Google Pixel 6 series passes through FCC, confirming UWB and Wi-Fi 6E support


The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro expected to arrive next month have been FCC certified, moving them a step closer to the launch.

We are looking at four filings covering six models – GLU0G, G9S9B, G8V0U, GF5KQ, GB7N6, and GR1YH – with the last four covered under two filings.

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The FCC documents don’t detail the phones’ specs sheets, but they confirm that the Pixel 6 series will come with Wi-Fi 6E and ultra-wideband (UWB) support. The latter’s not a surprise, though, since evidence about the same had surfaced previously. However, not all models have mmWave 5G and UWB support, which might be a carrier thing.

You can check out the table below to get a better idea about the mmWave, UWB, and Wi-Fi 6E support across the six certified models.

Model FCC ID mmWave 5G UWB Wi-Fi 6E
G9S9B A4RG9S9B Yes (n260, n261) No Yes
G8V0U A4RG8V0U Yes (n258, n260, n261) Yes Yes
GF5KQ Yes (n258, n260, n261) Yes Yes
GB7N6 A4RGB7N6 No No Yes
GR1YH No No Yes



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