Google is promoting a 30W charger for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. However, by reading the small text at the bottom of the official website, we learn that the two smartphones support 20 and 23W powers.
Is enough ! The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro officially introduced. These smartphones promise great things, especially on the image side – in particular thanks to Unblur function for photos or zoom capabilities. However, there is one point that may annoy users: fast charging.
on google storeIt is written that the Pixel 7 can restore ” Charging up to 50% in about 30 minutesProvided you use30W Google USB-C Charger with USB-PD 3.0 (PPS) sold separatelyIn other words, some might think that smartphones are compatible with 30W charging.
30W for charger, NOT for Pixel 7
But this is not the case. A small annotation points to the bottom of the official page to state that “Quoted wired charging speeds (up to 20W on the Pixel 7 and up to 23W on the Pixel 7 Pro) assume the use of a Google 30W USB-C charger, connected to a wall outlet“.And to specify that “actual shipping times may be longer“.
Thus, the actual charging power supported by the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro is less than that provided by Google with its official charger. Google’s fine print also clearly indicates that you won’t achieve the same charging speeds with other chargers.
This is not surprising. Independently USB-C . port that became more democratic – and Which should even relate to iPhones Manufacturers continue to use proprietary charging technologies. Thus, to ensure that you benefit from the best charging speed, it is recommended to use the official charger supplied or sold by the brand.
At Google, a 30-watt solution costs 29 euros.
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