The next generation of Google Pixels Smartphones are still a few months away, but they are starting to appear on the Internet now and then We have seen Pixel 7 And the 7 Pro has at least got a clear view of its rear panel, and the Pixel 7 prototype is also for sale on eBay. But not much is said about the powerhouse inside the two phones – the second generation Tensor Chip – so far. According to a report, Google Has partnered with again Samsung For second generation tensor chips.
A report in Never, citing industry officials, said: Samsung Electronics Google will build a second-generation tensor chip for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. The report suggests that mass production of second-generation tensor chips at Samsung Electronics Foundry will begin this month, in June. Further, it is reported that the chip will be fabbed in the 4nm process node. The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are expected to debut in October.
The report notes that Samsung is developing second-generation tensor chips using PLP (panel level packaging) technology. In PLP, chips cut from wafers are placed on a rectangular panel. The strategy is said to reduce costs while improving productivity.
This is not the first time that Google and Samsung have partnered for Tensor chips. Last year, Samsung built the Tensor chip for the Pixel 6 series at its 5nm process node. Samsung has provided DRAM and NAND flash components to Google, and even Waymo has provided chips for autonomous vehicles. South Korean giant Google is in talks with Google to provide chipsets for servers and other applications.
The second-generation Tensor chip, expected to debut with the Pixel 7, is known as the Tensor GS201, internally known as Cloudripper. Moreover, the GS201 is said to come with the still announced Samsung Exynos 5300 modem.