With the introduction of Google’s Pixel 6 series rapidly approaching, more and more guesses and rumours are surfacing. The latest social media buzz is about the fast charging capabilities of smartphones.
According to 91 Mobiles, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro may feature 33W fast charging. According to the outlet’s informant Yogesh Brar, Google’s headquarters have been observed utilising 33W charging bricks.
These are most likely charging bricks for the Pixel 6 duo. At the moment, the Pixel range supports a maximum charging current of 18W.
Apart from the rapid charging leaks, the business has also revealed some fresh insights about its foldable phone. Although Google’s foldable gadget has been delayed, the company may provide a peek of the device during this year’s Pixel 6 announcement.
The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will include a refreshed design, a new custom chipset called Tensor, and a much-needed camera update, according to GSM Arena. The new handsets will also be sold without a charger.
The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will include an upgraded GN1 sensor with 50MP resolution and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. Only the pro version will include a dedicated third telephoto camera with a 48MP sensor and 4X optical zoom. Additional information on the new Pixel’s cameras has not been published.
Google is still a few months away from unveiling the new Pixel devices. Google launched the Pixel 5a this week. Regrettably, the 5a will be accessible only in the United States and Japan.
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