Now Google has come forward to explain how to use the Pixel 6 processor. According to Google, “We prefer the Pixel lithium-ion battery for higher prices while the battery is low. The Pixel 6 can charge up to 50% in 30 minutes (with Google’s 30W USB-C Power Charger), and speeds up to 80% per hour, depending on usage of machinery and heat. ”
They add, “The maximum power that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro get from the charging cable is 21W and 23W, respectively. As the battery gets closer to full, it gradually fades. reduce weather resistance to improve the longevity of the stone. In fact, it looks like Google is trying to say that your phone can’t hit 30W because they want to protect the phone’s battery.
The rest of their research seems to be consistent with the test done by Android Management, hoping that users will be comfortable with the information. We’re sure some would have wished it had been charged at 30W, but Google seems to have decided to make it a long -term priority.