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Google Pixel 6 And 6 Pro Expected To Support 33W Fast Charge, Foldable pixels Can Be Delayed

Thanks to Google, the upcoming Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have been released. We also know that neither of the two Pixel smartphones is equipped with a charger. A new report further clarifies rumors about the upcoming Pixel 6 and foldable Pixel smartphones.

According to a report from 91Mobiles, Pixel 6 and 6 Pro may support 33W fast cable charging. This will be a welcome change because Google smartphones have long relied on 18W charging. Chinese manufacturers are increasing the wattage of 65W and 120W loads. The

report also mentioned that Google headquarters are all 33W chargers; however, they are only used for testing purposes, so Google will collect them, possibly to prevent leakage. According to the report, the 33W charger is sold separately, so you have to pay more to quickly charge the Pixel 6.

In addition, the report also pointed out that the foldable Pixel 6 is said to be delayed. There is not much information on why it was postponed or when it was released. However, we can expect Google to show us the device later after the crash. Event.

Earlier this month, Google teased the Pixel 6 duo and gave us a first look at its design and specifications. Google also confirmed that its own tensor chipset will power the Pixel 6 and 6. It is said that the next Tensor chipset will be released. Exynos 9855 SoC. The processor is said to be built on a 5nm technology node, which is comparable to the performance of the Snapdragon 870: Vanilla Pixel 6 will be equipped with triple dual cameras, and the Pro model will be equipped with triple cameras, including one. 4x telephoto lens. camera. The

Pixel 6 series is expected to be available in the fall.

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