In early April we learned that a Chipset was being prepared designed by Google and manufactured by Samsung for the Pixel 6, e now we have confirmation from an internal source, a ‘Googler'.
A comment on the AOSP code (Android Open Source Project) makes it clear that Pixel 6 can finally bring a Chipset designed by the great G. Seeing Pixel 6 with a Chipset from the house is thus confirmed through the AOSP code namely in the SELinux guidelines of the OsloFeedback application. The code itself is nothing out of the ordinary, but it is in the comments where one of the Googlers responds with a link that leads to the AOSP code repository.
Regarding the Chipset name of the Google, reference is made to the P21, which would be the Google Pixel 6, and in the comment, we see the Designation: / android / device / google / gs101-policy / whitechapel.
‘Whitechapel' is the code name we saw previously in several rumors about the Chipset designed by Google and manufactured by Samsung. The first custom Google Silicon Chipset should be called ‘GS101'.
What was discovered today has nothing on the specifications of the Pixel 6, but yes the first evidence that the Chipset would be designed by Google with that reference to the name ‘Whitechapel'.
Google could thus “imitate” Apple which designs its own Chipsets for the iPhone and the rest of the device catalog it manufactures.
Source: AndroidGeek by androidgeek.pt.
The article has been translated based on the content of AndroidGeek by androidgeek.pt.
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