The Pixel 7 is likely to use Samsung’s 5G modem
Last year, Google used the Tensor chip for the first time in the Pixel series of smartphones. Of course, further investigations showed that the Tensor chip was not completely designed by Google, and that Mountain View had collaborated with Samsung’s System LSI branch. In a new rumor, it has been said that the next generation of Pixel phones are going to use Samsung’s 5G modem once again.
According to sammobile, the source code of the Android 13 developer preview contains information about the new Pixel phones coming this year. It has been said that Pixel 2022 will use the next generation Tensor processor, which uses the code name GS201. This chip is equipped with an unannounced model of Exynos series 5G modems with model number g5300b. The first generation Tensor chip used Exynos 5123 modem with model number g5123b.
- New details about the upcoming Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro
Samsung’s unannounced modem is going to appear in two new high-end Google phones, currently codenamed Cheetah and Panther. These two phones will probably be the Pixel 7 and the Google Pixel 7 Pro, respectively.
> Bring it and use it even in the next high-end Samsung phones. Currently, it is not clear how long the collaboration between Google and Samsung is going to continue for the production of a dedicated chip.