LG’s Odin SoC is rumored to have a quad-core and octa-core version

21 November, 2013 | Comments (26) | Post your comment

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A report in Korean media made the rounds, shedding light on the development of LG’s previously rumored, in-house developed chipset dubbed Odin. The SoC will reportedly come in two different versions – one with quad-core CPU, and another with an octa-core setup.

The quad-core version of the chipset will allegedly pack an ARM Mali-T604 GPU. The octa-core one on the other hand, is said to sport ARM’s latest Mali-T760 GPU.

The quad-core configuration of the Odin chipset will reportedly find home in LG’s lineup of smart TV’s, while the octa-core setup will be featured in mobile devices. The Taiwanese chip maker TSMC will be in charge of the chips’ production.

There is no timeline on the chipset debut. The next generation of top-end LG mobile devices however, seems to be a safe bet.

Source (in Korean) | Via




LG’s Odin SoC is rumored to have a quad-core and octa-core version - reader comments

  • Anonymous

So many useless fanboy jealous troll comments... Anyway. I very highly doubt any SoC released in the very near feature from LG is going to have a mali T700 series GPU.

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  • 2013-11-22 21:07
  • 4QSR
  • Anonymous

Riiiiiiiight..Oh yeah...back to reality

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  • 2013-11-22 21:06
  • 4QSR
  • asmodean

Let's just hope they improve their software department someday soon

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  • 2013-11-22 13:47
  • m7JZ