How to use the Android wireless charger

The Android wireless charging cable can charge up to three devices at once and can be charged in about five minutes.

It’s the latest addition to the wireless charging technology from Google.

Read more: Google just announced the new wireless charging port in the Android 8.0 Oreo update, which brings the latest wireless charging tech to the Pixel XL.

The new version is called the Pixel Qi.

Google’s latest wireless charger has an inductive charging design which is powered by a magnetic field, rather than a coil.

Google says it can charge your device up to 5.5A with the Pixel Wireless Charger.

To use the wireless charger, you’ll need to connect it to the smartphone’s wireless port, as shown below.

It’ll be powered by the USB-C port, and the device will charge when it detects a charge level in the range of 3.5V to 5V.

This is the lowest charging current available in the Pixel wireless charger.

It’s worth noting that the Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel Wireless charging cables are compatible with the Qi charging standard, which is a new wireless standard that lets you charge a number of compatible devices at the same time.

The Pixel Qi is available in three colors: Black, White, and Blue.

Google will also be launching an in-store sale starting at 10am PT/1pm ET on April 15th for $9.99.

It will be available in several colors in a variety of colors.