Google Locks Down Wireless Charging For Its Flagship Smartphone

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL are the first Google smartphones in the series to offer wireless charging. This was one of the most anticipated and obvious additions as most of the flagship products now include wireless Qi charging support.

Like others, Pixel 3 handsets are compatible with third-party Qi chargers and, of course, Google Pixel support. But now, it has been discovered that if you use the Pixel 3 on a third-party wireless charger, you probably will not have speed.

As reported by several online websites,

Google Pixel 3 supports wireless charging speeds of up to 10W, but charges 5W with third-party wireless 10W chargers. It has also been discovered that the Pixel 3 is currently charged at only 10W if it is held on the company's Pixel Support for $ 79. This is comparatively more than the usual price tags of Qi chargers on the market.

Many people have come to the conclusion that Google is not loyal because it has prevented the Pixel 3 from being fully loaded by third parties. But Google responded to these allegations and said that it does not block the carrying capacity of the Pixel 3. But that did not negate the claims either.

Why the Pixel 3 is perfectly related to pixel support, Google added that the two work together thanks to a protocol developed by us for speed loading. "He did not specify what the" protocol "is.

So, if you're thinking about buying new smartphones and wanting the "true" wireless charging speed, you can buy Pixel Support or wait for third-party manufacturers to launch 10W-compatible support.

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