Google Upcoming Smartphone Models G0DZQ, GWKK3 and GHL1X Spotted on FCC Certification with 5G Support

These could be the Google Pixel 7a, Google Pixel Fold, or the Pixel 8 series smartphones.

  • Google is expected to launch the Google Pixel 7a at Google I/0 in May.
  • The company will introduce the Pixel 8 series later this year.
  • The tech-giant is also working on its first foldable – the Google Pixel Fold.


Google is expected to launch the Google Pixel 7a (codename lynx) during the Google I/O in the coming months. The company will also introduce the successor of the Google Pixel 7 series – Google Pixel 8 and Google Pixel 8 Pro later this year. The company is also reported to be working on its first foldable – the Google Pixel Fold. We have spotted some upcoming Google smartphones with the model numbers G0DZQ, GWKK3, GHL1X, and G82U8 on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification website.

The recently spotted Google device could be the variant of the upcoming Google Pixel 7a. We are saying this because the FCC documents do mention the device as a Phone, so it can not be an upcoming Google Pixel Fold. Also, since Pixel 7a will launch before the Pixel 8 series and Pixel 7a rumoured launch is just a couple of months away. Let us take a look at the details that have been revealed in the FCC listing.

Will Google’s G0DZQ, GWKK3, G82U8, and GHL1X be the Pixel Fold or the Pixel 7A?

The FCC certification listings for upcoming Google devices didn’t reveal anything about the devices in the terms of specifications except for 5G connectivity. If the device is indeed Google Pixel 7a, we can expect it to appear on other certification websites in the coming weeks.

Also read: Google Pixel 7a, Pixel Fold in Early 2023 and Every Pixel Likely to Launch Till 2025 Revealed in Massive Product Roadmap Leak

To those unaware, Google is expected to announce the Google Pixel 7a at Google I/O. The Pixel 7a will bring a 90Hz refresh rate display and will also support wireless charging. You can head over to this post to learn more about the Pixel 7a.

What are your expectations from the Google Pixel series in 2023? Do let us know in the comments section below.

Updating…. we will update the story once the fcc documents are updated fully