Information suggests the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be the first smartphones owned by Google to receive a system on a chip of its own design, codenamed Whitechapel.
Mention of this chipset is found in the Android Open-Source Project firmware code. We also know that Google makes chips in collaboration with Samsung. Based on who Google’s partners are in the birth of proprietary chips it’s not hard to guess that they will use some sort of Exynos SoC as a base and adapt it to the search giant’s needs.
In particular, special emphasis will be placed on artificial intelligence, algorithms and image processing mechanisms. Most likely, this will happen, and it is possible that something else will be made based on the latest Exynos 2200 processor.
Recent rumors support this that the new chip from Google will offer AMD graphics. Keep in mind that Samsung and AMD don’t hide the fact that they jointly created a flagship mobile processor with powerful graphics.
According to preliminary information, the Exynos 2200 will outperform the Snapdragon 895 and Apple A15 Bionic in terms of graphics performance. But in terms of processing power, the new Apple SoC will outperform all competitors.
With its own SoC, Google will have much closer control over how Pixel 6 phones will operate with its software, potentially giving the company a better Android experience than ever before. Going forward, it will be interesting to see if the experience is diverse enough to make Google’s Pixel phones significantly more interesting than they already are.
Previously there were several sources on the internet that were showing about photos of the Pixel 6 smartphone samples that Google should officially announce this fall.
The new series will include the standard Pixel 6 and the more powerful Pixel 6 Pro. As you can see in the image, the device will receive a display with very narrow bezels.
There is a small hole at the top of the screen for one front camera. A multi-module camera is available on the back, where the elements are lined up horizontally. We know that smartphone equipment will include a fingerprint scanner hidden behind the screen.
Pixel 6 devices will debut in early October this year. Previously there were reports that along with the smartphone, we will see the Pixel Watch, Google’s first smartwatch.