Meet Google’s Revolutionary Tensor Chip

Google's all-new flagship smartphone, the Pixel 6, features the revolutionary Tensor chip. The proprietary so-called SoC — or system on a chip — combats existing computing limitations that have stood in the way of fully pursuing its ultimate cutting-edge tech goals.
Recently, Google's most innovative work has relied on artificial intelligence. Google built the Tensor chip specifically to showcase the search engine giant and multinational technology company's biggest breakthroughs in both AI and machine learning.
Previous models have relied on Qualcomm units, including the still-available Google Pixel 5a with 5G and its Snapdragon 765G chip. However, it's reasonably safe to assume that all future Google smartphones will now be powered by Tensor and its successors, with the Pixel 5a likely to be the last of its kind.

Google Tensor Chip

Google designed Tensor to simultaneously deal with how consumers will use smartphones in the future. Crucially, Tensor focuses on more than computing power.
Instead, its scientists, developers, and other experts have focused in detail on how they can use machine learning to unlock specific experiences via the Tensor system-on-a-chip platform. Similar to Apple's proprietary chips, Tensor is intended to make Google's products more capable than ever.
In creating Tensor, Google thought about every single piece of the chip itself, customizing each aspect to run all of its many groundbreaking services. For users of Google's products, this means entirely new features and marked improvements to existing ones.
Ultimately, Tensor enables Google to make the smartphones that it has always envisioned. Tensor also taps directly into all of the most potent parts of Google's ecosystem.
At the same time, owners of Tensor-powered devices will have layers of hardware security. In addition, Tensor takes a revamped approach to run camera systems. It also facilitates cutting-edge improvements in speech recognition.

Google Pixel 6

Google's revolutionary Tensor chip drives both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Elsewhere, various Tensor-related quality-of-life improvements have also been placed front and center on the new Pixel 6.
Google first unveiled its latest Pixel handsets to the world at a launch event held on October 19. The Google Pixel 6 price starts at $599, and the Pixel 6 Pro cost starts at $899.
Storage upgrades are further available for both handsets.

Tensor-Powered Pixel 6 Warranties

Although the Tensor chip offers various quality of life upgrades to the Pixel 6, it doesn’t make the phone any less susceptible to damage. To protect your smartphone from drops, liquid spills, and damage, pair it with an Upsie smartphone subscription warranty.
With Upsie, smartphone users get peace of mind. In addition, Upsie’s warranties cost just $9.99 per month. Customers can purchase an Upsie warranty for smartphones, regardless of when the phone was purchased. The phone must be in good working condition.
For affordable, comprehensive protection, choose Upsie.

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