Google wakes up to its first SoC design and paves its way.
What in the world is going on?
Google is building the Pixel 6, leaving Qualcomm with it and introducing its first SoC (with help from Samsung): the Google Tensor SoC, better known as the Whitechapel. Aside from talking about Google's AI sauce, there isn't much information about Tensor's main components, such as the CPU. A reasonable expectation for a company building its first SoC isn't too ambitious — Google will likely play into the safeguards ARM has created, and after sending a SoC and a cookie the company will be the first to learn design and replication, but a new report from XDA developer Mishaal Rahman claims this mentality is wrong, and even in its first design, Google isn't afraid to shed light on complementing the SoC's design.
Remember how ARM SoCs typically have three layers of CPU cores: a large CPU for fast processing like program startup, a medium core for stable performance, and a small core for the main task and low-consumption processing. Rahman says it has a source that has 6 real pixels and offers the following CPU specs: two Cortex-X1 cores at 2.8GHz, one Cortex-A76 core at 2.25GHz, and four Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8GHz.
If this information is correct, Google's CPU suite is different from anything else on the market. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and Samsung Exynos 2200 each have one Cortex X1, three Cortex A78 and four Cortex A55. You are not supposed to have X1 cores. These are large cores that can do serious processing, and putting two of them in a smartphone can produce amazing performance. Or it may lead to overheating. Also, don't use last year's A76 cores. "Medium" cores The rest of the A78 cores are newer and faster.Advertising
Compared to the traditional design, Google replaced one of the medium cores with a second large X1 core and then rejected the remaining medium cores. With the change to last year's core. Perhaps smashing the remaining intermediate cores is an attempt to balance heat output? At launch, ARM said the 5-nm Cortex A78 processor has 20% more stable performance on the same thermal coating as the 7nm Cortex A76. But since Google uses 5 nm A76s, the A76 cores should produce less heat than the A78.
So what exactly is the purpose here? Google looking for the standard Android crown with the dual X1 Frankenchip? It's a shame that all of these engineering resources would be spent on a custom solution and converted into a mid-range standard, if the mid-range modular chips were readily available to many vendors. A lot of efforts are being made here, which I hope will somehow pay off.Geekbench Speaker
Group travel Android community Tensor group started with this surprising entry in the Geekbench 5 database, listing "Google Pixel 6 Pro" with unprecedented 2 2 2 4 4 The original layout of Geekbench information is read from an easy fake file, but that's no It seemed to be fake, because it was so incredible in itself. “Fingerprints, base version strings, CPU frequencies, CPU clusters, GPU information, and more match our Pixel 6 Pro source values,” Rahman says. Therefore, it is very likely that this is Geekbench law enforcement.
It is important to note that for a flagship smartphone, this Geekbench 5 result is shocking. The Snapdragon 888 is in the 3300-3500 range, while the Google Pixel 6 scores lower than the Pixel 4. We think this is due to a lot of optimization and configuration that still needs to be done. The result will be wrong.Advertising
We're starting to get a clearer picture of what we have in the Google Tensor SoC, even if the real-world performance is still a normal card, helping Samsung's Exynos module design the chip and other key components. It is Samsung y too. A GPU similar to the Exynos Galaxy S21, the ARM Mali G78 is said to be on the shelf. The modem is also from Samsung (Exynos 5123), which is the first time an Exynos modem has come to the US coast. Google designs parts of the chip for artificial intelligence and promises support for voice transcription.
With the arrival of the Pixel 6 Pro, XDA has also confirmed several specs floating outside of Samsung's 50MP "GN1" image sensor for the main camera which marks the first upgrade of the sensor. Pixel font image is from last few years. This rectangular viewfinder is a 4x optical telephoto camera that uses the 48MP Sony IMX586, while the wide-angle camera continues Google's romantic relationship with Sony image sensors since 2016: the 12MP IMX386
Others have been reported to account for a specification promise. 5000mAh Big Battery, 12GB RAM, 128GB Storage, WiFi 6E. After a year-long hiatus with the Pixel 5, it looks like Google is back in the main race. src="https://safirsoft.com/picsbody/2109/10268-2.jpg" alt="https://safirsoft.com Shocking Pixel 6 Rumor Shows ARM X1 Google SoC Dual-Core CPU > Magnification/Google SoC Tensor Bag of Apple chips receives promotional land - But only in Japan.
Before we get started, it's worth noting that Google will definitely be using the Google Tensor SoC in its ads.In Japan (which is now apparently Google's second most popular country), Google is celebrating its first homegrown SoC from During the sale of "Genuine Google Chips" in the Google Store - literally edible potato chip bags that are designed after each. Color Pixel 6. They all have a "salty Googley taste" and there's even a big strip on them that matches the camera pane. Woman charging a bag of Pixel chips with a USB-C socket - something really. Android 12 was rumored on October 4th - so maybe later.
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