One of the most exciting rumored aspects of the Google Pixel 6 range so far has been the apparent use of an in-house chipset codenamed Whitechapel, but we’ve now heard a bit more about this, and it doesn’t sound quite as exciting anymore.
According to leaker Max Weinbach, speaking to Myriam Joire on her Mobile Tech Podcast, the Whitechapel chipset will fall between the top-end Snapdragon 888 and the Snapdragon 865, which was a flagship Android chipset in 2020.
That perhaps puts it in line with the Snapdragon 870, but Weinbach didn’t specify this. In any case, it sounds like Whitechapel isn’t quite a top-end chipset if this information is right.
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