This year, Google will be expected to release two flagship smartphones: Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 XL. Not so long ago we shared high-quality renderers of the upcoming devices. Now there are new data on WhiteChapel chip, which will form the basis of smartphones. This chip is being developed by Google together with Samsung and, according to fresh data, can somewhat disappointing users who hoped to get high performance.
The famous insider Max Winebach claims that WhiteChapel will not be able to hit the results in benchmarks, but will be promoted to work with the tasks of artificial intelligence. The new chipset will include a powerful neural processor and an advanced chip for image processing. Probably, thanks to this approach, Google plans to significantly improve the photo and video content of the coming flagships. It is worth noting that in Pixel 3 and Pixel 4, the company used an additional chip Pixel Neural Core, from which he refused to last year’s Pixel 5. Max Weinbach suggests that the WhiteChapel chip on performance will be located between Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 888. That is, it will approximately match Snapdragon 870 used in the available flagships.
The basic Pixel 6 is expected to boast a 6.4-inch Full HD +-Enerne, a double rear camera and support for ultra-wideband communications. As for PIXEL 6 XL (or Pro), it is credited with a 6.67-inch amoled matrix with a 120 Hz update frequency and a triple camera with the main 50-megapixel sensor.