- Google Pixel 8 series is expected to be announced in October this year.
- The wireless charging details of the device appear online.
- The devices visited the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) certification website.
The search engine giant Google is currently working on the upcoming flagship smartphone series called the Google Pixel 8 series and the same is expected to launch in October as it is the usual launching timeline for the new flagship products of the company.
Before the launching of the upcoming flagship Smartphones of the company, the wireless charging details of the smartphone series appear online as the same is listed on the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) certification website.
It is confirming that the upcoming Google Pixel 8 smartphone has the model number GKWS6 and the same will be supporting 12W wireless charging. It is also listed Qi standard, which is 1.2.4 and the same is confirming that the upcoming Google Pixel 8 will not support Qi2 wireless charging standard.
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