According to media reports, Google Pixel 6 series supports UWB.
UWB is called Ultra Wide Band, which is ultra-wideband technology.
This is a wireless carrier communication technology that uses a frequency bandwidth above 1 GHz, and it does not use the sinusoidal carrier in the traditional communication system.
Instead, it uses nanosecond non-sine wave narrow pulses to transmit data, so it occupies a large spectrum.
Although wireless communication is used, its data transmission rate can reach hundreds of megabits per second.
At present, there are not many consumer electronics brands that have used UWB ultra-wideband technology on a large scale. The most familiar brands are Apple and Xiaomi (Xiaomi MIX 4 supports UWB).
Take Apple as an example. Fast file sharing functions can be realized between iPhones equipped with Apple’s U1 ultra-wideband chip.
The mobile phone can play music and get personalized listening suggestions when it is close to the HomePod mini smart speaker with built-in ultra-wideband chip.
After being bound with the AirTag built-in ultra-wideband chip, the iPhone has the ability to accurately locate and track items indoors. Now Google Pixel 6 series will support UWB.
Reports say that Google added native APIs to UWB in early 2021, which will provide underlying support for unlocking more gameplay for the Google Pixel 6 series. The phone will debut this fall.