• Google Pixel 6 Could Debut With Its Own Custom Chipset

    12 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    For years, Google has relied on Qualcomm to supply the chipsets used for its Pixel phones, but that is expected to change this year. For the company's upcoming Pixel 6 handset that is expected to debut later in the year, it could also mark the first time that the Pixel series will come with its own custom chipset codenamed “Whitechapel”. Not much is known about Whitechapel save for some hints here and there, one of which suggests that Samsung could actually be the one behind it, or at least involved in its development. This is according to references made to Samsung's Exynos chipset, and...
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  • Pixel 6, Pixel 5a may use the new “Whitechapel” chip by Google

    Pixel 6, Pixel 5a may use the new “Whitechapel” chip by Google

    12 days ago - By Android Community

    The Pixel 6 has been mentioned already. That is expected since Google has started working on the Pixel 6. Before the next-gen Google Pixel phone, there is still the Pixel 5a. Both models may be similar in many ways starting with the selfie camera being moved to the middle of the front display. More details...
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