Google Pixel 2 XL charging doesn’t exceed 10.5W with an 18W charger

Google Pixel 2 XL

The Google masterpiece Pixel 2 XL handset contains a charger with 18W power capacity 2.0 charger. Although there have been some charging tests which reveals that the speed does not accomplish its desired power delivery capacity. It is not surpassing 10.5W speed for its 3,520 mAh battery. The handset is available in several countries now. 

A guy named Nathan K posted on Google plus regarding this issue. He also provided with a charging graph which explains the charging issues. You can see the image below. 

Google Plus graph                                                       Charging graph by Nathan K

He explained how the phone begins charging with a speed of 16W but after a few minutes it drops down to 10W. It continues charging at the same pace for about 50 minutes and then declines after reaching the 100% mark. 

Google Pixel 2 XL

Google has been facing several issues at this moment related to its new mobile phones. The Blue tint issue and the screen burn-ins which were reported for the Pixel 2 XL. Pixel received complains about high pitch frequency sounds and clicking issues. Though the company is trying its best to eradicate all problems and is coming out with solutions for its users. 

According to Nathan K, he believes that the slow charging could be a reason to prevent the degradation of Pixel 2 just like it happened with Nexus 6P. Another probable reason could be that the chip is wrongly programmed in the phone. 

There are many conjectures being followed, what do you guys think? Do you know everything about the Google Pixel 2 XL?

Do you agree with Nathan? Comment your views below and keep reading our website Mr. Phone, your daily source of information. 

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