The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have reportedly been submitted to the FCC for certification. It is based on the new observations 5G-enabled devices and classified as phones that are transitioning from the search giant.
Of course, neither device is listed by the FCC as “Pixel 7” or “Pixel 7 Pro,” but they follow Google’s usual designations. On the contrary, these are the only two phones that Google is confirmed to be working on. Although there were such hints and allusions to potential third and fourth devices.
What do the FCC listings say about the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro?
Similarly, the FCC listings don’t reveal too many details about future Pixel phones in general. This is primarily because the FCC usually deals with radio signals.
That being said, there are a few discrepancies and potentially multiple models for both devices.
For example, one device is labeled as A4RGQML3 and another as A4RGVU6C. They are, on the other hand, completely separate from A4RGE2AE and A4RGP4BC. These two sets of devices are incredibly similar, given the two model designations for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. No matter how small the differences.
The first set of models, the GVU6C and GQML3, for example, show that the latter device comes with additional bands for 5G. As shown in the images below provided by the source. Although the difference between A4RGE2AE and A4RGP4BC is also 5G. The first device showcases mmWave 5G and 5G n259, n260 and n261 bands. Each of these is absent in A4RGP4BC.
Each of the devices is also listed as shipping to the US. This means at least two of the above Pixel gadgets may potentially be more ready for certain carriers than others. Differences in 5G bands ensure full connectivity within a given provider’s network. That will likely be for Verizon and/or AT&T, each of which already has its own faster 5G networks. But it remains to be seen whether this is the case.
Four Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro models appear at FCC ahead of launch
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