Several versions of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have hit FCC for the certifications. FCC mentions them as “phones” and some of them have 5G mmWave, and some do have a Sub-6GHz band as well, along with WiFi 6E on both variants.
And things are getting a bit messy. According to the recent speculations, certain model numbers will come with mmWave, with some of them featuring a sub-6GHz band. But now things are getting mixed up. Model number A4RG9S9B belongs closely to the model G9S9B. Whereas A4RGB7N6 was meant for GB7N6 and GR1YH. yep, these things are quite messy than thought initially. You can go with the listing given below.
All of the devices are getting the certification for the WiFi 6E as well, which means you get to see the 6GHz WiFi band on your devices.
Source: Android Police
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