We Might Get To See The LG G4 With Snapdragon 808 According To Latest Leak
LG G4's been the center of attention for leaks for quite a while now, with several pieces of information related to it floating around. The one that's caught our eye is the alleged change up for the device's expected framework. While LG became one the first manufacturers to adopt Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 this year with the launch of the LG G Flex 2 at CES, looks more and more like the company's also shifting away from Qualcomm's top silicon.
Potential LG G4 With Snapdragon 808 Leaks
Another LG G4 leak, this time courtesy of twitter shows the device sporting Qualcomm's hexa-core Snapdragon 808. Qualcomm's inability to solve overheating issues on the Snapdragon 810 seem to be doing the manufacturer quite a lot of harm it would seem like, particularly at a time an increasing amount of manufacturers are considering custom made chipsets, following Samsung's lead. But before you count Qualcomm completely out of the run, there's no way of confirming whether the image above belongs to the LG G4.
LG's flagship plans for this year seem to be mixed so far, with word floating around related not only to the LG G4, but also to several other variants of the G4 brand name. These include a LG G4 Note, that's heard whispers of a metal body, with the company looking to settle for a plastic one on the G4. Given the increasing tradition of two devices being launched, we might very well get to see a larger screened LG G4 launched this year as well. Or this month to be more precise as the company's April 28th even is only a week away so we'll know more details soon enough. The LG G3 wasn't that shabby of a smartphone, and if LG manages to build upon the device's successes then it might see itself with a very successful launch indeed. Stay tuned, we'll keep you updated.