Google has confirmed the launch of the Pixel 7 series later this year. The company will launch two new premium smartphones, namely the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. Both devices will launch as a successor to the Pixel 6 series, which did not launch in India. The Pixel 7 series is expected to have a wider release and could be available in more markets this time around. The pricing and full specs of the Pixel 7 series will be announced at the event, which will be hosted later this year.
While we wait for the Pixel 7 series launch date, the devices have been spotted on the FCC certification website. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 7 series specifications, features and other details known so far.
Google Pixel 7 Series FCC
Google is set to refresh the flagship Pixel 7 lineup later this year. Possibly two out of the four Pixel devices listed on the FCC website could be the Pixel 7 series. Four Pixel devices have been spotted on the FCC website. The listing reveals that these devices have the model numbers GE2AE, GQML3, GP4BC and GVU6C. The listings do not reveal much other than the phones supporting dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The devices will support multiple 5G bands, including N2, N5, N7, N12, N25, N30, N38, N41, N48, N66, N71 and N77.
Other details of the devices remain unknown. The listings do not reveal the moniker of any of the four devices. However, it is safe to assume that two out of the four could be Pixel 7 phones.
The Pixel 7 series is rumoured to be available for sale starting from October 13. The company teased the design of the upcoming 7 series. The Pixel 7 Pro will sport a triple-camera setup, whereas the Pixel 7 will feature a dual-camera setup. Both phones could feature a 50MP main camera. The Pixel 7 Pro is likely to feature a 48MP telephoto camera. The phones are likely to sport a 6.4-inch 90Hz and a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED display with a centrally aligned hole-punch camera.
More details of the Pixel 7 series should be available in the coming days. We will share all the key specs and features once available.
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