It turns out that the Tensor processor that we find in the Google Pixel 6 is actually a version of the Samsung Exynos.
Google recently announced its latest line of smartphones Pixel 6 will be powered by the new Tensor SoC. It is the first chip that the American giant designed specifically for its devices. It turns out, however, This is not the whole truth.
Previous generations of Pixel were equipped with later versions of Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. This time, the Google smartphone will be equipped with a new dedicated processor. It’s touted as a very powerful unit that’s supposed to outperform the latest Snapdragon capabilities. In creating the Tensor SoC, Google has partnered with Samsungwhich produces its own units: Exynos, for its smartphones.
However, it turns out that This flagship Google unit is actually just another Exynos processor model! Almost a year ago, the first information appeared saying that Samsung is working on new processors: Exynos-9925 and Exynos-9855. The first of them has been renamed Exynos 2200 and will be on the Korean manufacturer’s latest flagship: the Galaxy S22.
What about the 9855 model? So far, we haven’t been able to find much information about him. Samsung tried to keep it a secret, and only his nickname appeared on the network: Whitechapel. This unit, but under a changed name – Tensor – will appear in the latest smartphones of the Pixel 6 series!
How powerful is Tensor? According to reports, it will be slightly weaker than the Exynos 2200 in the Galaxy S22, but more powerful than the Exynos 2100, which leads the older version: the Galaxy S21. However, it will be closer to the latter. So there will be no revolution.
Google recently revealed a lot of information about the technical specifications of the model Pixel 6. It was an actual confirmation of previous leaks. It will be the basic version AMOLED display Qatari 6,4 callaDual camera: Main 50 MP and 8 MP Ultra Wide And 8 megapixel front, And Battery with a capacity of 4614 mAh. We will also receive 8 GB of RAM I 128/256 GB of storage. He should be responsible for his work Android 12.
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