The Display 1440 P of The LG G3 Almost Is ‘Sung’, But Your SoC Could Be Be from MediaTek

Let’s recap what we know about the next this South Korean manufacturer high-end smartphone. In the last post that we devote a week ago we told you that possibly will be governed by one of the new Odin processor with eight cores developed by the own LG, that have a screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 points and that will be resistant to water and dust.

However, during the last days are taking force in many Asian media the possibility that LG finally not decant to integrate their own SoC in this terminal, and opt to install a chip with eight cores of MediaTek, specifically the MT6595 of which we have spoken on other occasions.

This microprocessor incorporates quad-core Cortex A17 able to work at a clock frequency which can oscillate between 2.2 and 2.5 GHz, and other additional Quad-Core microarchitecture Cortex A7 1.7 GHz. However, what really positions it as an interesting alternative to Qualcomm processors is your connectivity.

And is this MediaTek SoC incorporates the logic LTE that currently can not miss in a high-end smartphone, so, if its performance «gives size», could be a very worthy family processors opponent Snapdragon 800 Qualcomm, and, possibly, at a price lower than these last.