No, and it doesn't matter. The frequencies programmed in most Chinese radios at the factory for testing purposes are often used by public safety agencies in the USA, and if you use them, you run a good chance of ending up in jail and on the news for interfering with a police radio system. Don't be that guy, learn how to program the radios yourself, and make sure you are using legal frequencies.
and this is why I obtained my ETA certification as an RF Interference Mitigation Technician, these Chinese contraband radios are creating job security.
Seriously, this is why professional radios should never be sold to consumers who have zero idea what they are using and the risk that unauthorized operation can pose to licensed and legitimate users of radio spectrum.
For anyone finding this, please DO NOT ASSUME that your radio is transmitting on legal frequencies when using channel's 6 and 7. They could change how they flash the radios at the factory at any time. We all enjoy being able to buy cheap easily programmed radios off of Amazon but if enough people screw up the FCC will be forced to deal with the problem so please take the time to load legal frequencies on your radio.
I just did a quick check and several of those stock frequencies match up with many public safety agencies all around the country. Not to mention those frequencies likely change with each radio. These people write rave reviews about buying these for their kids..
I have no problem with affordable chinese made radios (tytera, anytone) that meet emissions requirements used on the right frequencies but this is just very irresponsible. They're marketed as walkie talkies like you would buy at wal-mart. I think the warnings given here were people just trying to be helpful.
I have accessed two of the four AR-5 Radios and this is the radio's configuration. I know I was looking for this and the OldLoad had great information. I have noticed that a few of the configurations from my radios where slightly different from what what OldLoad posted. This may be helpful if there are a few other configurations.