Snapdragon 810 is not overheating whatsoever, on the contrary - the manufacturer claimed that it's one of the least heat-inducing chipsets currently available on the market. Still, yet another recent speculation claimed that Qualcomm might fine-tune the Snapdragon exclusively for Samsung, one of its biggest customers, so that the upcoming Galaxy S6 and the rumored Galaxy S Edge don't overheat.What's more, LG recently claimed that the
Well, in regard to this exact rumor, it is now speculated that if this turns out to be the case and Qualcomm really modifies the chip so it suits Samsung's needs better, then LG might sue the Snapdragon 810 maker. The reason is that such a belated improvement of the chipset will confirm the rumors that the chipset has had multiple issues that Qualcomm was aware of, which can potentially trigger a slew of legal disputes.
Not that Samsung would be on a dead-end road - after all, it's perfectly capable of developing smartphone chipsets on its own and if some recent rumors are to be believed, Samsung might be gearing for "war" with Qualcomm.