Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro have peak wired charging speeds of up to 23W
The company claims that the actual power generated through a full charge is different during a single charge. Charging rate has been changed to make the battery last longer
Google has clarified that the Pixel 6 phone's wired charger can have a peak power of 21W.
Pixel 6 Pro can get up to 23W of peak power from a wired charger.
Google has given information on how charging works on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on the Pixel Support forum .
Community Manager Camille V. said, “We have optimized lithium-ion batteries for higher charging rates when battery levels are low.
Pixel 6It can charge up to 50 percent (with Google's 30 W USB-C power charger) in about 30 minutes and reaches 80 percent in about an hour. Charging also depends on the usage and temperature of the device."
Camille has reported that the charging power decreases as the battery nears full, which makes the battery last longer.
Earlier there were reports that the Pixel 6 and Pixel The peak power that the 6 Pro gets from a wired charger is less than expected.
In a recent test, the Pixel 6 Pro's 5,000 mAh battery took about 111 minutes to fully charge.
Google has warned that Pixel phones can stop charging by more than 80 percent in special situations.