In October last year, Samsung officially announced that it was developing two chipsets, the Exynos 9855 and the Exynos 9925. After those reports, we were constantly in the news about the Exynos 9925 chipset, but no further details were reported on the Exynos 9855.
But Galaxy Club, a Dutch tech website run by Android workers, reports that the Exynos 9855 chipset will probably be rebranded as the Google Tensor chipset that is expected to revolutionize the tech world.
According to GalaxyClub, Samsung has named their Exynos 9855 chipset Whitechapel. If your memory is good, you should remember that the Google Tensor chipset was also formerly known as the Whitechapel. It was also reported some time ago that Samsung was using the 5nm process to build the Google Tensor (formerly known as the Whitechapel). If, as reported by GalaxyClub, that’s true, then Samsung’s will go beyond supplying its manufacturers to manufacture the Google Tensor chipset.
The Exynos 2200 chipset, which Samsung is expected to use next year’s Galaxy S22, is currently known as the Exynos 9925, and will feature an AMD GPU. However, the Exynos 9855 chipset does not include an AMD GPU, which is similar to the performance of the Exynos 2100 chipset used for the Exynos 9840 or Galaxy 21 phone model.
However, according to reports, the Google Tensor will be released as an Exyons 9855 chipset, which will be a powerful chipset with a Titan M2 security chip powered by Google’s AI and Machine Learning tweak, unlike the standard Exynos chipset. . However, to be 100% sure of this news, we will have to wait until Google officially unveils its technical specifications.