We dont limit third-party devices, in fact, were working with our partners in the Made for Google program to get fast wireless 10W chargers certified for use with Pixel 3. Everything else charged at the industry standard Qi 5W.
The site doesn't have a direct quote, but it writes that, after reaching out to Google PR, it was "told that the Pixel 3 would charge at 10W on the Pixel Stand [and that] due to a "secure handshake" being established that third-party chargers would indeed be limited to 5W".
Google announced Night Sight mode for Google Camera at the Pixel 3 unveiling just the other week, but the mode has been suspiciously absent from the Pixel 3 since its launch.
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Some Android fans are now questioning whether Google messed up the Pixel 3 and 3 XL by only giving it 4GB of RAM, compared with, say, the OnePlus 6, which has 6GB of RAM.
The good folks over at XDA Developers have tinkered around with the Pixel 3/33 XL's Night Sight Mode, and have demonstrated its abilities in some latest camera samples. This is kind of a tasteless move from Google; neither Samsung (which pioneered fast wireless charging tech) nor Apple does this.
Google's new Pixel 3 XL smartphone is supposed to be the company's best challenger yet to the iPhone. That is unusual, since the phone charges at 5W on the charger and displays the same thing when connected to its included 18W wired charger. Another oddity is that the Pixel 3 displays "Charging rapidly" while on a 5W or 10W wireless charger, which is not correct, especially when the wired charger is 18W.