New Details About Google Pixel 6 Series Confirms 30W Charging

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We’re only 10 days away from the Google Pixel 6 series launch, and we already know a lot about these phones owing to Google’s official details and a slew of leaks. A marketing site has confirmed a few additional details about the Pixel 6, including its charging speed and other features.

Carphone Warehouse’s marketing site (via @evleaks) displays the whole Pixel 6, virtually confirming every last detail regarding the smartphone. It also appears to be the source of this week’s press renders depicting the Pixel Stand update.

One of the two sites focuses on the Pixel 6’s base model, verifying numerous features such as the device’s charging speeds, both wired and wireless. The Pixel 6 will support up to 30W over USB-C; it is a significant improvement over the Pixel 5 and every other version before it. Since earlier models offered only 18W charging. Meanwhile, on the new Pixel Stand, the Pixel 6 will be able to achieve speeds of up to 21W.

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Moving on, the page touts the Tensor processor’s capabilities in various places, including the performance boost it provides. Thanks to Tensor, Google claims an “80 percent” performance boost on these new Pixel devices, dubbing them the “most powerful Pixel phones.” The statistic is based on internal benchmarks, according to Google, and the Pixel 6 Pro is compared to the Pixel 5. It is still wonderful news, but it means Tensor won’t be able to compete with the market’s other flagship processors.

Other details about Google Pixel 6 series

Moreover, the Pixel 6 is equipped with a 6.4-inch display although the site doesn’t state the refresh rate; it states that the phone features a “Smooth Display” with a fast refresh rate. Meanwhile, the Pixel 6 Pro’s marketing site verifies the 6.7-inch panel’s 120Hz refresh rate. Both devices feature Gorilla Glass Victus and IP68 water resistance. Plus, the battery life is described as “all-day,” with a meter on the Pixel 6 Pro indicating 34 hours of testing by a third party. Pixel 6 does not have the same figure.

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