Google is already creating its own processor for its new phones

A rumor has recently surfaced that Google has been working collaboratively with Samsung to create its own processor, and possibly the processor it will use on its future Google Pixels phones. Now, Axios media confirmed this rumor, adding some details about the processor, codenamed "Whitechapel".

If true, then Google will become the third largest smartphone manufacturer today to create its own processors, along with Huawei and Samsung. Given the superiority Qualcomm and MediaTech have enjoyed for many years in the mobile processor market, few have dared to compete with them. However, a very good thing could arise from the alliance between Samsung and Google, so let's see how this processor will be set up by the two companies.

According to the source, Google received an initial release of the processor a few weeks ago, which was sent by Samsung. It is made with 5nm technology and is expected to debut in the flagship phone that Google will launch next year.

On the other hand, it has been determined that this processor for Googler will be 8 cores (two Cortex A78 cores, Cortex A76 cores, and four A55 cores) and will be optimized using Google's AI technology. In order to improve his overall performance.

So the new processor Google is preparing with Samsung is the next big step in this series of Google chips. However, there is still a long way to go to get to know it in great detail, as it is already known that the Pixel 5 will use a Qualcomm processor. This means that the first smartphone to use this chip will be Google Pixel 6, which will be launched in 2021.

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