Google’s imminent flagship phones, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, will be powered by Tensor, a semi-custom chipset manufactured by Samsung. Details of that chipset may have now surfaced, with information on ground hinting heavily at performance to dominate the Snapdragon 888.
Much has been said about Google’s upcoming flagship phones, the Pixel 6 series. The duo will be powered by a semi-custom chipset, Tensor, whose details have proven elusive so far. A new leak, however, has thrown some light on what appears to be a custom chipset made by Google. Tensor, perhaps?
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