Google is said to be working on its first custom chipset for smartphones with Samsung. We have been hearing about it since last year and it is believed it will be ready in time for the Pixel 6. First-hand evidence from inside Google raises the possibility.
Comment left by a Googler mentions GS101, which is believed to be the Pixel 6 chipset
Link contained in a comment posted by a Googler is the most solid evidence yet that a chip is in the works
The comment says: “You don’t need coredomain to use binder_use. This one lives fine on P21.”
P21 supposedly means “Pixel 2021,” and presumably points at the Pixel 6 and other devices expected this year. The comment is accompanied by the following link:
Although the link is inaccessible to the public, it’s enough proof that Whitechapel/GS101 exists.