More reports about the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro showed up in the rumor mills. While we know that Google and Samsung are collaborating to make their own chipset, we did not know yet how the chipset performs. This time though, we finally got clues on how it does perform.
The Whitechapel chipset is fabricated on a 5nm process similar to the flagship chipset Snapdragon 888. However, the performance is actually closer to that of the Snapdragon 870 as Google is focusing on Machine Learning (ML) and raw AI performance. Google’s Pixel line of smartphones are touted more towards photographers than hardcore gamers so this makes sense.
Among other features reported that the Google Pixel 6 series will have include a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ for the regular Pixel 6, while QHD+ (4K resolution) for the Google Pixel 6 Pro.