Samsung’s Exynos 2300 SoC May Be Used On Google Pixel 8 As Tensor G3

Google launched the 7th generation of its own Smartphone ‘Pixel’ back in October. The device has launched with the Tensor G2 chipset, which Google customized based on Samsung’s 4nm SoC. Not even a month after the Pixel 7’s launch, 3rd generation of Google’s Tensor has been included in the rumors. It is expected to be built on the 3nm processor of Samsung.

Let you know that Google used to make its custom built-chip named ‘Tensor’ to make Pixel phones faster and more intelligent. The Tensor chipsets are usually manufactured by Samsung; afterward, Google customizes them for better optimization between the Smartphone and SoC. Google first launched the respective chipset with its 6th Generation Smartphone devices Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 pro.

Coming to the upcoming built-chip ‘Tensor G3’, according to ‘WinFuture’, Tensor G3 is reported to be rolled out with the Pixel 8 series. It will be a custom version of the Exynos 2300 SoC, which is a 3nm processor of Samsung, as the report says. Google will again use the Exynos 5300G modem of Samsung’s System LSI arm that was previously used on the Pixel 7 series.

As the report mentioned, the next generation of Tensor will be rolled out with Google’s devices that are codenamed “Husky” and “Shiba.” Both of these devices are rumored to get a total of 12GB of RAM. The Husky and Shiba devices, respectively, get a Full-HD resolution display with 2,268 x 1,080 pixels and a QHD+ display with 2,822 x 1,344 pixels. By looking at this, we expect the Shiba and Husky to be Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 pro devices.

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