Google has decided to shake up the way it typically announces its devices. Rather than an event filled with pomp and circumstance, the company posted a Twitter thread (and blog post ) teasing the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones. What's Exciting Under The Pixel 6's Hood? One of the main things that could make or break the Google Pixel 6 series of phones is the chip. The company announced in a blog post that the phones would be the first to feature Google's Tensor, the company's custom-built SoC specifically for Pixel phones. This is a huge departure from using third-party chipsets, as the company did with previous devices. We made a chip! #Pixel6 is powered by our first ever smartphone SoC: meet Google Tensor (5/13) pic.twitter.com/0Kts53Tfqm — Made By Google (@madebygoogle) August 2, 2021 Google says that "Tensor enables us to make the Google phones we've always envisioned." By that, the company means that it can create phones that use "the most powerful parts of Google." It also pointed out that one of the most promising aspects of Tensor is that it can process Google's AI and ML models directly on Pixel 6. As the company is just… Read full this story
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