Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 Xl users might be happy hearing this news their phone are gonna get a little better. Google has sent a letter to the FCC requesting them to makes changes the specification with Pixel 3.
Google is planning to roll out an update which will enable the LTE Band 48 connectivity. Though the filing was done back in November it is made known to the public now.
The documents submitted to the FCC suggest that Google will be updating the G013A, which is the international variant of the Pixel 3 that’s sold by Verizon and the rest of the world except to Japan.
Though it is not yet clearly mentioned in the document when the update to enable LTE Band 48 will be released.
The LTE Band 48 also known as CBRS(Citizens Band Radio Spectrum) is primarily used by the US government in the radar systems. Later in 2016, these were authorized to be used in wireless small cells.
Earlier this last year Verizon was planning to use CBRS to add capacity to its network. CBRS would give them more capacity, higher peak speeds, and faster throughput. They also got permission by the end of 2018 to test CBRS in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, FL but there has been further news after that.
The announcement of the LTE Band 48 support for Pixel 3 was unexpected and it will surely be beneficial for users as it will make the LTE connectivity better. Let’s hope the update for the LTE Band 48 is released soon.
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