Google’s upcoming phones, including the Pixel 6, will be among the first devices to run on the “GS101” Whitechapel chip.

Apr 02, 2021 @Abdo_Alwardi News 6010 Views

Google’s upcoming phones, including the Pixel 6, will be among the first devices to run on the “GS101” Whitechapel chip.

According to 9to5Google's report on April 2, 2021, this year's Pixel devices will use custom silicone from Google, and upcoming Pixel 6 smartphones - codenamed "Raven" and "Oriole" - will use the custom SoC (system on chip).

These devices are part of a platform known as "Slider", which also includes future Chromebooks that will use this SoC.


Known internally as the "Whitechapel" GS101 chip, the SoC appears to have been manufactured in cooperation with Samsung. It is understood that this segment will share the design and architecture of Samsung Exynos processors, along with some software components.


The first two smartphones are expected early this year, one of which is the Pixel 6 and the other is supposed to be a cheaper alternative. We don't yet know what a Chromebook roadmap looks like.

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