The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) has approved Google’s forthcoming Pixel series phones, most likely the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Google has already revealed the Google Pixel 6 specifications and bespoke CPUs ahead of its launch. In addition, the Google Pixel 6 duo was on display in a Google store in New York. This month was supposed to see the premiere of the Pixel series. However, this did not occur. The FCC approval has revealed some information about the future new Google Phones.
The FCC has spotted the Google Pixel 6 Series phones.
A smartphone often requires FCC certification, which is one of the final steps in the launch process. Although the certification’s listings don’t reveal much information, they do show that Google phones will be released soon. The Pixel 6 series phones will have Wi-Fi 6E or 6GHz Wi-Fi capability, according to the FCC database. Wireless charging and reverse wireless charging are available on phones. Some of the devices have been approved to support ultra-wideband (UWB) and mmWave 5G. In pixels, the UWB chip can pinpoint the exact location of neighboring objects. UWB will also be used to unlock your vehicle.
Google Pixel 6 Phones Launch Date
Moreover, according to rumors and conjecture based on a Facebook advertisement for Google Pixel 6 phones, we can expect the Google Pixel 6 to be released on October 19, 2021.
We’ll have to wait and see if these rumors turn out to be true. The unveiling of the Google Pixel 6 series is unquestionably exciting. You can sit back and enjoy the excitement about the new Pixel Phones. We’ll update you as soon as we have more information.
Google Pixel 6 series specifications (expected)
Google has stated that its newest Pixel devices will be powered by Google Tensor, the company’s in-house CPU. According to a recent source, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will have 33W fast charging. Previously, the phones were supposed to offer 23W wireless fast charging.
The Pixel 6 series is also expected to include a Live Translate feature, which will translate captions, messages, and text spotted in the camera viewfinder, as well as act as an interpreter based on the user’s preferred language. An in-display fingerprint sensor is also expected on the phone.