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Report: The Pixel 6 will run on Google’s first custom CPU


One of the iPhone’s biggest advantages against Android competition has been the tight integration of iOS with Apple’s custom silicon. Now it appears that at long last, Google is ready to respond in kind. A report by 9to5Google claims Google plans to introduce its own processor, internally dubbed GS101 and codenamed ‘Whitechapel,’ with this fall’s Pixel 6. It’s not the first time we’ve heard such rumblings; Whitechapel was first rumored in early 2020, and CEO Sundar Pichai teased “deeper investments in hardware” this year. The SoC will reportedly be built in partnership with Samsung, which already has plenty of experience…

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