Pixel 6 Leak Reveals 6.4-Inch 120Hz Display, 5,000 mAh Battery and Whitechapel with Focus On AI and ML

Recently we saw a Pixel 6 render with the redesigned back panel and a dual-color treatment. Like Apple, is expected to switch to their in-house Chip called the Whitechapel. A tipster leaked exciting information about the Whitechapel, and now another insider has backed it with additional details.

could work with Samsung and offer a custom chipset based on the 5nm process. Most importantly, the performance of the Chip will not match the latest Snapdragon 888. Instead, it will be near to that of Snapdragon 870. Instead, is focussing on machine learning and artificial intelligence of the Chip. The tipster adds that graphics on Whitechapel will be handled by Mali GPU, “which reportedly works well under load.”

Well yes, Whitechapel is a 5nm chip with current performance on PVT units closer to SD870, they are not trying to match SD888. Google’s focus is on ML & so the raw AI performance is matched to that of other leading mobile chips. Plus that Mali GPU is performing good under stress.

A previous report by Weinbach claims that will be ditching Snapdragon and instead of working with for its upcoming chipsets. ’s SoC (System on Chip) would include a custom neural processing unit (NPU) to handle artificial intelligence and machine learning tasks. Furthermore, the company could use a custom image signal processing unit and other image sensors to enhance its photography.

Pixel’s already offers superlative camera processing capabilities, and we only hope ’s custom chip will take it to the next level. Meanwhile, Google is working towards creating a new set of chipsets that will power the Pixel and Chromebooks. is doing something similar to the M1 Chip on iPhone, iPad Pro, and the new 24-inch iMac.

The Pixel 6 is rumored to feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 6 is expected to be backed by a 4,500mAh battery, while the Pixel 6 Pro will come with a larger 5,000mAh battery.

Via: androidbeat.com

Share with friends:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
Share on telegram
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp
Share on email