Google explains why Pixels 6 load slower than users expected

Loading in Pixels 6 turned out to be a profession for many users. Now Google explains why smartphones charge slower than customers expected.

A few weeks ago, right after the premiere of the Pixel 6 smartphone, Kamil mentioned the first problems that users complained about. Among them there are mainly the slow operation of the fingerprint reader and the charging slower than announced:

Android Authority checked the actual charging power of the Pixel 6/6 Pro using the 30 W charger recommended by Google, which must be purchased separately. It turns out that the promised 30 W will never be seen, and the battery in Pixel 6 Pro is charged with a maximum of 22 W. And yes, for the first half an hour it will be possible to recover 50% of the battery power, but then charging goes much slower, in the tip dropping even to 2.5 W. As a result, fully charging a cell with a capacity of 5000 mAh takes as long as 111 minutes, which is nearly 2 hours. What’s more, this is no saving compared to the standard 18 W charger for Pixela, which only needs 10 minutes more to fully charge the same smartphone. If I had to pay extra for a more powerful charger, I would feel very disappointed.

Now Google is speaking – and in a specially prepared article on the support page explainwhy the smartphone does not charge as fast as users expect. We read there that the Pixel 6 smartphone can charge a maximum of 21W, while the Pixel 6 Pro – 23W, and just like everywhere – such performance is only possible when the battery is almost completely discharged.

Google has designed high energy density cells in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to strike a balance between battery life, longevity and fast charging

It’s good that the company spoke on the topic – but it’s a pity that it took it so long – and on the way a bucket of slush spilled from users who were moderately satisfied with this turn of events. The article explains the nuances of slower charging when the battery indicator shows above 80%, and in addition, advanced algorithms are to help in everything.

About Alex Marcell

He likes dogs, pizza and popcorn. Already a fanboy of Nintendo and Sony, but today throws anything. He has collaborated on sites and magazines such as GameBlast, Nintendo World, Hero and Portal Pop, but today is dedicated exclusively to Spark Chronicles.

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