Pixel 7 and 7 Pro went through FCC certification. We thus learn more about their capacity in 5G or even on Ultra Wide Band.
If we already know for sure that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be released next fall, we still don’t know a lot about their real capabilities.
Fortunately, certification season is coming for Google’s next flagship, a sign that it’s approaching maturity and its release is coming soon.
The Ultra Wide Band remains reserved for the Pro
Certification with the FCC caught the eye of 9to5Google. We discover in particular the provisions in terms of connectivity of future telephones. First important information, Ultra Wide Band (UWB) should remain exclusive to the Pixel 7 Pro, exactly as for the Pixel 6 series.
This may seem surprising, given that we know that the Mountain View company is working on a native integration of Ultra Wide Band on Android 13. As a reminder, Ultra Wide Band makes it possible to increase the “accuracy of localization space” (with Bluetooth trackers for example) or proximity sharing with “digital car keys” can be read on 9to5.
Another important element: Google should offer various variants of the phones, some with classic 5G compatibility, and others that can take advantage of mmWave. Given that in France, the mmWave bands are not yet exploited by the operators, it would not be surprising if only the sub-6 variants were marketed here.
What to expect from Pixel 7 and 7 Pro
As a reminder, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will take over what made the success of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, with the notable addition of an aluminum photo block, a new Tensor 2 chip or even a slightly smaller screen. on the smaller model.
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