Google's Pixel 6 will reportedly charge 'much faster' than the Pixel 5
What you need to know
- A new report claims the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will support 33W charging speeds.
- The Pixel 5, which is Google's current "flagship," only supports 18W fast charging.
- Additionally, the report suggests the Pixel Fold has been delayed.
Earlier this week, a report claimed that the upcoming Pixel 6 series phones won't ship with a charger in the box. Now, a new report from 91Mobiles suggests the flagship duo will offer significantly faster charging speeds than Google's current Pixel phones.
According to 91Mobiles, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will both support 33W fast charging, a major upgrade over the 18W charging speeds supported by the Pixel 5. If the information is accurate, Google's Pixel 6 series will have faster charging speeds than the best Samsung phones of 2021.
Samsung's flagship Galaxy S21 series phones — including the Galaxy S21 Ultra, support 25W wired fast charging. However, flagship phones from companies like OnePlus and Xiaomi offer much higher charging speeds. The OnePlus 9 series, for instance, can charge at 65W over wired charging. Xiaomi's recently launched Mi Mix 4, on the other hand, touts 120W fast charging.
Besides shedding light on the charging speeds of the Pixel 6 series phones, the report also claims that Google's Pixel Fold has been delayed. It was expected to be announced alongside the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Although there's no word on when the foldable Pixel could be launched, it is possible that Google may still preview the device at its fall hardware event. Rumors suggest the foldable phone will be powered by Google's new Tensor processor.
Google Pixel 5a
Although it may not look very different from last year's Pixel 4a 5G, the Pixel 5a brings a few key upgrades that make it one of the best mid-range Android phones of the year. The phone offers fantastic battery life, great performance, as well as IP67 water resistance.
- $449 at Google Store (opens in new tab)
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I have several USB C cords. Since the phone manufactiuurers are saving the environment, are they pricing each device maybe $25-40 less swith the smaller packaging and lack of adapter? NOPE LOL