V the network continues to investigate which the same charge for actually support new flagships Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro...
What turned out?
For those who do not v course, the manufacturer sells a 30W charger for the Pixel 6 line, so the impression is that smartphones do support this kind of charging. But tests showedthat the maximum power consumed from charger for both Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, on is actually 22 W with average value of 13 W v the course of the cycle. Tests have shown that up to 30 watts charging not comes.
V As a result, Google admitted that 30-watt charging at "pixels" really not: the charging power of the Pixel 6 only reaches 21W, the Pixel 6 Pro - 23 W.
"We optimized lithium ion Pixel battery for fast charging on low battery. Pixel 6 can dial up 50% for about thirty minutes (from Google charger USB-C power of 30 W) and quickly reaches 80% in about hour, in dependence on using the device and temperature. The peak power of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro from wired charger is 21W and 23 Watt respectively", - explains Google.
AND all it is not clear why smartphones need charging on 30 W, if they do not have such power support. However less, the company continues to sell 30-watt Charger.
The charging power is also reported to be changed to extend battery life.
"Google has developed cells with high energy density in Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to strike a balance between battery life, durability and fast charging. Regardless available power from wall outlet, the actual power transmitted to during a full charging cycle, varies in for one charge. Charge rate in any moment depends on factors such as battery design and system, temperature, system use and state of charge"
A source: Google