As already confirmed a few days ago, Google and Samsung would join forces to develop a new SoC for mobile devices. Korean company Exynos will work with Google developers to create a new chipset that can maximize software optimization and performance.
According to first rumors, the new SoC, developed jointly with Samsung, will be used by Google for Next Generation Pixels (probably since 2021), as well as for me future Chromebooks. At the moment, it is unclear whether the new SoC will be exclusive to devices manufactured by Google, or whether it will be offered by the Galaxy line.
Support for 5 Nm production process and the presence of one CPU Octa-Core ARM with dedicated equipment for managing machine learning algorithms and constantly on features. At the moment, the development is still ongoing, and therefore it is too early to know the final data on the project, starting with the presentations.
Of course, Google’s goal is to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm by offering next-generation mobile devices with hardware ideally integrated with the software. Follow us for more details.