phone may stop charging more than 80 percent. The company has also suggested enabling adaptive charging for low speed charging at night.

Google has also suggested users to use the company’s 30W power adapter and has recently launched the Pixel Stand to charge the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro faster.

Google has no plans to launch these two Pixel phones in India yet. A company spokesperson recently told Gadgets360 that the phones are not being launched in many countries due to supply and demand issues and some other reasons.



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