Google Working On Chipset For Chromebooks and Tablets
Google Working On Chipset For Chromebooks and Tablets
Google Working On Chipset For Chromebooks and Tablets
As the news spreads, the Pixel 6 series is about to launch. The company has been working on it for some time. At the same time, according to new news, after the Pixel 6 series, Google is now working on a chipset for Chromebooks and tablets. It will work on Chrome OS. This information has been received through some reports. The company has already announced its tensor chips. The chipset will be offered in Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones.
According to reports, Google will launch this new chip set by the year 2023. The report also said that the new CPUs and mobile processors manufactured by Google are controlled by Softbank, a British chip company Arm chip. Based on blueprints, whose intellectual property is used. More than 90% of the world is done in mobile devices.
The company seems to be following in Apple’s footsteps. Because just as Apple has introduced its own chipset, Google is also working on launching its own chipset. Doing so allows the device to be self-sufficient with its own chip to power it.
It helps to work better with software. It also helps customize the chipset. Apple has said goodbye to Intel chips from its MacBooks and turned to the M1 chipset.
Not only Apple but also Google has taken care of it. Other competitors such as Amazon, Microsoft, Tesla, Baidu, Alibaba, etc. are also in the race to make their own chipsets.
The report says that Google has asked suppliers to increase the productivity of their smartphones by an additional 50%. This simply means that it can be expected that pixel devices will become more popular in the future.
If we talk about numbers, 2019 has been the best year for Google, with over 7 million pixel phones sold. The following year, however, saw a sharp decline in sales. According to an IDC report, only 3.7 million devices were shipped. According to the report, the focus on chip set development could lead to more recruitment of chip engineers from all over the world, including India.

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