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Google recently introduced the highly anticipated Tensor processor Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Thus, the company took its place among companies such as Samsung and Apple, which produced their own ARM-based CPU. According to the latest information, the US technology giant is determined to continue the project. Google, which has always cooperated with Qualcomm in the past years, seems to have completely abandoned this partnership. The company, which has already started working on the Pixel 7 family, is developing the processors of the phone, which is planned to be released in 2022.

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Here are the details… The documentation for some apps in Pixel 6 includes references to a phone with the codename Pixel ”Cloudripper”. Rumors suggest that this ‘Cloudripper’ codename is a developer dashboard not just for the Pixel 7, but for all of Google’s future high-end phones. Clouddripper, judging by documents viewed earlier this year, Tensor chips are named GS201 as opposed to the GS101 model. Seems to be related to a new chip with. Google couldn’t go back to Qualcomm after trying Tensor chips. This seems to have pushed the company to continue on its own silicon chips.

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The new chipset will be featured in the Pixel 7, which is scheduled to launch in 2022. The characteristics of the chip are not yet known. But judging by the other Tensor SoCs, it looks like Google will likely upgrade the TPU and adopt Arm’s Armv9 CPUs and Mali G710 GPUs. Is the search giant having an inventory problem?
Recently, Google canceled all pre-orders for the Pixel 6 without a valid explanation. Then the company offered another wait form on its site to inform users about when the Pixel 6 Pro will be released.


This indicates that Google is experiencing some inventory issues. The Pixel 6 Pro page in the Google Store has a banner showing the waiting list. The banner also has a button to join the waiting list and check stock from other retailers. Although the company has inventory problems, it is a fact that there is a lot of demand for the Pixel 6 Pro.

Although Huawei, which was blacklisted by the US in 2019 for its direct connection with the Chinese state, works hard to heal the wounds of the destruction caused by the sanctions, it seems that the troubled days will continue for a while.

In this process, the company faced many problems, such as breaking its agreement with TSMC, for which it produced its own Kirin processor, losing Google support, and perhaps most importantly, the sale of Honor, which has been under its roof for years. Although he could breathe a little easier with the HarmonyOS operating system he launched, he was again on the target board after a new move from the USA. At that time, the Chinese company thought that if Trump could not win the elections, the said sanctions would be lifted. But Joe Biden, who took office earlier this year, took a very similar stance to the former president. In fact, according to the latest information, Biden is making the attitude towards Huawei even more rigid.

Accordingly, the House of Representatives voted on a bill that would prevent blacklisted companies such as Huawei from obtaining new equipment licenses from US regulators. The Safe Equipment Act, seen as his government’s latest move to curb the Chinese company, was approved by a vote of 420-4. The final decision now rests with President Joe Biden. On the other hand, let’s add that the same situation applies to ZTE. Republican Senator Marco Rubio, who made statements on the adoption of the bill, used the following statements:

“Companies run by the Chinese state, such as Huawei and ZTE, that threaten our national security have no place in our telecommunications network.” If the bill is approved by Joe Biden, new equipment licenses will be issued to companies such as Huawei that are on the FCC’s “Equipment Covered or Services List,” the independent government agency that oversees US interstate and international radio, television, wire, satellite and cable communications.

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As it will be remembered, the FCC made a similar move in June. In addition to Huawei, it had decided not to license equipment to many Chinese companies, but this was suspended after the intense reaction from China. In fact, the organization, which allocated a large fund, called for an urgent change to companies using Huawei network equipment in the USA.