Google is speedily preparing for the launch of the Pixel 6 series. There was a report that the series will debut on the 13th of this month. It should be noted that Google introduced the phone earlier last month, they revealed a few specs and design of the phone.
Ahead of the rumoured launch, the team at Android Police has spotted a 23W wireless charging stand that belongs to Google via an American retailer. The retailers have started stocking the Pixel 6 series accessories.
One of the accessories spotted by Android Police is the one labelled “Google Pixel 23W WL Stand.” The 23W in the name indicates that the charger can be able to output 23 watts, hence the Pixel 6 series will come with a 23W wireless charging.
If we look back at the Pixel 5, we can see that this is a huge leap forward from Google. In comparison, the Pixel 5 series has 15W wirelessly charging. The Pixel 6 series smartphone is likely going to be the best smartphone from Google.
It was officially revealed that it will come with Google Pixel’s chip called Tensor – co-developed with Samsung. The smartphone will also arrive with a unique design, one of its kind from Google. The display is also huge compared to other Pixel phones.
Features of the Pixel 6 series
Some of the specs Google revealed during its introduction earlier last month is that the standard version will come with a 6.4-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ resolution. The Pixel 6 Pro will come with a 6.7-inch Quad HD+ resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate.
The standard version will have a dual rear camera while the Pro version will have a triple rear camera. While the pixels count is still unknown, we know they will be a wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 4x telephoto lens.
If the Google Pixel 6 series will debut on September 13, the company will announce it within the next couple of dates.
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