Did you buy Google Pixel 6 I hope that (to choose) Can a 30W charger charge your phone faster? You may need to lower your expectations. Android Authority test have shown that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are not close to hitting the 30W roof. Instead, the charger came out at 22W – not much better than the 18W charger from Pixel 5.
The phones appear to be meeting Google’s demand for 50 per cent in 30 minutes. Charging goes down soon after, however, the phone goes down from the latest USB Power Delivery PPS to the old PD 2.0 battery when it reaches 75 percent. You don’t save a lot of time with a 30W brick, and save a lot of money at 50 percent (31 minutes versus 40 minutes).
Samsung is Galaxy S21 Ultra it pulls all the power through the same charger, it automatically shuts off and continues to use the latest level all the time, depending on the test results. Although the S21 Ultra battery is very hot, it is still cool.
We asked Google to comment. AA believed the issue could be software-related, as the calculation of the bill seemed to be “similar” to the Pixel 5. It is also important to note that Google merchants do not promise 30W to charge, just take half an hour quickly. This is not what the 30W chargers mean, however, and a well-known recording history shows that the Pixel 6 may need a software upgrade to meet all of them.
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