LG Optimus G2 will use LG’s eight-core ‘Odin’ processor
Samsung was the first smartphone manufacturer to announce his interest in the use of new technology 8 Core -based big.LITTLEarchitecture, that seems to offer great advantages in terms of battery life, this does not mean that other manufacturers are not interested in using it on their future devices.
However, it is said that the next Galaxy S IV will not adopt the Exynos 5 OctaCPUbased on this technology, but we are not sure of everything, and while that's a new report reveals that LG is working on a new 8 Core SoC big.LITTLE, whose production has already been assigned to TSMC.
The first LG device that should use the new technology is said to be the successor to the LG Optimus G, which is not expected to reach the market before the third quarter of this year and still do not really know anything about him.
Therefore, in this 2013 we will have a tough battle in the field on the CPU, to much pleasure of the smartphone user.
Currently we can say that the leader is Qualcomm, as the new powerhouse Android smartphone the, HTC One carrying the Snapdragon 600 showed very highest scores in the various tests of Benchmark.