If all goes according to plan, Google will introduce its latest flagship phones, the Pixel 8 models, in October. These devices will be powered by the Tensor G3 chipset based on the Exynos 2400 chipset. Although the focus of attention is understandably on the next generation, a new report now looks at the Google Pixel 9 models and the chipsets that serve them.
Information about next year’s Google Pixel 9 models on the The chipset is said to be quite similar to its predecessor, the CPU configuration will use only one Cortex-X4 core, and there will be more Cortex-A720 and Cortex-A520 cores in the combination.
The graphics acceleration task can be performed by the Immortalis-G715 module. Samsung Foundry may be responsible for producing the chipset, given Google’s failure to reach an agreement with TSMC. A competing supplier could reject the search giant’s order due to a low number of orders.
The Tensor G4 uses Cortex
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According to the news, the Google Tensor G4 chipset will be manufactured using the 4LPP+ process, which is said to be more efficient than the 4LPP method used in manufacturing the G3 chipset. The benefits of this newer process are still a mystery, as Samsung has not yet released details about the 4nm process, which is different from the EUV technology currently used.
At the moment, the news is fairly vague, and there are few clear details, so it’s worth treating what’s described here accordingly. At the same time, the information may also indicate that Samsung has finally found a way to produce chips suitable for Google, free of the problems it previously faced such as overheating. This could be good news not only for Google users, but also for Samsung users, provided that is actually the case.
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