As per the tests run and conducted by Android Authority, the recently launched Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro is offering a low charging speed with a peak power of 22W.
According to the reports, the Pro variant works at a considerably slower speed as compared to Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra when it is charged with Google 30W Type-C Charger with USB-PD 3.0 (PPS). Both of the smartphones hold a 5,000mAh battery capacity, but the offering by Samsung draws more power to reduce the time needed to charge the smartphone completely.
Google Pixel 6 Pro Charges Less Than Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro can draw a maximum of 22W power when they are charged with Google 30W USB-C Charger with USB-PD 3.0 (PPS). The tests set Google Pixel 6 Pro against Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, which draws 25W power from the same charger. The tests also showed that Google Pixel 6 Pro takes about 111 minutes to fully charge its 5,000mAh battery. Whereas, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra fully charges in 62 minutes. It means that Samsung is 49 minutes faster.
The report further talks about average power over the charge cycle. Google Pixel 6 Pro draws the maximum 22W power until a 50 per cent charge is complete. It takes about 31 minutes to charge in comparison to Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Galaxy pulls a peak power of 28W before conquering it at the 50 per cent mark. Post 50 per cent, the phone draws 20W power till the 85 per cent mark, and 6W for the last 15 per cent, the report states.
Various media reports suggest that the Google Pixel 6 series carries a maximum of up to 30W charging. But Google claims that the Pixel 6 phones can be filled up to 50 per cent in 30 minutes with a Google 30W USB-C charger.