Google's self-developed chip will be on stage, or will be handed over to Samsung's foundry

Post Date:2021-08-04,Samsung

Google's self-developed chip will be on stage, or will be handed over to Samsung's foundry

 Google has also joined the self-developed chip camp. After Apple and Samsung, it has become another technology company using self-developed chips.

   On August 3, US time, Google CEO Sundar Pichai posted Google's self-developed chip Tensor on Twitter. At the same time, Google announced that the company’s Pixel 6 series phones scheduled to be launched this fall will be equipped with its self-developed chips.

   It is reported that Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be officially launched in October this year, equipped with a new generation of Google processors, this new chip supports artificial intelligence technology, can improve voice recognition, and improve the processing of photos and videos.

   Google issued a statement saying that this chip has been developed for four years and is the biggest innovation Google has made in the Pixel field so far. Designing this type of processor usually takes several years and requires a lot of investment and resources. In order to recover the cost paid, Google's future Pixel series mobile phones must come up with better results.

   Prior to this, Google's Pixel digital series flagships have always used Snapdragon chips. This time the Pixel 6 series uses a Tensor chip built by itself, and the performance is worth looking forward to.
Related news on August 4: Google announced that it will launch the Pixel6 series of mobile phones later this year, which will be equipped with self-developed internal processors, replacing Qualcomm with technology that has provided Google's Android devices for more than 15 years.

According to 9to5Google, the upcoming Google self-developed chip will be produced using a 5-nanometer process and will be produced by Samsung. Sources close to Nikkei Asia indicate that Google’s Tensor chipset will use a 5-nanometer manufacturing process, which is the same as Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 mobile chipset and Samsung’s own Exynos1080/2100 chips.

Google did not disclose who will produce Tensor chips for Pixel, but a person familiar with the matter told Nikkei Asia that Samsung will use its advanced 5-nanometer process to produce Tensor chips for Google. According to reports, few companies have the ability to complete orders for manufacturing large-scale chipsets for smartphones. South Korea’s Samsung Electronics is one of the few companies capable of doing so.

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