There’s a new Google device that was recently spotted in the FCC. The device was hidden under model number G022A, which largely hints that it could be a close model to the Pixel 3a, which had a G020A model number. But according to the FCC filing, there is evidence pointing that this mystery device is not a phone.
According to the FCC filing, the mystery device enlists Bluetooth connectivity. There is no mention of Wi-Fi or LTE. Another key evidence that points to this not being a phone is that the FCC e-label says accessible “in the companion APP settings menu: Select: System > About > Regulatory”. This indicates the device may not have its own screen for the FCC e-label to be displayed on.
To be fair, the FCC filing lists the product as a “wireless device”. Unfortunately, that’s all the information available on this mysterious product. Google has requested the filing to be confidential. This means that its diagrams, user manual, internal and external photos are not accessible to the public.
It’s possible that this mystery device could be a new accessory being created by Google. PhoneDog suggests that it could be a new version of the Pixel Buds wireless earbuds or something close to it. Hopefully, Google sheds more light about this mystery device soon.
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