A new report suggests Google Pixel 6 series to come with UWB and Wi-Fi 6E support
Google has been working on UWB support, a short-range wireless communication protocol that's useful for precisely tracking the location of nearby objects
Google is planning to launch its Pixel 6 as well as Pixel 6 Pro smartphones in October this year.
Now FCC documents have claimed that the Pixel 6 series will come with Wi-Fi 6E and ultra-wideband (UWB) support.
According to the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Google Pixel 6 series will come with a combination of Wi-Fi 6E, mmWave 5G, and Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. The six Pixel 6 models spotted on the FCC listing are GLU0G, G9S9B, G8V0U, GF5KQ, GB7N6 and GR1YH, reports GizmoChina.
As per the report, mmWave 5G connectivity will be carrier-dependent, but all the models do have Wi-Fi 6E connectivity. Only three models have the UWB functionality, namely GLU0G, G8V0U, GF5KQ.
Google has been working on UWB support, a short-range wireless communication protocol that's useful for precisely tracking the location of nearby objects.
The Pixel 6 Pro is tipped to feature a display panel with a resolution of 1,440x3,120 pixels and 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone is expected to come preinstalled with a digital car key application, reports XDA Developers.
Under the hood, the smartphone will come with a Tensor chipset, paired with Mali-G78 GPU, up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 512GB of storage.
In terms of optics, the smartphone will come with a triple rear camera setup comprising a 50MP Samsung GN1 primary sensor, a 12MP Sony IMX386 ultra-wide lens, and a 48MP Sony IMX586 telephoto snapper with 4x optical zoom support.
There will be a 12MP Sony IMX663 front-facing camera for selfies and video calling.
*Edited from an IANS report