Google Pixel 6 to come with Whitechapel SoC based on 5nm with performance close to Snapdragon 870

Google’s upcoming new mobile phone Google Pixel 6 may be equipped with Google’s self-developed chip, the chip is temporarily named “Whitechapel”, its performance will be close to Qualcomm Snapdragon Dragon 870 chip.

Regarding the specific information of this self-developed chip, Yogesh said that the chip will use Samsung’s 5nm process, and its performance will be between the Snapdragon 865 and the Snapdragon 888, which is roughly close to the Snapdragon 870.

The chip will not try to challenge the top performance of Snapdragon 888 but will focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence. In addition, this CPU chip will also be equipped with a GPU code named “Mali”, but the details of this GPU are still unclear.

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The renderings of Google’s Pixel 6 mobile phone have been exposed last week. This phone will use a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED screen. The front camera uses a screen opening solution, which is located at the center of the top of the screen. The rear camera uses a three-camera solution, including a periscope zoom camera. This is the first time that Google has adopted a periscope zoom camera in a mobile phone.

In addition, Google Pixel 6 Pro mobile phone will have a very narrow frame, the size of the mobile phone is 163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm, the thickness of the camera protrusion increased to 11.5 mm. The phone is also equipped with dual stereo speakers, supports wireless charging, and supports fingerprint unlocking under the screen.

The phone will also support a high refresh rate of 120Hz and is equipped with a large 5000mAh battery. Google is expected to release Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro in October 2021. However, due to the global core shortage, Google may also postpone the release.


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