Google is gearing up to launch the Pixel 5a, a model which at first was believed to be canceled. The company had suggested an official launch during the same time as the Pixel 4a, which was in August and now with the appearance of the device on FCC certification, the launch seems near.

The US regulatory certification reveals two listings and their difference is made quite clear. One possesses more support for sub-6 GHz 5G bands while the other has CDMA networking disabled. The document further incites that there might actually be three Pixel 5a models - G1F8F, G4S1M, and GR0M2., where two are covered by the same ID.

Snippet from Pixel 5a FCC listing explaining the differences between models

The certification doesn't reveal anything new regarding the device specifications. Earlier leaks and rumors have confirmed a similar design and size when compared to the Pixel 4a 5G. The Pixel 5a 5G  will run on the same Snapdragon 765G SoC, but this time on 5G support.

With the FCC certification surfacing, the launch is expected in the next few months. Till then, stay tuned as we keep you updated.

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