Only a few months have passed since Google introduced its Pixel 7 range of smartphones, which are equipped with its own Tensor G2 processor. Currently, information regarding the upcoming Tensor processor is leaking online.
In the most recent development, a rumor suggests that Google’s Tensor G3 processor, codenamed Zuma, would continue to be manufactured by Samsung for the forthcoming chipset.
Online information has also revealed some additional data in addition to the codename and manufacturer. According to rumors, the Tensor G3 will be a Samsung Exynos 2300 clone. There is currently no available information concerning the Tensor G3 CPU.
However, despite the fact that Samsung will be replacing its own Exynos semiconductors in the forthcoming premium Galaxy S23 series with Qualcomm chips, the firm has already begun development on its Exynos 2300 chip.
The report also mentions that Samsung may produce the chip with the codename Zuma using the more sophisticated 3nm technology. In contrast, the 5nm node is used to construct the most recent Tensor G2. Additionally, it is said that Google will use the same modem found in the existing chipset for the future Tensor processor.
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