Google Tensor 2 chipset is expected to be built by Samsung using its 4nm process node

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Follow us to that special room in Mountain View, California, where only those who make decisions for Google at the highest level are allowed to enter. On this day an important decision was made. What would be the name of the sequel to Google’s first homemade Tensor chip? The company undoubtedly had thousands of documents and pages of statistical analysis to look at.

It’s shocking, but the sequel to the Tensor chipset could be called the Tensor 2

After hours of tension-filled conversations that were only interrupted to move on to the next round of Google’s company-wide foosball championship, a decision had been made. The sequel to the Google Tensor chip, which is likely to make its debut in the Pixel 7 series, would be called the Tensor 2 for now. Yes, all those brain cells firing at top speed to a half-hearted tentative name for the second-generation Tensor chip.

Now we can’t say for sure that this is exactly how it went that day at the Googleplex, but according to android authorityGoogle is expected to work with Samsung again on the second-generation Tensor chipset to be produced by Samsung Foundry using its 4nm process node. Usually, the lower the process node, the smaller the size of the transistors used on a chip. As a result, more transistors with a shoehorn can be placed inside, making the chip more powerful and more energy-efficient.
The 4nm LPE process node expected to be used to produce the Tensor 2 has already been used by the foundry to build the Exynos 2200 chipset powering the Galaxy S22 line in most parts of the world. Samsung also used the same process node to build Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.
The second-generation Tensor chip should come with an upgrade to the chip’s Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), which combines the chip’s AI capabilities with its audio and image processing. This makes it possible Google is going to bring features to the Pixel 6 series such as the Magic Eraser, the Pixel’s great photo processing, and the real-time language translation available with the Live Translate feature.

Pick up the Pixel 6 or the Pixel 6 Pro

Magic Eraser is one of the most talked about features of the Pixel 6 series. It allows the user to remove unwanted and distracting people, items and objects from a photo without using expensive third-party software. Live Translate’s interpreter mode allows the Google Assistant to act as a digital interpreter. It translates a sentence you just said in your own language into the language of the person sitting next to you.

When the person answers in his/her own language, the Assistant translates it back to English and says it out loud. Personally, it and Magic Eraser were two of the features that impressed this writer during the unveiling of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro series last year, causing yours truly to switch back to the Pixel from the iPhone 11 Pro Max. To activate the mode, open Google Assistant and ask Google to be your interpreter.

June Pixel Quarterly Feature Drop should be out on June 6

Speaking of the Pixel, tomorrow is June 6, making it the first Monday of the month. Not only does this mean that compatible Pixel models will receive the monthly Android security update, it also means that models from the Pixel 4 and above can receive functional updates to eliminate bugs.

And tomorrow’s trove of updates is also expected to include the Quarterly June Pixel Feature Drop. Unless you’ve lived in a country without Pixels, you probably know that Pixel 6 Pro users can find their phone with face unlock facial recognition system once they install the new software update on their phone.

This is a story that we’ll be on top of all day tomorrow, so stay tuned here. You can open the Settings app on your Pixel throughout the day and go to . to go SettingsSystemSystem update† When an update is ready, you will be prompted to tap the appropriate button to start the update process. We’re hoping for some cool new features for the Pixels and the addition of Face Unlock for the Pixel 6 Pro.

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