Google Pixel 6 is the latest flagship smartphone has been revealed. The flagship smartphone series is all set to go on pre-order starting from October 19 and shipments will begin on October 28. Now, a few reports claim that the Pixel 6 Notably, these features are to be rolled out to Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphone series and will arrive with 33W wired fasting charing as well as Live Feature Mode. However, it is confirmed that this device will not ship with a 33W fast charger within its box.
Google Pixel 6 Series Fast Charging Support
As per XDA Developers, Google will add the 33W fast charging support to Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, the latest generation models. The publication has also shared some regulatory labels for the Pixel smartphones that Google reportedly submitted. These have been shared with Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC). Notably, the charging label shows that the soon-to-be-launched Pixel smartphones will support 5V/3A (15W), 9V/2A (18W), 9V/3A (27W), and 11V/3A (33W) charging speeds.
One of the previous reports hinted that the Pixel smartphones will be shipped without a 33W charging brick. Another report had suggested 23W wireless charging support.
Live Translate Feature
Furthermore, the report goes on to state that the Pixel 6 series smartphone will have the Live Translate feature, which could debut with the Pixel 6 series but may also be available for other Pixel smartphones running Android 12. Reportedly, this Live Translate feature will reportedly translate captions, messages, text detected in the camera viewfinder, and act as an interpreter based on the language chosen by the user.
It also shows how to set up the Live Translate feature on Android 12. Going by the same, you need to first head on to Settings > System. The settings show a toggle for turning the Live Translate feature on or off. Also, it is speculated that it will give users the option to choose the language a user wants the translation in and if they want to download the language pack over mobile Internet. There are more than 50 languages that are said to support the Live Translate feature.