The new Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL support 11W wireless charging, thanks to the miniBatt wireless chargers. miniBatt is a member of the Wireless Power Consortium, an organization specialized in this type of charging. In the WPC, we find the Pixel 4 data sheet where its 11W wireless charging power is mentioned.
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Google has eliminated the typical notch, leaving at 81% screen utilization in the Google Pixel 4, and up to 82% in the Pixel 4 XL. The fingerprint sensor on the back disappears as well.
In the photographic section, Google has surprised us with two sensors in the rear camera, with the 12.2 megapixel sensor, to which we now have to add the new 16 megapixel tele lens, which also has 1.8x optical zoom.
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The Google Pixel 4 accepts 11W wireless charging and is 100% compatible with any miniBatt charger. In the Wireless Power Consortium, an organization specifically designed for this type of charging, we can see how in Google Pixel 4 it is mentioned that its wireless charging power is 11W, while in Google Pixel 3 (its predecessor) it marked 5W.
Yes, it is true that brands like Xiaomi have fast loads of much more power, such as the 30W of the Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G, but this Google Pixel 4 is placed above other high-end models, surpassing the all-powerful iPhone 11 Pro , which supports a maximum power of 7.5W for wireless charging. It seems that, every day that passes, more manufacturers take this type of wireless charging system seriously, which can be really useful to keep our terminal always charged with a movement as simple as placing it on the table.
More information to the list of devices compatible with wireless charging, click here.