Google’s Custom Tensor Chip May be a Rebranded Samsung SoC

Ever since Google introduced that the Pixel 6 will game a custom SoC with AI improvements, there has been speculation that Samsung may be the only to produce it. Although it’s now no longer a brand new leak at all, a clean document indicates that this practice SoC can be an unreleased Exynos chipset.

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Samsung has reportedly been operating in this unreleased Exynos SoC for more than a yr and it's far called the Exynos 9855. It is going with the aid of using the codename Whitechapel which is also the codename Google makes use of for its Tensor processor.

Google’s Custom Tensor Chip May be a Rebranded Samsung SoC


In phrases of performance, the Whitechapel is near the Exynos 9840, that's commercially known as the Exynos 2100, used on Samsung Galaxy S21 in a few markets. Thus, we will count on that Google’s chip will rank somewhere between the Exynos 2100 and the Exynos 2200, which is ready to launch later this yr with AMD’s RDNA2 GPU.

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The launch of Whitechapel even strains up perfectly with the relaxation of Samsung’s releases. The Exynos 2100 arrived in early 2021, Tensor someplace in October, and the Exynos 2200 with the aid of using the give up of 2022. This suggests that Samsung has a far larger position in Tensor’s development than Google would have you believe.


We will most effectively get to know more details once actual benchmarks seem online.

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