Pixels sporting the GS101 Whitechapel chip could be launching in the fall, 9to5Google reported, citing internal documents.
Google is reportedly developing Whitechapel chips alongside Samsung, with the processors potentially sharing some specs and software with . According to the report, Google phones that’ll use the Whitechapel platform include the “Raven” and “Oriole” Pixels — which could be the Pixel 6 and .
Google declined to comment. Pixel phones are currently powered by Qualcomm processors.