Google is serious: Its Whitechapel processor for the new Pixel 6 points to Qualcomm's high-end

A leak shows the power of the new processor developed internally by Google for its future Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, under the code name "Whitechapel", which will match the power of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 870.

With each leak, the appeal of Google's Pixel 6s grows. After knowing the technical details of the long-awaited phone developed by the Mountain View brand, the focus is on the development of the GS-101 “Whitechapel” and the power it will bring to this new generation of smartphones. It looks like this is going to get intense.

According to WCCFTech, this 5-nanometer processor is being developed together with Samsung and will be built in the factories of the South Korean giant. While the computational power of this new integrated will not reach the levels of the Snapdragon 888 and its 888+ update, but it could be close to the 870 in performance.

This GS101 would be designed in a design similar to the Snapdragon with a triple arrangement of cores with a different power: two Cortex A78, two A76 and three A55. In the case of the graphic part, the leak points to the Mali-G78, the same one that integrates Samsung's Exynos 2100.

A "high-end" in software

Although it does not have the highest performance, let us remember that Google specializes in empowering its teams through software and the inclusion of Artificial Intelligence for the optimization of resources.

Another advantage offered by Google in this catalog is the possibility of guaranteeing up to 5 years of updates. With this, we could be facing an evolutionary leap of the Pixel with respect to model 5, pointing to its own architectures based on ARM. There is no confirmation about the inclusion of AMD graphics in this generation.

Together with “Whitechapel”, Google is working on a chipset for the security of its Android and Chrome OS devices, called “Dauntless”, which would replace Titan-M, the security system that the previous “Pixel” added for the benefit of the computer data.

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