New rumors are emerging that Google’s next-generation flagship smartphone “Pixel 7” series will be equipped with the second-generation “Tensor” chipset.
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The codenames “Cheetah” and “Panther” are related to “Pixel 7” and “Pixel 7 Pro,” respectively. 9to5Google reports that it has looked into the details of the code for the recently released developer preview of Android 13.
These codenames are associated with an unreleased Samsung modem that 9to5Google claims to be “Exynos Modem 5300.” again,Cstark27May have found an Android 13 code that shows the connection between the new modem and the second-generation Tensor chipset. The modem is believed to have been associated with Google’s next-generation smartphone platform test device, Cloudripper.
The “Pixel 6” and “Pixel 6 Pro” released by Google in October 2021 are equipped with the first-generation Tensor chipset.
This article was edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan from an article from overseas Red Ventures.