Google claims that self-developed Tensor SoC will have 80% performance improvement
In Google’s introduction two months ago, it has confirmed that the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will use self-developed Tensor SoC, focusing on AI acceleration, improving the experience of photo effects, face recognition, and item recognition. It is said that Google’s Pixelbook 2, which replaces PixelBook Go, will also use Tensor SoC.
Tensor has attracted attention as Google’s first self-developed SoC, except for its built-in new generation TPU that is curious, the rumored unique dual Cortex-X1 super-large core triple cluster design is also one of the reasons, which is different from the existing SoC design commonly used in mobile phones. At present, the SoCs used by various manufacturers in the high-end smartphone market are relatively similar, and there have been no impressive products for a long time. This is one of the reasons why many users look forward to Google Tensor and Samsung Exynos 2200.