I am in the process of designing a board that turns a Gameboy into a Bluetooth controller. Due to size constraints, I would like to use the ESP32-PICO-D4 standalone chip by Espressif instead of one of the larger modules that has an integrated PCB antenna like the ESP32-WROOM-32. In Espressif's dev kit for this chip, they use a 3D chip antenna as shown in this image of the board.
As I would like to eventually sell this product, I know that there are certification requirements that should be taken into consideration. After reading up on this through the FCC's Title 47 CFR Part 15 under Subpart C - Intentional Radiators as well as an article from EMC FastPass about pre-certified RF modules, I saw that they were wanting to cut down on the number of products that needed certification by encouraging the re-use of pre-certified modules.
If I was to use the same chip and antenna together, would this pre-certification for the dev kit carry over to my product?
Note: The dev kit's certification documents can be found here.
(Also, I feel that my question is different from this one as that board uses an integrated PCB antenna while my question focuses on an RF chip combined with a surface mount antenna.)