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The next Google smartphone will sport an in-house mobile chip

Blaming computing limitations of third-party options, Google announced that the Pixel 6, will be powered by an in-house chip called Tensor.

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Google Switches From Qualcomm Chip to Its Own on New Smartphones

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Google’s Tensor-powered Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are official but you can’t buy one until the fall

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Google equips Pixel 6 with its own chip to exploit AI to the max

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