Google recently confirmed that the Pixel 6 series phones will not come with a charger in the box. A new report says that the phones will come with support for 33W fast charging, compared to maximum 18W PD charging in older models. The phone might support both 18W PD and 33W fast charging, and users might get an option to choose the charger themselves.
Xiaomi has been bundling 33W fast charger even with the mid-range smartphones, and realme uses both 30W Dart and 65W Super Dart fast charging tech in their phones. Earlier rumours revealed that the Pixel 6 Pro will pack a 5000mAh battery, making it the biggest battery in the Pixel series yet. The company’s Pixel 5a 5G that was introduced earlier this week packs a huge 4,680mAh and has support for 18W USB-PD 2.0 fast charging.
Google has already confirmed that the Pixel 6 series will go official sometime in the fall, which is around October. It is expected to launch in Australia, Canada, France, Japan, France, Taiwan, the US and the UK. India is not in the list, at least in the first round, but it might come later.