The Google Pixel 6 series will reportedly be available for pre-order starting October 19th, with sales starting October 28th. Ahead of its launch, some reports say that the upcoming Pixel smartphone series will have a wired 33W fast charge function and a live translator function – this may also be available on other Pixel smartphones with Android 12. The report also says that Google doesn’t ship the smartphones with a 33W charger in the box, even though the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro support 33W fast charging.
According to sources cited by XDA Developers, Google will add support for 33W fast charging to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones. The publication also released some regulatory markings for the Pixel smartphones that Google has reportedly filed with the Taiwanese National Communications Commission (NCC). The charging label shows that the pixel smartphones that will soon be available on the market have charging speeds of 5 V / 3 A (15 W), 9 V / 2 A (18 W), 9 V / 3 A (27 W) and 11 V / 3 A (33 W) support.
An August report also said that the Pixel smartphones will ship without a 33W charging brick. Another report suggested 23W wireless charging support.
XDA developers have also reported a live translation feature that is said to be introduced with the Pixel 6 series, but may also be available for other Pixel smartphones running Android 12 Finder and act as an interpreter based on the language chosen by the user.
The report shows how to set up the Live Translator feature on Android 12 – located at Settings> System. The settings show a switch to turn the function on or off. It is also intended to give users the option of selecting the language in which the user would like the translation and whether they would like to download the language pack via the mobile internet. There are more than 50 languages that should support the live translator function.