Google is apparently already working on the chipset for the Pixel 8


While we wait patiently for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro to be fully launched, complete with the upgraded Tensor 2 chipset, we’ve got news about the Tensor 3 CPU that is likely to power the Pixel 8 when it comes out next year.

As per GalaxyClub (opens in new tab) (via 9to5Google (opens in new tab)), Samsung and Google have already been testing an upgraded Tensor chipset, which logic dictates is going to be called the Tensor 3. The third-gen chip apparently has the model number S5P9865 and is being tested on a developer board codenamed Ripcurrent.



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