There are two ways to look at the Tensor chipset in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 devices. The Google smartphones from 2021 and 2022 could not match the quality of the rivals, despite the fact that the processor and software work well together on the one hand.
In 2023, it should remain that way; once more, the foundation is most likely a Samsung Exynos processor. While Google still includes its own chips and optimizations, it truly only serves as the foundation of the complete chipset; nonetheless, Samsung did not arbitrarily choose to compete with Exynos with its own top models in 2023.
Always lagging behind but also substantially less expensive is Google Pixel
The Google Pixel has recently performed adequately in terms of system performance and battery life, but nothing more. There is a lot missing when compared to other top smartphones priced around 900 euros, in my opinion, particularly in terms of battery life. Looking at the price, that’s once again acceptable.
According to reports, Tensor G3 is built on a Samsung Exynos 2300 and might even be made by Samsung. This has another drawback in that Samsung’s output is currently and in the near future less effective than TSMC’s.
Report: The Google Tensor 3 could be a modified Samsung Exynos 2300 SoC
The rumored 1+4+4 configuration reportedly includes a Cortex-X3 high-performance core clocked at 3.09GHz. Four performance cores (the ARM Cortex-A715) will run at 2.65GHz and the four efficiency cores (ARM… https://t.co/qeCVng0kHe
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