Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have officially been approved by the FCC(Federal Communications Commission). There are four separate listings, but only two of them contain two model numbers with the same FCC ID, while the other two are single entries.
Assuming there are two phones, we think the Pixel 7 Pro is “GP4BC“, only supporting Sub-6Ghz 5G connectivity, while “GE2AE“, supports mmWave. On the other hand, the Pixel 7 is “GVU6C” (and G03Z5) with Sub-6, while “GQML3” has mmWave.
Ultra-wideband (UWB) is advertised in these two ads, with Google saving that functionality for the Pro phone for one more year. With Nearby Share and subsequent smart vehicle keys, Google is utilizing UWB for “precise range and spatial alignment” at this time.
Google initially unveiled the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in May at I/O 2022. With the exception of an aluminum camera bar with circular and pill-shaped cutouts, the design is largely the same as that of last year’s series. The present layout, in which everything is covered in glass, gets replaced with this one. With the acquisition of FCC’s license, we can certainly say that Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are near to their launch.