Google’s custom-made Tensor processor will be at the heart of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, giving us pretty much clues about their performance level and how Samsung contributed to the components.
According to some research conducted by the Galaxy Club, the Tensor CPU’s Whitechapel codename matches the unreleased Samsung Exynos chip, Exynos 9855. The Tensor chip and Exynos 9855 can be the same.
You need to know for sure, but if so, Samsung and Google have been working together on the Tensor / Exynos 9855 processor from the beginning, and Samsung seems to be much more involved than before. idea.
Flagship level performance
I’ve heard of the Exynos 9855 before, but I’ve never seen it on my device. Based on the information we got, the processor appears to be somewhere in between the CPU speeds used on the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launched between the two Galaxy flagships, so it makes sense from a timing standpoint as well. Performance levels are expected to be closer to the Galaxy S21 than the Galaxy S22, but this isn’t planned until early next year.
It’s not yet clear what additional tweaks and innovations Google has added to the Samsung Exynos base, but it seems to be able to compete with the best phones at the moment in terms of raw speed.
Analysis: Depends heavily on the Tensor chipset
While Pixel 6 smartphones are expected to have a decent camera, top-notch screen, and fast charging, the Tensor chipset is essential to its functionality and overall success. It’s important that Google (in collaboration with Samsung) has the correct processor.
From the beginning, the Pixel series sets itself apart by adding the magic of artificial intelligence that Google can sprinkle on devices. This includes great device photo processing and the ability to recognize your voice in the crowd. It’s tweeting and unclear.
With the Pixel 6 device and its Tensor chip, the integrated AI power should be even higher. This should mean that the actual phone itself does more, without relying on an empty Google server. This will speed up overall performance again.
It should also mean that the Pixel 6 device is the perfect showcase for everything Android 12 offers, whether it’s the Google Assistant or proactive protection against security threats. In short, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro must represent Google’s ideal of what a smartphone should be.