LG to use a homemade octo-core chip named Odin for its H2 flagship Optimus G2
0. phoneArena posted on 24 Feb 2013, 07:09
Last year we heard for the first time that LG will try and mimic the big boys by developing a mobile processor in-house for its own smartphones, and a Korean publication reconfirmed it over the weekend, citing one unnamed LG official...
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1. darac posted on 24 Feb 2013, 07:36 0 4
I think by now It's obvious that the standard ARM A15 core has some power consumption / thermal properties that don't go well with smartphone implementation.
That's why Apple went to develop a custom Swift ARM reference, and other manufacturers are following
5. jove39 posted on 24 Feb 2013, 08:34 6 1
Heard of krait core? Everyone is following Qualcomm here!
I think this is right time for Intel to make a move with their best x86 atom core!
6. darac posted on 24 Feb 2013, 09:09 0 2
They were designing custom ARM based solution from the beggining of Snapdragon chips.
The Scorpion core instead of A9, and now Krait.
That's the difference
2. mydi.maus posted on 24 Feb 2013, 07:55 1 4
Optimus G2 IS GONNA MAKE GSIV CRY ;( and saying i should've use my ultimate weapon (octa),,
3. SleepingOz posted on 24 Feb 2013, 08:20 4 2
The GSIV isn't out yet. There's a chance that the rumours about it are, well, just rumours.
8. SamsungFan posted on 24 Feb 2013, 10:16 0 5
To where ? Nokia is going nowhere nokia will announce a dual core phone when lg and samsung announces octa core ones.
9. Commentator posted on 24 Feb 2013, 10:51 3 1
All he's saying is that the industry is making progress. He didn't make any mention of Nokia, so I'm not sure why you're antagonizing him.
12. haroonazeem638 posted on 24 Feb 2013, 16:31 0 1
He has a picture of Nokia Lumias as his avatar and he is using lumia920 as his name. But @SamsungFan, you really have to be that dumb to think he was talking about Nokia?
7. Guest_star posted on 24 Feb 2013, 09:22 2 0
well...I just hope that it will be powerfull enought to beat Qualcomms snapdragon 800, because if it is not then there is no sense in making it because LG and qualcomm have great relationship and I dont see any reason to spoil that...
10. OpTiMuS_BlAcK posted on 24 Feb 2013, 11:07 0 1
It could *probably* be more efficient with two A7s and four A15s.
Let's just see.
13. rusticguy posted on 24 Feb 2013, 19:35 0 0
So now everyone would be following Samsung for a few years ....