he Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the principal gadgets to dispatch with Google's in-house SoC, yet there is more proof that that was not the organization's underlying arrangement. in August, Marques Brownlee remarked during his Pixel 5a survey:
...I'm in reality lovely certain, in light of discussions I've had with individuals at Google, that they actually really needed to dispatch Tensor with Pixel 5.
Evidently, Google couldn't do this, so they incorporated Tensor in the Pixel 6 series all things being equal. It just so happens, @MishaalRahman noticed that a gadget codenamed 'whitefin' shares numerous determinations with the Pixel 5 however with a Tensor SoC. Apparently, 'whitefin' amalgamates 'whitechapel' and 'redfin', the codenames for Tensor and the Pixel 5, individually.
Furthermore, @mile_freak07 has found that 'whitefin' has an alternate variation of Tensor than the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro. While these use GS101-B0, 'whitefin' depends on a previous update, GS101-A0. Other source code expresses that GS101-A0 has distinctive CPU clock speeds than GS101-B0, which we have summed up underneath:
|4x ARM Cortex-A55||2.0 GHz||1.8 GHz|
|2x ARM Cortex-A78||1.9 GHz||2.25 GHz|
|2x ARM Cortex-X2||2.3 GHz||2.8 GHz|
At last, @mile_freak07 and @MishaalRahman's discoveries show what might have been for the Pixel 5 and the Pixel series. Hypothetically, Google could deliver 'whitefin' as the Pixel 6a, which would bring the Tensor SoC to a more modest structure factor. Apparently, 'bluejay' is Google's next mid-range cell phone. Notwithstanding, past execution makes them question that it would re-utilize the Pixel 5's body for the Pixel 6a as Apple has with the two renditions of the iPhone SE.