LG is also faced with the overheating of the 64-bit chip Snapdragon 810




Qualcomm has in recent weeks to come down from the pages of news resources, as unofficial sources actively discussing Samsung’s decision to abandon the use of the latest 64-bit processor Snapdragon 810 Galaxy S6 and give preference to the chip of its own design. According to unofficial information, the problem is in the overheated Snapdragon 810 identified during testing.


Information sources 20 nm Snapdragon processor 810 has the defect that leads to overheating when working at frequencies in excess of 1,2-1,4 GHz. This causes the chip to limit the clock frequencies, from which suffers performance. Geekbench benchmark data show that under load Snapdragon 810 inferior in speed Snapdragon 805, which in turn is not far in the performance of the previous generation Snapdragon 801.

810 Snapdragon SoC used in a smartphone LG G Flex 2 with a curved screen, so it was unclear how LG designers were able to cope with the defect. Especially that the president of the company said he had not noticed a problem with overheating processor Snapdragon 810. According to the new information, the LG is also faced with overheating, but the problem was observed only in the first sample. Since then she has allegedly been eliminated, so that future owners of production models G Flex 2 of it you should not worry.


Supply problems Snapdragon 810 endangered releases LG G4, HTC One M9, LG G Flex 2 and other competitors iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus. It was rumored that loyal customers Qualcomm intend to review their priorities in favor of solutions from MediaTek or NVIDIA, and Samsung and LG will throw all their forces to promote their own versions of smartphones platforms Exynos and Odin.

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