Most of the upcoming flagships are making use of the 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor. LG was the first company to use that in LG G Flex2 which was unveiled at the CES. HTC and Samsung were planning to use the same in their upcoming flagships, but Samsung changed their mind after reports of heating emerged. A few days back Samsung announced that it will be making use of its own Exynos chipset as they did not want to compromise on the quality of the processor used in Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
New reports making rounds inform that Qualcomm will be re-designing the Snapdragon 810 chipset. Even though other companies do not seem concerned about the heat emission aspect but there must be an issue for Qualcomm to take the decision to re-vamp the processor and they wouldn’t want to lose an important customer like Samsung.
LG with their statement about Samsung’s complain about Snapdragon 810 said that issue was not with the CPU but with the device and LG has designed LG G Flex2 keeping this issue in mind. Well if statements could kill, quite a dig at Samsung’s ineptness to design a device. Some critics say that Samsung is simply taking advantage of this situation to use their own Exynos processor.
Let’s see if in the next coming days Samsung makes the statement of using the re-designed Snapdragon 810 processor for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
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