The Snapdragon 810 has become an endless source of controversy in the smartphone world over the past few months. The purported overheating issues of the chipset lead to an exchange of reports stating that Samsung will abandon the problematic piece of silicon, Qualcomm allegedly responding with a modified version of the SoC for Samsung's use.
This dedicated release in turn fueled rumors, claiming that LG may sue Qualcomm over the matter. LG, however, has been quick to dissipate those rumors - the Korean company reached to us with the following statement.
"Rumors regarding LG taking legal action against Qualcomm are unfounded and a complete fabrication of the facts. Given the source of this rumor, we're surprised it's being taken seriously at all."
As unequivocal as it gets, LG's wording should hopefully put an end to the rumor and confirm the excellent relationship between the two companies.
LG has already announced its curved phablet offering, the G Flex2, featuring the said chipset. The company has denied experiencing any issues with the hardware in the smartphone, which is expected to hit its home market any day now.
Mr. LG, when Qualcom has already accepted the fact there was an issue then why you are trying to defend or blame any company. Just relax and wait till the G Flex 2 comes to the market. Anyway, no one can sue anyone for not buying anything......
all chipsets will heat up .. earlier exynos based note3/note 2 were heating up more .so they stopped exynos ? earlier in sammy octacore processors ,only 4 cores were woking .they disabled 4 lp cores permanantly as the technology was not ready ....
smells like apple juice :D