Wednesday, 25 January 2017

LG G6 To Use Snapdragon 821 As Samsung Has Claimed All Snapdragon 835 chips




LG.. Well I certainly know how you guys are feeling right now.



The chance to LG has to make a come back from the embarrassing disaster of 2016's G5 may just have been scarred.

According to a new report on Forbes, the LG G6 will run a Snapdragon 821 instead of the 835.

Samsung will get first shot at the Snapdragon 835, and only after the Galaxy S8 is launched will the chip be available in sufficient quantities for other OEMs to build phones around it. Samsung is the only manufacturing partner for the Snapdragon 835 so far—it's based on Samsung's 10nm manufacturing process. It's possible Samsung Electronics essentially ordered their entire capacity ahead of time, knowing that would freeze out competitors.

This situation leaves LG with few options though. The company may decide to push back the G6 launch by months until it can get enough chips to release, or it could do what it's apparently doing and just use a Snapdragon 821.


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