Recently we came across information that reveals Google is supposedly working on its own chipset. The chipset is condemned as “Whitechapel” that will power the upcoming Pixel 6 devices.
‘Whitechapel’ will be used in connection with ‘Slider’- a shared platform for the first Whitechapel systems on a chip (SoC). The chip is being called by the name of GS10.
Google is laying down an effort to make their own SoCs that will be equipped with their upcoming products like Pixel and Chromebook and it is also rumoured that Google is ‘Whitechapel’ in collaboration with Samsung’s Exynos chips.
Last year, we already got a brief overview of Google’s upcoming plan for improving the hardware infrastructure. These two might be related to one another. And if this is true, then we will be seeing many more features in the coming days ahead.
According to some leaked information, the upcoming Pixel will feature an under-screen selfie snapper meaning there is a high possibility that the camera will be present under the screen itself. Furthermore, it will be equipped with a 6-inch Full-HD+OLED screen with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and will be running on Android 11. The device will be coming with a 4,080mAh battery with fast charging to supply juice to the device.