FCC listing suggests Google’s midrange Pixel 5A 5G could arrive soon

Google’s mid-range product for last year’s Pixel 5, the Pixel 5A 5G, was found in the FCC’s database, suggesting that a launch might not be far off. android police, the first report I’ve seen of both listings says no one specifically mentions the name “Pixel 5A”, but reports that at least one of the three model numbers (GR0M2) matches: previous report About the barely announced phone.

android police One of the models (G1F8F) is speculated to be a US version of the mobile phone based on the radio frequency band, but reports that this version does not support mmWave 5G networks. In contrast, the Pixel 4A 5G supports mmWave when used with compatible carriers. The other two models may be international versions of the phone..

Otherwise, the list doesn’t offer many new details compared to what’s already been rumored about the phone. The Pixel 5a is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, has a 6.2-inch OLED 1080p display, and includes a headphone jack like Google’s previous A-series Pixel. Two rear cameras (the main one and the ultrawide) are expected, based on a recent leak of ultra-wide camera shots believed to have been taken with an unreleased phone.

Now the big question is when we can see Google officially detailing the phone beyond simply checking if the phone exists. When the phone was pre-announced earlier this year in response to rumors that the phone was cancelled, Google didn’t give an exact release date, only saying it would launch “late this year.” Also, although officially confirming the release only in the US and Japan, android police FYI, if Japan were the only non-US market for the device, it would be odd to produce two international versions of the handset.

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