Google Pixel 6 may debut its own chipset, internal name Whitechapel

Google Pixel 6 may debut its own chipset, internal name Whitechapel
Google Pixel 6 may debut its own chipset, internal name Whitechapel

Rumors dating back to early 2020 stated that Google could be working with Samsung to build its Whitechapel chipsets. The publication came across a certain document that says that the Pixel phones that arrive in the fall and that will be equipped with the Whitechapel processor.

Wait-I knowGoogle‎‎ announce the successors of the Pixel 5 in October this year. In October last year, the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, had said during the 3rd quarter of 2020 that the company is making “deeper hardware investments” and that it has a timeline planned for 2021. At the time, many interpreted that the company could be working on its own processor codenamed “Whitechapel”. Now new information shared by‎ ‎‎9to5Google‎‎ ‎Reveal that smartphones Pixel arriving in the fall may be one of the first smartphones to feature the “GS101” Whitechapel chipset. So it looks like the series Pixel 6 you may not have the chipset Snapdragon gives Qualcomm.‎

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Like users of Apple have their own chipset to equip their devices iPhone e Mac, a Google it is also said to be working on its own chipset for its smartphones and Chromebooks. Rumors dating back to early 2020 stated that the Google could be working with the Samsung to build their Whitechapel chipsets. The publication came across a certain document that says that phones Pixel arriving in the fall and equipped with the Whitechapel processor.

Internally, the Whitechapel chipset for phones Pixel next generation is referred to by Google like “GS101”, where “GS” probably means “Google Silicon“. A reference to the codename” Slider “found in the Google Camera application is said to be a shared platform for the Whitechapel chipset. Other products associated with the” Slider “reveal that it is linked to the chipset Exynos gives Samsung. Everything indicates that the GS101 chip is being built with the large-scale system integration division of the South Korean technological giant (SLSI). This indicates that the chips in the Google may have some common functionality with the Exynos gives Samsung.‎

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Google Pixel 6 can debut its own chipset, internally named Whitechapel 1

Google Pixel 6 can debut its own chipset, internally named Whitechapel 1

The publication states that the phones of the Google called “Raven” and “Oriole” are suspected of being the first phones to arrive with the Slider platform. These phones can end up as being smartphones from the series Pixel 6.‎

According to the ‎‎XDA Developers,‎ ‎The performance of the GS101 may be on par with the series chipset Snapdragon 7. The 5nm octa-core ARM chip can include two cortex-A78 CPU cores, two Cortex-A76 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores, along with an ARM Mali GPU. Equip smartphones Pixel with its own chipset will provide the Google better control over driver updates as they would no longer be counting on the Qualcomm for the same. Controllers can be compatible with the latest editions of Android longer. Currently, Pixel devices support 3 years of Android updates. But in this way, the next mobile phones Pixel with the chipset itself Google can get 5 generations of OS updates.

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