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The Pixel 6 Tensor Chip’s Best Upgrade Isn’t Speed. It’s Security

Google's new flagship Pixel 6 and 6 Pro smartphones have gotten solid reviews so far, thanks in part to the custom Tensor processor inside. Google designed the “system on a chip” in-house, giving it a speed and efficiency advantage similar to what Apple enjoys with its homegrown silicon. And while there's a lot to admire in the snappy performance and all-day battery life, Tensor offers another, less touted benefit: security.
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Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro review: The best Android phones you can buy

Google’s latest high-end smartphones — the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro — are officially launching on Oct. 28. At $599 and $899, respectively, Google is undercutting the iPhones and Samsung Galaxys of the world with premium hardware that doesn’t compromise on speed, photography and ultimately using the devices day-in-and-out.
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TechRepublic

Best Android phone for 2021: Which one should you buy?

Jack Wallen offers up what he believes are the best Android phones you can buy for the remainder of 2021. The year is winding down. Where the time went, I have no idea. But here we are, about to head into November, and the holiday season is nigh. Don't worry, this isn't a shopping list (although it might be shopping-adjacent). Instead, since Google finally released its new flagship Pixel 6, is I'm listing what I believe are the five best Android phones you can get for the remainder of 2021.
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9to5Google

Google Tensor shows stunning results in Pixel 6 Pro speed test, just seconds short of iPhone 13 Pro [Video]

Tensor is the first mobile chip Google has ever designed for its Pixel smartphones, and as we explained in our review earlier this week, the performance feels indistinguishable from the best Snapdragon flagships. However, it also puts up an impressive comparison with Apple’s chips in the iPhone 13 Pro Max, with a Pixel 6 speed test being a very close call.
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9to5Google

Pixel 6 lets you disable 2G as Tensor security core & Titan M2 with RISC-V architecture detailed

In addition to the camera today, Google is detailing the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro’s security features that are based in software and Tensor hardware. It starts with the Tensor security core. This “custom designed security subsystem” is comprised of a dedicated CPU, ROM, one-time-programmable (OTP) memory, crypto engine, internal SRAM, and protected DRAM. It is logically and physically “distinct from the application processor.”
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9to5Google

Google details more ways the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro cameras use Tensor

With the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro officially launching tomorrow, Google today detailed some additional places where its custom Tensor SoC is being used to improve and power the camera. Google already detailed some of these advancements at the Pixel Launch Event, but started by reiterating how Live HDR+ Video...
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wccftech.com

iPhone 13 Pro Max Barely Beats the Pixel 6 Pro in Latest Speed Test

Google went the distance with its Pixel 6 Pro, not only arming it with its custom chipset, but adding a little extra such as 12GB of RAM, a 120Hz LTPO OLED screen, a massive battery, and capable camera hardware. Unfortunately, the flagship was beaten by the iPhone 13 Pro Max in the latest speed test, but the results were much closer than you think.
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buzinessbytes.com

Pixel 6, Google Tensor lay a good foundation: Sundar Pichai

San Francisco, Oct 27 (IANS) After announcing robust quarterly results during the earnings call, Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the new Pixel 6 series and Google Tensor chipset lay a good foundation. The new Pixel 6 and 6 Pro bring together the best of Google Artificial Intelligence (AI),...
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Pixel 6 is a major upgrade: A first look at Google’s new Tensor-powered phone

The new Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro showcase one of the biggest year-to-year phone upgrades I’ve seen in a long time. In the lead-up to Google’s fall Pixel event on Tuesday, the company behind Android and YouTube did something many other phone makers don’t and announced both new Pixel 6 phones back in August. The Pixel 6 has new camera hardware, runs on Google’s first in-house processor and has a design that looks unlike any other phone sold today.
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aivanet.com

Google Tensor SoC: Everything you need to know

Google’s latest phones are powered by its custom silicon, and there is a lot to like here. Google makes some of the best Android phones money can buy, and a large part of what makes its phones stand out is the cameras. Although Google hasn’t changed the hardware sensor itself in over three years, it was able to leverage its software prowess to deliver truly outstanding photos from Pixel phones, including the Pixel 5a.
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Digital Trends

Google is bringing new Pixel 6 features to older Pixel devices

The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro come with a slew of features that include new hardware, new cameras, a Google Tensor chip, and more. Some of these are based on the new Tensor chip and require the SoC to function, while the rest are based on the software. The latter set of software-based features can be ported to previous-gen Pixel devices. And Google is now working on introducing such features to the older Pixel smartphones.
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