We knew that LG was working on its own chipsets for some time, and yesterday our colleagues from Engadget Mobile made echo of rumors indicating an imminent presentation of the so-called LG Odin with its first device.
Well, we never had to wait long to get a much more juicy filtration, and it is that the LG Liger (F490L) You can see in the picture above would be the first device of the firm in its chipset LG Odin assemble with eight-core processor.
We are talking about a phablet with legacy design of the LG G3, current flagship of the Korean firm, which would raise its screen diagonal to the 5.9 inches with a resolution FullHD 1. 080p and IPS technology.
The total size of the terminal would be in the 157.8 x 9.45 x 81.8 mm, where could be a 3,000 mAh battery to power the new chipset LG Odin – called Nuclun – now with an eight-core processor in big architecture. LITTLE: quad-core Cortex-A15 running at 1.5 GHz and other four Cortex-A7 to 1.2 GHz. This heart hardware includes a Cat.6 LTE modem
The memory stays in the 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, and their cameras are inherited from other cutting-edge devices of the firm, with a 13 megapixel camera and optical stabilizing O.I.S. + the main sensor, a sensor 2.1 megapixel frontal.
The terminal It will be launched with the operator LG U + in your home country, Korea South, although dates have not transcended. Nor do we know, obviously, if it transferred its borders and reach international markets in the future.