A New Foldable Pixel Phone Under Development And Pixel 6 Pro To Support 33W Charging

Google is said to be increasing its charging game with the launch of the new Pixel 6 Pro. A new listing on Taiwan’s NCC database has shown that the Pixel 6 Pro (identifier GLU0G) will support up to 33W charging speeds. Initially, it was known that it will be having a 5,000 mAh battery. Although it isn’t known if the vanilla Pixel 6 will be getting a 33W charging. Google had already said that it won’t include a charger in the Pixel 6 series. The Pixel 6 series is expected to launch on October 19.

Coming to another interesting update, a new Android 12.1 leak has suggested implications to a second foldable phone codenamed “Jumbojack”. Android 12.1 is an update over the Android 12 and it will bring in several optimizations for the foldable range of Google. Pixel Jumbojack was seen previously in several Android 12 documentations as a test device. It is also expected to bring a Galaxy Fold-like two-display setup. This means that it will have a large internal panel and a smaller external display. One should keep in mind that this isn’t the Pixel Passport that leaked last week and is likely to launch in the fourth quarter of 2021.

Evan Blass has also confirmed the launch of the device by the end of the year. The new report about foldable phones is that these have been in production for over two years and they will definitely be something worth getting excited about.