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Pixel Stand leak reveals almost every feature, every detail

11 October 2021 0

Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event that is expected to unveil new Pixel phones and their accessories is just around the corner. But can this stop the dribbling leaks? Well, no, and we are always prepared for some last-minute spills. So, until we reach the final day which is October 19, continue to enjoy what’s coming your way.

Now, a new leak has surfaced that reveals a bit about the Pixel Stand, a wireless charger that will charge the upcoming Pixel 6 series. The leak in question comes from M. Brandon Lee from This Is Tech Today, who claims to have obtained the first clear image of the next-gen Pixel Stand. These images, in fact, look to have been taken from a user manual, where one image is showing all the labels of the Pixel Stand (2nd-gen).


In addition to revealing the design, the leak reveals the wireless charger will feature a dual-coil set up with a dedicated coil for wearables, up to 23W fast wireless charging on supported devices, and an active cooling fan. The leak also reveals the Pixel Stand will retail for $79 in the US.

The description of the wireless charger also reveals it will come in ‘Rock Candy’ and ‘Fog’ color options.

Before its appearance, the Pixel Stand made headlines for its internal work. Back in June, it was discovered, the Pixel Stand could support various profiles that will control the fan speed.

Last week, a massive leak also surfaced that shared some promotional pictures of this wireless stand that further reveal what seemed to be the charging interface when the phone is on charge. These images confirmed the Pixel Stand will bring more than just the conventional fast-charging. Today, the description also confirms the Pixel Stand has automatic and manual controls.


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