Pixel 7 series received FCC certification

Google has already rolled out Android 13 and August 2022 patches for the Pixel owners across the world and earlier the US tech giant also mentioned that the Google I/O 2022 will be held in October means 2 months later.

At this event, Google will present its Pixel 7 series and long-awaited Pixel Notepad. There is yet another clue that defines the Pixel 7 series which makes sure that the device will arrive soon. According to the latest report provided by the FCC documents, the Pixel 7 series grabbed the FCC certification ahead of the October launch conference.

There is not much interesting to discover there, mainly it is about the connections. Four Pixel devices have been spotted on the FCC website. The listing shows that these devices have model numbers GE2AE, GQML3, GP4BC, and GVU6C. The listings don’t reveal much, except that the devices support dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The devices will support multiple 5G bands including N2, N5, N7, N12, N25, N30, N38, N41, N48, N66, N71 and N77.

Further details about the devices remain unknown. The lists do not reveal the name of one of the four devices. However, it is safe to assume that two of the four devices could be Pixel 7 phones.

The Pixel 7 series is rumored to be available in stores starting October 13th. The Pixel 7 Pro will have a triple camera setup, while the Pixel 7 will have a dual camera setup. Both phones could have a 50 MP main camera. The Pixel 7 Pro will likely have an additional 48MP telephoto camera. The phones will have a 6.4″ 90Hz and a 6.7″ 120Hz OLED display.

If you like our news and you want to be the first to get notifications of the latest news, then follow us on Twitter and Facebook page and join our Telegram channel. Also, you can follow us on Google News for regular updates.

Leave a Comment