Information has appeared on the network more than once that Google is developing its proprietary Whitechapel processor for Pixel 6 smartphones together with Samsung engineers. Now insider akes29 has found another confirmation of this.
What is known?
One of the company’s employees posted a logbook on Google Issue Tracker, which mentions a device code named P21. As mentioned in previous leaks, this is Pixel 6. The code also says that the device has a graphics accelerator Mali-G78. The exact same GPU is installed in the global version of the Galaxy S21 smartphone with the Exynos 2100 chip on board.
Recall that Google’s proprietary chip in terms of power will be located between Snapdragon 870 and Snapdragon 888. According to rumors, it will be built using a 5-nanometer process technology. The Whitechapel announcement is set to take place alongside the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro this fall.