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- Dec 30, 2010
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It looks like we have a "he said, she said" feud brewing in the mobile world. As if LG and Samsung didn't have enough things to put them at odds, now they are arguing about processors. LG has publicly come out denying that the Snapdragon 810 from Qualcomm has any over-heating problems. They obviously have a vested interest in this since their latest device, the LG G Flex 2 is powered by the Snapdragon 810. Here's what Woo Ram-Chan, the company’s vice president of mobile product planning, had to say,
“I am very much aware of the various concerns in the market about the 810, but the chip’s performance is quite satisfactory.”
He added that the company's LG G Flex 2 actually radiates less heat than many of the smartphones currently on the market. Either this is LG trying to save face, or the earlier reports that Samsung might drop the Snapdragon 810 in their Galaxy S6 are wrong. Sammy themselves have been surprisingly "mum" on the matter, which suggests the report may just be true. It looks like we will just have to wait for Samsung to spill all of the details on the Galaxy S6 to find out the truth.