Explanations on the subject of charging

Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro: Explanations for charging

Google provides detailed information on the issue that has arisen with the fast charging capability of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. According to Google, Pixel smartphones receive power at 22W and not 30W.

To be precise, the Google Pixel 6 can charge in a range of 21 up to 23W with the wired charger connected. This, in practice, means that it recovers 50% of its energy in About 30 minutes, while to reach 100% of the charge requires time one hour about. Google notes that as the battery nears its maximum charge, it slows down so that it can run smoothly for a long time.

According to Google measurements, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will have no problem running on a single charge for an entire day. Google is also quick to make a scathing comment about Pixels’ main competitor, which is none other than the iPhone 13, stressing that in the case of Apple we have an 80% charge in one hour.

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