It seems that there has been word going around that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor does indeed suffer from the issue of overheating, and taking into consideration the LG G Flex 2 handset that runs on the Snapdragon 810 chipset had already been announced earlier this month at CES 2015, it makes perfect sense for LG to step forward and perform some sort of damage control – by mentioning that their 64-bit octa-core smartphone does not heat up. In fact, the LG G Flex 2 was commended that it emits less heat than competing smartphones, now how about that? However, over at its recent Q4 2014 earnings conference, LG did mention shipping 60 million smartphones and experiencing an increase in revenue, as well as admission that it encountered “issues” in the initial batch of Snapdragon 810 processors, although the good news is, such “issues” have already been solved.
The main question to ask is this, has any of the LG G Flex 2 produced actually carry Snapdragon 810 processors that have “issues”? Hopefully not, so keep your fingers crossed, and so to if you are on the lookout to include the LG G4 as your smartphone purchase later this year when it is released some time in Q2 this year, according to the latest estimates.
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