Despite the fact that Google mobiles do not have great popularity in Spain, the Pixels are still one of the main reference mobiles in the evolution of Android. After a 2020 in which the company did not risk too much, this year could be one of the best for Google’s flagship phones.
The reason? Well, according to 9to5 Google, those of Mountain View would be preparing to release a new processor, with a code nameWhitechapel and that the Pixel 6 would be the first mobile to incorporate this chip.
The Pixel 6 would debut a processor designed by Google itself
It is possible that Whitechapel is a name that is not entirely familiar to you, but in recent months it has been the protagonist of several rumors such as the processor in which Google was working for its Pixels, a chip that would be manufactured in a 5-nanometer process and would be made in collaboration with Samsung.
This chip was expected to reach the Pixels of 2021 and it seems that it will finally be like that. According to a document that they have been able to access in 9to5 Google, this year’s Google Pixel would have a chip calledGS101. This chip would be closely linked toSlider Through various references, a name that has also appeared in the hidden code of the Google camera application, and also finding several references to the Samsung Exynos.
Pixel Visual Core, the first processor designed by Google that enhanced the photography of the Pixel 2.
At the moment it is still too early to determine if Google’s processor would be a full SoC like the Qualcomm Snapdragon or would it be more of a dedicated processor for more specific tasks. The latter would be the most plausible if we consider that Google has already done it in the past with the Pixel Visual Core and Pixel Neural Core, chips designed to get the most out of it in terms of photography and artificial intelligence.
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