Pixel 6: Google does not need the charger included in the box, like Apple and Samsung

The future Pixel 6 and 6 Pro from Google will not come with a charger, announced Google yesterday during the presentation of the new Pixel 5a. Therefore, Google joins Apple and Samsung in the list of manufacturers that no longer include the box charger.

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Google officially unveiled its new Pixel 5a 5G yesterday, an interesting mid-range smartphone that turned out to be cheaper than the Pixel 4a 5G. At the time of its launch, Google announced that it would likely be the last time will include a charger in the box with a new phone.

In other words, Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will sell well without chargers this fall, you will either have to get it separately or use a USB-C charger you already own. Google isn’t alone in this decision, as Apple stopped including a power adapter in the iPhone 12 case in 2020, and Samsung did the same with the Galaxy S21 earlier this year. We imagine that Google will also evoke ecological reasons that led it to remove the charger.

What do we know about Pixel 6 and 6 Pro?

The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are no longer a secret, as Google itself revealed in advance the design and a large part of the smartphone’s technical specifications. In fact, we now know that both will be powered not by a Snapdragon processor, but by a new chip called the Tensor. This promises to be very close to the Galaxy S21’s Exynos 2100, but Google has focused on the artificial intelligence part of the chip.

Also, from the photo side, we know that Google will finally abandon its IMX363 sensor, which it has been using for several generations of smartphones now. We will find in Pixel 6 a main sensor of 50 MP, a second 12 MP ultra wide-angle sensor and in the Pixel 6 Pro a third 48 MP periscope sensor that allows 4x optical zoom.

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Unlike the new Pixel 5a 5G, which was only released in the US and Japan, the next Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will be well marketed in France. Still, with all these big changes, you shouldn’t expect them to be affordable.

Source: The Verge




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