The Pixel 8 could once again have a Samsung heart

Google Pixel 8 with Tensor 3 processor

Much has been said about Samsung’s decision to offer a single processor in its Galaxy S23. The change to Snapdragon was something that many users were crying out for a long time, but do not think that the manufacturer has run out of making brainiacs. One of its most interesting clients is Google, which after ordering the Tensor 2 for the Pixel 7now it looks like it will do the same for your future pixel 8.

A Pixel with a Samsung heart

The Google Pixel 6a in green

The family of Samsung Exynos processors has shown that they are really capable, and although in recent years a few small differences tipped the balance towards Qualcomm’s side, it should not be forgotten that Samsung’s processors are really impressive. The curious thing is that Samsung itself has not managed to obtain excellent performance in its own terminals, something that Google has been able to achieve.

With the Pixel 6, Google commissioned a modified version of the Exynos 2100, and with the new Pixel 7, it directly sent the schematics it wanted to develop a processor based on the Exynos 2200 that would end up being called Tensor 2.

Tensor 3 arrives

Well then, the launch of the future Pixel 8 It will be accompanied by the landing of a new platform that will continue to increase the family tree of Google processors. With the name of tensioner 3the brain will improve the present with new tricks with the signature of Google, however, the innards of the processor will continue to have the South Korean stamp of Samsung.

According to the information published by itHome, the base of the processor will be the Exynos 2300, and will feature a Cortex-X3 CPU with maximum frequencies of 3.09 GHz, as well as four Cortex A715 cores (2.65 GHz) and another four Cortex A-510 cores (2.1 GHz). Most interestingly, the GPU will be a modified Xclipse 930 based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. Little joke.

When will it go on sale?

The Google Pixel 6a in green in the hand of a man

There is still a lot left for that. The first launches that come to us will be the Pixel 7A, the rumored Pixel Fold and a Pixel tablet, and all that we should see it in the Google I/O. To find out more about the Pixel 8 we will have to wait until the end of the year, at which time Google normally decides to jump to a new level in its family of phones.

As always, the price will be another enigma, but seeing how manufacturers are raising prices more and more, don’t be surprised to see a new record in the official price of the future Pixel, even more so when its processor probably boasts a lot of potential. We’ll see what Google surprises us with.

Fountain: itHome
Via: phone arena

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