We first heard that LG is chipping away at its line of chips, code-named Odin, before the LG G Pad was a thing, and it appears to be every day creeps closer to the begin of their extensive manufactures. In fact, the Soc will be made by Taiwan's well-known TSMC, yet they will emphasize an unique LG ARM-based configuration.
We don't know a whole lot about the processor beyond any doubt, however gossipy tidbits point at it being dependent upon four 2.2ghz Cortex-A15 centers, and four Cortex-A7 centers timed at 1.7ghz. The GPU is reputed to be a Powervr Series 6 delegate - this is Imagination Technology's most effective result yet.
The Korea Herald guarantees that the LG G3 could be the first gadget to rise with the LG chipset, which heads us to expect that the media hasn't been staying aware of the news recently. On the other hand, it is conceivable (yet impossible) that the G3 will propel with an Odin processor in its country of South Korea, while the worldwide adaptation will get its Snapdragon 801/805-fueled incarnation. This procedure has worked for Samsung, despite the fact that Sammy has its motivations to keep its octa-center Exynos for the most part for the Asian market. Apparently, the Odin CPU will be emphasized in mid and low-extend gadgets also, despite the fact that they likely won't get the eight-core design.
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