Google Is Reportedly Planning To Manufacture A New Chipset

Posted: Nov 7 2015, 10:36pm CST | by , in News | Technology News


Google Is Reportedly Planning To Manufacture A New Chipset

As per the report by The Information, Google wants to be king of the Android world be developing its very own chipsets.

According to the report, Google reportedly is in touch with different manufacturers regarding the designing of new Android device processors.

Google, this time, wants bigger and better features like, built-in depth sensors, better cameras and CPU memory cache.

Google feels that the current hardware options are not succeeding in bringing the successful tech like Project Tango.

It also wants to compete with stronger products when compared to the famous Apple. Apple’s A6 chip is the most famous among the processors, nowadays.

Many experts believe that the chip is responsible for iPhone and iPad’s better performance.

Even though some Apple devices have less appealing specifications than that of Android, they still work better when it comes to performance.

Google now believes that if hardware is good enough when compared with specifications, then it is definitely going to yield better performance.

The new processor will also enable the company to rapidly roll out new updates with bigger features and different improvements.

The speculation regarding Google’s ambitious new plan is not yet confirmed. Also, we do not know which manufacturers are in discussion with the company about the chipsets.

It is also somewhat skeptical that big companies will take a chance with Google to switch their designs.

Let’s wait to see if Google make some development with its chip technology or not; because it’s high time for Google to have some renovation!

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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