But that lack of a charging brick may be causing some issues: Scattered reports, originally surfaced by 9to5Google, indicate the Pixel 6 experiences charging troubles if charged using an incompatible USB-C cable.
Google does include a USB-C to USB-C charging cable in the box, but if you don’t have a USB-C charging brick, you might be plugging an old cable into a USB-A wall plug.
Google suggests that you use at minimum a USB-C cable with a USB 2.0 power adapter and cables and toss aside the USB-A power adapter for a USB-C to USB-C solution instead.
The phone seemed to charge fine with a USB-A to USB-C cable charging from an Aukey power strip, as well as an Apple 30W MagSafe power adapter.
I charged the Pixel 6 Pro via a proprietary OnePlus Warp charging cable to a generic USB-C power delivery brick.