LG is rumored to be working on its own system on a chip (SoC), dubbed as LG Odin, from some time. The Korean OEM has not announced anything about the alleged processor, but a new report suggest the chipset will enter mass production soon.
The processor is rumored to ocme with big.LITTLE architecture with four powerful 2.2 GHz Cortex-A15s, and four frugal Cortex-A7s, clocked at 1.7 GHz.
The architecture is more like the one found on the Samsung Exynos chipsets, so it’s fairly easy to assume that it will offer users with a decent performance. The processor was expected to launch with the LG G2, and later more LG products. Unfortunately, it didn’t made its way, and the recent rumors suggested it will launch with the LG G3.
Despite of entering mass production phase, the Korean OEM is expected to pass it along with the new report hinting that it will not launch with the LG G3. This might come as a bad news for LG fans who are waiting for the upcoming flagship to hit retail.
There’s no concrete evidence about this, so take this rumor with a grain of salt. There’s no official word from LG about this report, but we’ll update you as soon as any other information comes up.
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