|Better features without doubling the price of the Pixel Stand. © Google|
The release of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is relatively close and the leaks concerning the two smartphones keep appearing on the internet. This year, the two Google models will also come with new accessories, including the Pixel Stand, a wireless charger that could revolutionize its genre. The latter could be equipped with very good features at a price that could make some competitors blush.
A PIXEL STAND THAT KEEPS A STRAIGHT HEAD FACING ITS COMPETITORS
The Mountain View firm is particularly eagerly awaited with its wireless charger. The leaks of a Google wireless charger have been around for a few months now, and have continued to decline. Lately, Android Central media is even pushing the envelope, or not, assuming the Pixel Stand can be very well made at a very aggressive price.
Indeed, with this new generation of wireless chargers, Google could well offer a nice evolution of the first generation. The second-generation Pixel Stand is rumored to be capable of charging the Google Pixel 6 up to 23 watts.
Retail associates have a sweepstakes event associated w/the P6. Prize values have to be disclosed for taxes. The initial doc uploaded had a price but was removed and replaced with TBD either to hide pricing, or it could change. $850 P6. pic.twitter.com/P9hlEszLks
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On the pricey side, Google’s Pixel Stand is expected at the turn. However, other rumors point to a price known to first-generation buyers. Indeed, Google’s wireless charger could be sold, separately, at the same price as the first-generation Pixel Stand. As a reminder, the first charger model is sold for 79 €.
If these remarks are made and confirmed by Google during the announcement of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, the company could shake some competitors. That would mean that Google would either have the intention of shutting down the first model or could sell it at a reduced price to liquidate the stocks it still has.