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Exclusive: Pixel 6 will be powered by new Google-made ‘Whitechapel’ chip
Per that report, Google would be ready to launch devices with Whitechapel chips as soon as 2021. According to documentation viewed by 9to5Google, this fall’s Pixel phones will indeed be powered by Google’s Whitechapel platform.

In the document, Whitechapel is used in connection with the codename “Slider” — a reference we’ve also found in the Google Camera app. From what we can piece together, we believe that Slider is a shared platform for the first Whitechapel SoC. Internally, Google refers to this chip as “GS101,” with “GS” potentially being short for “Google Silicon.”

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Apparently, Google is now only switching up its design but also its naming scheme. Instead of releasing an "XL" model, Google is releasing both a standard Pixel 6 and a Pixel 6 Pro [...]
  • Alleged renders of the Google Pixel 6 have emerged for the first time.
  • The images show a drastically different design language for the device.
  • The Pixel 6 is rumored to launch later this year towards the fall.
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Google was not immediately available for a response.
Source: Alleged first look at the Google Pixel 6 reveals a drastic design change
 
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