Digital Office, San Francisco. Google recently launched the much awaited Pixel 6 series. At the time of the launch, the company claimed that the phone would be able to charge the battery up to 50 percent in half an hour, but now a new report has said that this phone will not support fast charging.
The official Google Pixel 6 support page says that the Google 30W USB-C Charger with USB-PD 3.0 can charge up to 50 percent in 30 minutes.
The report states that the charger took about 111 minutes to fully charge the Pixel 6 Pro’s 5,000 mAh battery with the adaptive charging and adaptive battery settings turned off. Charging the device to 50 percent takes about 31 minutes.
The Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch OLED screen, while the Pixel 6 Pro features a 6.7-inch LTPO display with a variable refresh rate from 10Hz to 120Hz. Under the hood, the smartphone houses the Tensor chipset, which is developed in-house by Google.
The phone comes with Android 12 Material U skin, and Google offers up to five years of security updates. In terms of optics, both phones have a 50MP sensor with an f/1.85-inch aperture and a 1/1.3-inch sensor size.
Both phones also feature a 12MP ultra-wide camera with a 114-degree field of view. The Pixel 6 Pro has a third 48MP telephoto camera with 4X optical zoom and 20X digital zoom.