LG to debut in-house quad-core L9 chipset in a phone this September

09 July, 2012 | Comments (42) | Post your comment

Tags: LG, Android, Touch UI

LG is about to debut its own L9 chipset this September. The L9 will be feature a quad-core ARM processor and a powerful GPU, but the architecture is yet to be announced.

As the number 9 in the name suggests, the L9 might be based on the older ARM Cortex-A9 cores instead of the newer Cortex-A15 architecture. Though as you probably know LG licensed both A9 and A15 ARM architectures, so you never know.

Anyway, the new L9 platform will power a new high-end LG phone set to launch in September. It will pack a True HD-IPS screen (the one we saw on the Optimus 4X HD) and will bring a camera with a resolution of 10 or more megapixels.





LG to debut in-house quad-core L9 chipset in a phone this September - reader comments

  • Ernu

I think it's L9 following their last optimus line, L3, L5, L7 and this would be L9, right?

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  • 2012-08-15 16:20
  • PrkR
  • Rivj

That will never be a smartphone in the next 10 yrs,.....but for LG, samsung should watchout.

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  • 2012-07-13 17:52
  • mcja
  • expert india

first of all Lg needs to create its brand value as an LG Mobile company and than the other things. Otherwise nothing will happen for Lg. Cause Others like nokia..samsung..apple..blackberry and htc all has its brand value as a mobile company.

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  • 2012-07-10 19:51
  • U@2A