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After all, the all-new Google Tensor Wizard will not be from Google

Google has already announced that the new Pixel 6 smartphones will feature their first internal processor, the TensorBut she did not mention many details. Based on various leaks from Google and elsewhere, Google’s codename was “Whitechapel” and “GS101”, with the latter referring explicitly in a document on the company’s intranet, but the information now known is very interesting.

Samsung will also play an important role in the development of the new Tensor processor, as it already has experience in the market segment and is already manufacturing its Exynos brand. to me Galaxy ClubSamsung’s involvement in Tensor may be much deeper than you think. Apparently, the new Tensor is also known as ‘Exynos 9855’, a name closely related to Exynos 9840, the internal name of Exynos 2100 found in the Galaxy S21 series.

Samsung is used to developing similar versions of the same processors, having done so with the Exynos 9820 and Exynos 9825 in 2019. Although the two may have 8nm and 7nm chips respectively, they share the same cores and ARM Mali – G76 GPU MP12. This means, according to the new information, that Samsung will play a major role in this new build.

Thus, we should expect the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to feature an ARM Cortex-X1 performance core, three Cortex-A78 cores, and four economy Cortex-A55 cores. The clock speed is still unknown, though we wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung overclocked the Cortex-X1 beyond the 2.9GHz that peaks in the Exynos 2100.

Therefore, the performance of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro should rival that of the Exynos 2100, Snapdragon 888, and Snapdragon 888+. Notably, Samsung is expecting to bring 2 RDNA-based GPU cores to the Exynos 9925 next year, starting with the Galaxy S22 series, according to some rumors. Thus, Tensor will not necessarily be the pinnacle of Samsung’s capabilities, even if it matches or exceeds the Exynos 2100.

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Obviously the problem here is not who manufactures or develops the processor, since Apple created the processor, but the manufacturing was not done by them, however, Tensor may not be (completely) by Google, as Google’s argument seems to be Ad time. However, we will have to wait a little longer for more information about the processor.