Pixel 6 May Be Powered by Google’s Own ‘GS101’ Whitechapel SoC: Report


Pixel 6 may run on Google's own ‘GS101' Whitechapel SoC, according to a report. This would make it the first handset to run on the new SoC. Google was rumoured to be developing its own processor, codenamed Whitechapel, with the help of Samsung, and a new report now suggests that the next-generation Pixel 6 will be the first device in Google's portfolio to get the in-house chip. Apart from the Pixel smartphone range, Google is expected to include its own SoCs in its Chromebooks range as well.

9to5Google claims to have accessed an internal document that suggests that the Pixel 6 will be the first Google handset to be powered by the company's custom “GS101” Whitechapel SoC.

Whitechapel was earlier rumored to be the codename of the work-in-progress chip expected to power the Pixel 6, but Google may commercially call it something completely different.

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