What Google is Up To With Tensor 3 Chipset for Google Pixel 8. What do we Know So We Know So

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What Google is Up To With Tensor 3 Chipset for Google Pixel 8. What do we Know So We Know So

We are now aware of this Tensor 3 CPU, which is likely to be the power behind Google’s Google Pixel 8 when it is released in the first quarter of next year. Meanwhile, we are waiting patiently to see the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro to be revealed in full and the upgraded Tensor 2 chipset.

GalaxyClub claims it has learned that Samsung along with Google have already begun testing a brand new Tensor chipset, which is expected to be referred to as Tensor 3 (9to5google claims). According to reports, the third generation processor has been tested using a development board that has the version number S5P9865 and code name Ripcurrent.

It’s distinct from Tensor 2, which may be tested on a board dubbed Cloudripper with model code S5P9855. Because the model number S5P9845 is connected to the first Tensor chipset, you will be able to observe the pattern.

What can we expect from the chipset of Google Pixel 8

There’s a good chance that there will be performance enhancements and more processing power to support artificial intelligence, but it’s important to note that Google is working with Samsung on the processors as its Pixel line grows. According to reports it is believed that the Tensor processors are developed with Samsung Exynos technology.

In relation to Exynos The GalaxyClub article states that the chip is likely to come from the Exynos 1380 which is expected to replace Exynos 1280 that is found in various mid-range Samsung phones. The phone is currently under research and development (like that of the Samsung Galaxy A53).

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We’re not aware of what the power of it will be. Tensor 3 CPU is expected to be at this point as we don’t know anything regarding it. Tensor 2 other than the fact that it will power Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

Testing Evaluation of the Chipset

Although initially, the Tensor chipset offers a number of advantages however, it is not able to compete with chipsets like those of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or the A15 Bionic CPU inside iPhone 13. iPhone 13 at the moment.

In the end, by developing its silicon together with Samsung, Google can tailor it to meet the exact needs for the Pixel phones. It is essential to make sure that the design is appropriate for AI processing in order to make use of Google Assistant as well as Pixel’s image processing features.

For example, we know that the initial Tensor chip is the one that powers this feature of live translation. It’s also available in Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. This feature assists with facial recognition while taking pictures. If it comes to the Tensor 3 inevitably makes an appearance in a phone we can anticipate more of the same.

Google will continue to require a flagship model that is able to beat its competitors. They won’t care about benchmark results aren’t a important factor that determines the performance of mobile processors. It is going to be fascinating to see how the new chipset does in this field.

In 2023, at the end of the year The Pixel 8 series would most likely unveil Google Tensor 3 Chipset. Google Tensor 3 Chips

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