Google Tensor Chip Is It Actually Samsung Exynos?

 


The big news from Google comes from the Tensor on -chip (SoC) system that will be used in the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. But rumors are circulating that the Tensor is actually a Samsung -made Exynos chip.
The rumor is circulating because the Tensor is produced by Samsung, and is actually an Exynos chip that Samsung has been working on for the past year but has not been released to the public, namely the Exynos 9855, which also has another name, namely Whitechapel.



Whitechapel is also used by Google internally as a term for Tensor. That’s why rumors are spreading that Tensor is actually Exynos, as quoted from GSM Arena, Monday (9/8/2021).





This SoC appears to have been developed in tandem with the Exynos 9925 expansion - then introduced to the public under the name Exynos 2200. The Exynos 2200 will likely be launched to the public in 2022 when Samsung releases the Galaxy S22.



Oh yes, this Exynos 2200 is a Samsung SoC that is reported to use a GPU with RDNA2 architecture from AMD.



Although co -developed, the Tensor or Whitechapel or Exynos 9855 appear to be closer to the Exynos 9840 - marketed under the name Exynos 2100, which is an SoC in the Galaxy S21 lineup in several countries.





Then there is the assumption that the performance of the Tensor will not be far from the performance of the Exynos 2100 on the Galaxy S21. Or maybe an achievement between the Exynos 2100 and the Exynos 2200.



The release sequence of these chips is also correct, namely Exynos 2100 in early 2021, Tensor in late 2021, and Exynos 2200 in early 2022. If it is true that Tensor is an unreleased Exynos chip, this means that Samsung has a sizable share in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro., Because Google seems to be very proud of this chip.
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