My guess is that the G7 transmitter would be a very different beast than a G6. Why would “restart” even be something a G7 transmitter could do? Since the G7’s transmitter and sensor are expected to be integrated, the transmitter would be assumed to be used once and only once, no?
The transmitter’s internal logic will probably disable/brick the transmitter when the CGM stops working after the first successful warm up. After all, the integrated transmitter/sensor unit is supposedly being discarded at that point.
I am curious what type of battery the G7 will use and how long the G7’s “unopened” shelf life will be. But we probably won’t learn more about details like that until the G7 is much closer to whatever it’s eventual release date turns out to be.