The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are not the best in terms of wireless charging. Those figures apply only when the phones are being charged on the newest Pixel Stand, which supports up to 21 and 23 watts of wireless power. You’ll want a 15W charger that supports the Extended Power Profile in all other cases.
Considering all that, we have simplified things here as much as we can. The wireless chargers listed below are our favourites right now for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Belkin BOOST CHARGE Wireless Charging Pad 15W
Belkin’s Boost Charge Wireless Charging Pad works with official EPP support, enabling fast charging speeds up to 12W, which is close to the Pixel 6’s maximum 21W speed without spending a fortune on a Pixel Stand. The cable and AC adapter are included, and the charger comes with a non-slip coating to prevent your phone from sliding off.
Color Rokk Wireless Charging Pad
If all you need is a fast charge for your Pixel 6, this is an excellent choice. It does not come with an adapter, but it is powered using a USB-C cable, so the same one that you use to charge your smartphone can also be used with this pad. Those who don’t need to charge multiple devices simultaneously should consider the Color Rokk Wireless Charging Pad. Your Pixel 6 will benefit from its low price and fast speed.
Moshi Sette Q
In spite of the high price of the Moshi Sette Q pad, the pad can charge three devices at the same time, two using the built-in 15W wireless charging technology and a third using the built-in USB-A port. Whether you’re working on your desk or sleeping, this gorgeous textured fabric case will be an excellent addition to store your phone, watch, and earbuds. You can find many charging devices on Cell Phone Time with many options to choose your favourite.
Although it costs a lot, you should keep in mind that this pad comes with an adapter and USB-C cable and functions like a three-in-one powerhouse.
Anker PowerCore III 10K Wireless Portable Charger
It’s a great choice that combines a wireless charger and a power bank, the Anker PowerCore III 10K Wireless Portable Charger. You can use it to charge your phone wirelessly at up to 10W, even while the bank is plugged in. It is also capable of simultaneously charging two devices through its dual USB-C and USB-A ports at a maximum rate of 18W. You’ll need to buy an 18W wall charger separately if you want to make the most of the power bank as it does not come with an AC adapter or cable.
IOttie ION Wireless Duo
iOttie’s iON Wireless Duo is an excellent choice if you are looking to charge multiple devices simultaneously. It offers an elegant design along with a 15W stand charger as well as a 5W flat surface to charge Pixel 6 and wireless earbuds simultaneously. Although it’s not cheap, it comes with a cable and a wall adapter.
If you have a Pixel 6, buy the dark one instead of the lighter one, as it can charge it up at 15W instead of 10W for the lighter one.
IOttie Wireless Car Charger
At home, there are many great options for charging your Pixel 6, but what about in your car? You can wirelessly charge your phone in the car with the iOttie Wireless Car Charger. The device comes with a dual USB adapter and cable, and it can be adjusted to provide the most comfortable driving position. It’s also easier to use with your Pixel 6 or any other Qi-compatible device, as it doesn’t require a magnet or a case, unlike other wireless charging car mounts. It’s also easier to use with your Pixel 6 or any other Qi-compatible device, as it doesn’t require a magnet or a case, unlike other wireless charging car mounts.
Google Pixel Stand (2nd Gen)
With Google’s second-generation Pixel Stand, you can wirelessly charge your Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro at their fastest charging speeds of 21W and 23W, respectively. The Pixel Stand is not inexpensive, but it includes everything you need, including a wall adapter. In addition to charging phones, it can also charge earbuds and devices from other brands, due to its Qi certification. Pixel handsets can convert into Nest Hubs, letting users control their connected cameras, lights, and more.
Spigen Wireless 15W Wireless Charging Pad
Compared to other wireless charging pads, the Spigen 15W Wireless Charging Pad charges your phone at a reasonable rate and features a non-slip mat to prevent your phone from falling. There are downsides, such as the high price and no adapter included, but if you prefer a flat charger to a stand, it might be worth taking into account. While there is no mention of EPP compliance, user reviews do mention fast speeds – including for the Pixel 6 Pro.
Anker 15W Max
From your home to your office, you can use this Anker charger in a wide variety of locations. It provides your phone with 15 Watts of charging power. Although the device has an LED light, its brightness can be easily blocked at night if you have a problem falling asleep with bright lights. It’s expensive, and it doesn’t come with an adapter.
With Power Delivery (PD), you can power this pad with just about any USB-C charger you already have.