For shame LG, you are including inferior chips in your devices when competition have superior A8, X1 or Exynos.
my LG G2 is only 11 months old and now the screen flickers/trembles. no major drop just normal usage. tsk.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015LG first said there is nothing to be fixedThey might mean there's nothing to fix cos the batch they receive is already "fixed"
This is business speak. They fixed it, of course. But they didn't tell us what the fix was. Again of course. Because while throttling does fix the issues, it doesn't fix future customer dissatisfaction.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Probably no one since LG said it's fixed. Hope to see 820 in Note 5 though :DLG first said there is nothing to be fixed
NotePro, 29 Jan 2015Who is lying? LG or Samsung?Probably no one since LG said it's fixed. Hope to see 820 in Note 5 though :D
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015Lol, sad day for Apple/Sony/HTC fan-boys. Thery were so convinced it's Samsung conspiracy agai... moreOh BTW I don't know what do apple fan-boys have against samsung. without them, there wouldn't be iphones, at least not their current cpu's, lol
NotePro, 29 Jan 2015Who is lying? LG or Samsung?Lol, sad day for Apple/Sony/HTC fan-boys. Thery were so convinced it's Samsung conspiracy against Qualcomm, no matter how obvious the real issue was (Especially when previous high-end CPUs overheated too. Like, when you record a 4K video)
Fixed, yeah sure. Fixing overheating by underclocking doesn't count LG.
Shubham-Yadav, 29 Jan 2015Firstly they claimed there was no issue whatsoever, and now this. we think we are healthy but someday may find out some health problems...
Yea right. The "fix" is everyone pretending everything's fine. Including fan-boys who always claim their phones are perfect.
And how do you "fix" an overheating processor? Surly total redesign will be needed and isn't something you just "fix" in a matter of week or two
Firstly they claimed there was no issue whatsoever, and now this.