February 29, 2024

Google is currently engaged in the development of several forthcoming smartphones. These encompass the Pixel 8a, the flagship Pixel 9 series, and the eagerly-awaited Pixel Fold 2. The UL Demko certification website has recently revealed the presence of a new Google smartphone, identified by the model number GH2MB.

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This certification also confirms that the device will come equipped with a 4,942mAh rated battery, which is expected to be marketed as around 5,000mAh.

The battery capacity of this enigmatic device suggests that it may not be the usual budget-oriented Pixel 8a. Its dimensions more closely align with the battery expectations for the flagship Pixel 9 series, especially the Pro models.

There is also a possibility that this certification pertains to the Pixel Fold 2, as a larger battery would be suitable for the demanding form factor of a foldable phone. Additional certifications in the near future should provide more information about the true identity and specifications of the GH2MB.

In other Pixel-related news, a new Tensor chipset, likely the Tensor G4, has been spotted on the Geekbench listing. This chip could potentially power the upcoming Google Pixel 9 series and Pixel Fold 2.

It has been reported that Google is making preparations for the launch of the Pixel Watch 3 smartwatch, which will be available in two different sizes. While the exact measurements of the cases have not been revealed, it is expected that the larger version will exceed the 41mm size of the Pixel Watch 2.

GizmoChina reports that Google could benefit from a more spacious enclosure, allowing for a larger screen, like a 1.3-inch display, and a bigger battery to enhance its battery life. Moreover, this would create space for extra health sensors. The forthcoming Pixel Watch 3 is expected to incorporate 22mm bands, wider than the 20mm bands featured in the current model.

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