According to the latest report, new evidence shows that Pixel 7 phones will unsurprisingly use Google’s Tensor second-generation tensor chip. Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were officially launched today, becoming the first models of Google’s new series of Tensor chips.
With the help of Samsung, the Tensor chip is optimized for the widespread use of Google’s machine learning, in some cases speeding up existing functions, or implementing functions that were not previously possible on mobile phones.
While researching the apps included in Google Pixel 6, the APK Insight team found that a new codename Cloudripper related to Pixel was mentioned. It believes that Cloudripper is not the codename of next year’s Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro, but the name of the baseboard or development board that shares hardware with these two phones. A similar code name appeared earlier this year, and Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are related to Slider.
According to the documents previously viewed, Cloudripper is connected to the second-generation Google Tensor chip, the model is GS201. Compared with the GS101 in Pixel 6, this chip seems to be a whole new generation, which indicates that the number of models may increase by 100 every year. Mishaal Rahman also found this GS201 in the newly released Android code modification.
Judging from the inclusion of Cloudripper in Pixel-related applications at this stage, it seems that Google is very likely to prepare for the use of this second-generation Google Tensor GS201 chip in next year’s flagship product Pixel 7. It is not clear what enhancements the GS201 chip has, because no hardware details have been found.