Long-standing rumors that the Google Pixel 6 would be powered by the Snapdragon 775 or 780G could be completely inaccurate. Instead, Google will reportedly follow in Apple’s and Samsung’s footsteps and develop its own CPU for its fall 2021 phone lineup.
9to5Google reports that the Pixel 6 – and presumably the Pixel 6 XL as well – will run off of the GS101 Whitechapel chip. Whitechapel is the codename for Google’s in-house production of its own system-on-a-chip (SoC).
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Since the release of the Mi Pad 4 in 2018, the series has not been updated, which has become the Read more
ASUS Philippines has officially launched the latest gaming smartphones, the ROG Phone 5 Classic, ROG Phone 5 Pro, and ROG Phone 5 Read more
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OnePlus pulled a surprise (sort of) last month when it added a third phone to the OnePlus 9 series – Read more