Information about the next generation of Google Pixel phones has emerged. They have a second generation Google Tensor soc with a new modem from the manufacturer Samsung, according to the information.
The new Tensor soc will have GS201 as type number, compared to Tensor’s GS101 from Pixel 6 phones, 9to5Google reports† It appears that Google is once again partnering with Samsung as the manufacturer and developer of soc; In any case, the modem comes from Samsung and will be the not-yet-unannounced Exynos Modem 5300. It is not known what changes there are compared to the Pixel 6’s Exynos 5123 modem.
There are three hardware code names associated with the Exynos 5300 modem. The first are Cheetah and Panther. Additionally, Google appears to be using felines as this year’s hardware labels. Thus, Cheetah and Panther will be the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. For years, Google has used sea creatures for this.
The third is “ravenclaw” and according to 9to5Google it may be a prototype of the Pixel 6 with the new Tensor soc, which has not been released. So there is no code name For the foldable Pixel phone that will be made by Google.
References in the first Developer version for Android 13 Released nearly two weeks ago. Google usually releases its new generations of Pixel phones in the fall. It happened with the Pixel 6 in late October last year.
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