- Three mysterious Google phones just passed through the FCC, likely the Google Pixel 6 series.
- All devices support Wi-Fi 6E, but only one supports mmWave.
- FCC certifications such as these usually signal an imminent launch.
Google has told us a lot about its upcoming pair of flagship phones. However, one thing it hasn’t divulged is when we’ll actually see them launch. Thankfully, we now know we are quite close to that date, whenever it might be.
See also: All Google Pixel phones released so far
Traditionally, the FCC is one of the last steps in the release of a smartphone. Although these certification listings don’t tell us much, they prove that we should see Google launch the devices very soon.
The two phones have the following model numbers:
- G9S9B (likely Pixel 6 Pro)
- GB7N6 and GR1YH (likely Pixel 6)
It’s not easy to tell which model number matches up to which phone. However, the G9S9B phone supports mmWave 5G, while the other two do not. This leads us to believe that the G9S9B is the Pro model. All three models support Wi-Fi 6E and Sub6 5G, though, which is nice to see.
We’ll need to wait and see if these theories match up, but you can go ahead and start getting pumped for the Pixel 6 release, as they are almost certainly right around the corner.