Pixel 3 Might Come With Wireless Charging Support, Google Likely to Launch Wireless Dock

Android P Beta 2 otherwise known as Developer Preview 3 just dropped not long ago, conveying a few changes and bug fixes to the most recent Android update. In any case, a report presently uncovers that it might likewise give a key element that accompanies the Pixel 3 - wireless charging. As per source code obtained from files of Android P Beta 2, the upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL could stamp the comeback of wireless charging to Google's smartphone territory.

According to a report by XDA Developers, a few code strands have been found in Android P's third Developer Preview that recommends another Google-marked wireless charging dock might be underway. This is revealed by the way that the source code has a few notices of wireless chargers, combined with the preface com. google rather than com.android. As indicated by the report, Google will make a different classification, under Connected Devices, for new-gen wireless docks codenamed 'Dreamliner'. Different companies might be associated with assembling the dock as the code incorporates a 'producer' field.

Because of the idea of inward availability of 'Dreamliner', there are as of now no items available outside for testing, making its odds spilling before launch minimal. In this manner, the data is completely theoretical and in view of characteristic source code. We can anticipate that Google will comment on the improvement not before the Pixel launch sometime in the not so distant future.

Another clue that wireless charging could be a reality on the Pixel 3 territory is the latest plan spill. The picture of what is seemingly a Pixel 2 model recommends that the smartphone could land with dual selfie cameras and a glass back. Wireless charging isn't new to Google's gadgets. The Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and Nexus 7 tablet have all been launched with the component. Nonetheless, the Mountain View goliath chose to skip wireless charging as far back as the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P were discharged. Be that as it may, with the iPhones and Samsung Galaxies of the world influencing it to cool again, we might too get wireless charging support on Google's upcoming lead.

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