“Your phone’s battery will run out faster when using battery share. Battery share works with compatible earbuds, watches, phones, and more,” it reads.
Since the code starts with “com.google” it’s extremely likely the feature will be exclusive to Pixel handsets for the time being. Every other Pixel exclusive feature includes the same prefix in the underlying code, while functionality available to all Android devices start with “com.android”.
Finally, it’s important to note that while Pixel 3, 3 XL, Pixel 4 and 4 XL are all capable of charging wirelessly – they won’t be able to charge another device following the update to Android 11. That’s because it’s not simply a software feature, the handsets need specific hardware as well.