Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and further variants are listed on the FCC

The world’s most popular search engine, Google, may soon release several new products. The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been seen on the FCC website along with other models.

These items join the earlier this week mentioned Google goods, such as the Nest WiFi Routers from yesterday, on the FCC. On October 13, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are anticipated to go on sale.

The model numbers GE2AE, GP4B6, GVU6C, and GQML3 for the Pixel 7 series are visible on the FCC radar. The current Pixel 7 series phones can connect to 5G networks.

The network bands accessible on the GQML3 and GVU6C have minor changes. In addition to the GVU6C’s available 5G n250 and n261 bands, the GQML3 has them. The 5G n259, n260, and n261 also slightly vary between the GE2AE and GP4B6.

Besides 2.4 and 5GHz WiFi, the Google Pixel 7 series also supports WiFi 6E. Additionally, the series offers communication through Bluetooth, NFC, GSM GPRS EGPRS, HSDPA, HSUPA, and WPT.

According to the FCC, the Pixel 7 devices are the GQML3 and GVU6C, while the Pixel 7 Pro variants are the GE2AE and GP4BC. The models of the Pixel 7 are almost identical to those of the Pixel 6.

The variants come with internal storage that can hold up to 128GB and up to 8GB of RAM. While the Pixel 7 features a twin back camera module, the Pixel 7 Pro boasts a triple rear camera configuration.

The Pixel 7 Pro’s 6.7-inch OLED screen is marginally more significant than the Pixel 7’s 6.4-inch screen with a 90 Hz refresh rate.

Much of the Pixel 7 series information has come through leaks since Google has not yet released a detailed description of the next flagships. The gadgets’ FCC listing, however, suggests that a launch is about to come.