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- The FCC has four model numbers that all refer to the Google Pixel 6a.
- This is hard to say for sure, but it strongly suggests that there is a wider global release than we have seen for the Pixel 5a.
- It is possible that Google may launch the latest A-Series phones during Google I / O in May.
Fortunately, it appears that Google Pixel 6a cannot completely replicate this strategy (via MySmartPrice) While it is very likely that the phone will look incredibly similar to the Google Pixel 6, it may be more extensive than just the United States and Japan. This is evidenced by a new series of FCC lists that all mention the Pixel 6a.
Google Pixel 6a model number
The four model numbers are as follows:
The first three are almost certainly related to the Pixel 6a. The latter, the A4RGB17L, is somewhat wildcard. It’s a relatively safe bet that it’s a Google Pixel 6a variant, though.
Now, only one country can have multiple model numbers. For example, one of them (A4RGX7AS) bands seems to support N38 and N41. Another (A4RG1AZG) seems to support mmWave connection. These two models could land both in the United States and elsewhere, for example.
See also: You must know information and myths about mmWave 5G
However, the existence of many of these models suggests that we look at a wider international release for the Google Pixel 6a. It could be just one or more countries, but it would probably seem that people outside the United States and Japan would be able to buy one.
It is possible that Google may launch this phone in Google I / O 2022, starting May 11th. Stay tuned!