The description of the rumored Pixel 6 Tensor processor from Google is strange .. I know why

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Google is set to release its first internal phone chipset, the Tensor SoC, on its upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones, and if the latest report from XDA is correct, the Tensor’s rumored CPU setup could be very, very strange — even by Google standards so far. Google is largely working to increase the performance of the Tensor SoC for AI, but has not disclosed any information about the core specifications of the chip’s CPU and GPU.

According to the Verge, Google’s Rick Osterloh will only tell The Verge that “the standard things people look at are going to be very competitive and the AI ​​stuff is going to be very different.”

Some aspects of Tensor components have already emerged, and a previous XDA report indicates that the Pixel 6 will likely use an Arm Mali-A78 GPU-ready design (which Samsung uses in its Exynos 2100 flagship), while Reuters reports that Google will provide its 5G modem from Samsung, but the CPU remains a mystery even today, when XDA published a report based on both the Geekbench score and the source claiming to actually have a Pixel 6 Pro.

The report claims that the CPU setup on the Tensor will consist of two Cortex-X1 performance cores clocked at 2.802GHz, one Cortex-A76 performance core clocked at 2.253GHz, and four Cortex-A55 efficiency cores.



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