Pixel 6 Pro faster charging apparently confirmed by regulatory body
Per the outlet’s source, at least one Pixel 6 Pro model will offer faster charging than previous-generation Pixel phones, none of which went further than 18W.
Apparently, Taiwan’s telecommunications regulatory body National Communications Commission (NCC) has given the go-ahead to the Pixel 6 Pro and the accompanying paperwork reveals that it will support these charging speeds: 5V/3A (15W), 9V/2A (18W), 9V/3A (27W), and 11V/3A (33W).
Although only one Pixel 6 Pro model was certified by the NCC, it’s unlikely that only one variant will support 33W charging. Google has already implied that the charger will be sold separately.
The Mountain View company has told us quite a lot about the Pixel 6 duo and is currently aggressively marketing the series, ahead of their rumored October 19 unveiling.
For starters, they will be underpinned by the custom-made Tensor processor, which kind of sounds experimental. The phones will also get a facelift and new camera sensors. A couple of reports have also said that they will be supported for 5 years by Google. Price remains a mystery.