LG denies any Snapdragon 810 heating issue on the G Flex 2

22 January, 2015
LG claims that the performance of the Snapdragon 810 on the G Flex 2 has been quite satisfactory.

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  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 22 Jan 2015Can't laugh more about the people bitc*ing about Samsung and tha... moreThey have no shortage of production capacity.. Their production must have been pretty empty as most of the Apple A8 and A8x went to TSMC.

  • Modest Mind

Of course LG has to say everything is right with SD810 otherweise hobody would buy G Flex 2...

  • AnonD-354047

darkraver, 22 Jan 2015Cant laugh enough about fans defending Samsungs dirty marketing.... morenearly two years ago Samsung admited that he used dirty tactic to defame HTC and the question is he doing it again?

Anonymous, 22 Jan 2015Can't laugh more about the people bitc*ing about Samsung and tha... moreCant laugh enough about fans defending Samsungs dirty marketing. How pathetic...

  • LG

whatever they sammy propogates, SD are proven device and G-FLEX2 is is a beast for 2015.

Nobody cares for exynos . Even samsung never cared . They were afraid of exynos in their own devices . Now they started the blame game . They are cheaters in everything . Making others bad and making brand name . Always they focused on negative marketing.

  • LG

Anonymous, 22 Jan 2015Can't laugh more about the people bitc*ing about Samsung and tha... moresamsung only started this rumour saying SD is overheating so they are using exynos . It came in so many websites .

If they believe exynos is powerful , they should brand it not by saying apple is bad and galaxy is good . SD is overheating but exynos is not . When they will stop this blame game and focus on features .

  • Anonymous

Put a tiny chipset fan in :D

  • Anonymous

Can't laugh more about the people bitc*ing about Samsung and that rumor.
They are making their own Chipset (Exynos) for quite some time now, and its production capacity is growing.
So, yes, they only put it in some phones at some markets because of the capacity. The performance of the Exynos Chipset has always been good, efficiency too.
They can choose whatever chipset they want, and choosing your own is always preferable over 3rd-party ones (drivers, quality control, testing, ...). It's clear that most of you have no idea how to construct a mobile phone or even a chipset.

  • PeacefulOne

AnonD-337463, 22 Jan 2015That's what i would also say if i had a phone on the market with... moreIf you would about to release a phone to the market would you extensively test your device or just blindly believe that parts from different manufacturers work?

  • AnonD-337463

That's what i would also say if i had a phone on the market with a faulty processor.

Samsung sucks bigtime with this stunt rumor

Lets talk about exynos overheating a bit now...
All qualcomm based companies should now start a campaign about exynos overheat...

Again, Samsung plays dirty...and sucks
We should all boycott Samsung

  • TomSchimann

I have the LG L3 and love it, but the first one I got I couldn't even use it for more than 10 Min without it over heating and turning off. Few people I know have had the same issue.

  • Anonymous

So some people are just being sarcastic , don't care if there is actually a over heating issue or not ? Maybe only when their beloved brand have this issue will they keep their mouths shut!

  • LG

AnonD-23465, 22 Jan 2015Yeah.When nokia declined,people gave the throne to samsung for t... moreyeah .. well said ..even they were showing talking tom cat in samsung ads .. as if this app will run only on galaxy phones .
Most features they were showing were android features that time . Smartly they made people believe they have iphone quality . HTC was not able to market properly . so samsung gained market . But now they can't fool the people.

We are living in a world of options and customers are aware of product quality . so the Samsung sales decline

  • Anonymous

Graz, 22 Jan 2015Oh come on LG, your G3 overheated too much and you can't deny it... moreYea SD does have overheating problems. But fan-boys, Qualcom and phone makers won't admit it and just pretend there's no such thing.

  • Graz

Oh come on LG, your G3 overheated too much and you can't deny it. In my opinion the G2 was better than the G3.

  • LG

AnonD-5666, 22 Jan 2015Do you think LG will ever concede that there were issues? And it... moreWho doesent know G4 waits for MWC and release 1-2 week before.
But why S6 is waiting ?? waiting to copy from iphone7 ??
ha ha

AnonD-23465, 22 Jan 2015Yeah.When nokia declined,people gave the throne to samsung for t... moreWith a steady decline over several years, this may be Sony's last stand in the mobile segment. Not enough people care about Sony. They release flagship devices year after year, but never gain any ground.

With 3.1% market share, expect the doors to its mobile division to close for good no later than 2016.

http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_dominated_smartp­hone_shipments_in_2014-news-10841.php

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LG, 22 Jan 2015Also see the decline buddy. How long you can flood market with ... moreIt's no secret that Samsung's market share decline is due to Huawei and Xiaomi releasing dirt cheap, low quality, devices. They tricked bargain shopping, impulse buyers into purchasing their low budget garbage. Those days are over. Now, with both companies moving into high-end territory, with higher production costs (better chipsets, displays, RAM), they can't help but to charge nearly as much as Samsung for sub-par quality. Their days are numbered.

The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro is scheduled to cost ~$600. With such a horrible software suite and mediocre camera/camcorder, no significant number of people will choose it over a Galaxy S6. The Mi Note Pro would have to be no more than $349 to compete. Xiaomi can't do that without losing money. Pricing $500+ will be their demise. Not to mention that its interface looks like an Apple clone and would never sell in the USA.

Similar story for the Huawei and its Ascend Mate 7. $500+ for a 16GB device with mid-range specs? No wonder it took one month to sell a measly 1 million units.

In a world where everyone wants high-end devices for super cheap prices, Huawei and Xiaomi are making a mistake by following in the footsteps of a well established juggernaut (Samsung), who can take a hit and bounce back. They don't have this luxury. One major stumble, like high pricing for less, is all it takes to lose their consumer base. At this rate, both companies are on schedule to price themselves right out of the game.


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  • AnonD-259899

This FUD is spread by the garbage company called Intel because they cant do well in mobile space if their life depended on it.

Samsung has nothing to do with this and the news about Samsung dumping SD810 is another bogus claim at best. Samsung will only try increase it's own chipset revenues as that saves costs and helps bring down phone prices overall.