As competition in the chipset space increases, its been rumored that LG has plans of their own to bring along an ARM based system on chip dubbed Odin. While rumors have been around for a couple of years now, we finally might have something concrete around the specifics of the chipset. Believed to be based on the big.LITTLE configuration that we talked about a while back, the Odin chipset would pair four Cortex A15 cores clocked at 2.2Ghz each with four Cortex A7 cores clocked at 1.7Ghz. To be manufactured on the 28nm process, it is believed that TSMC is in charge of manufacturing. Continue reading “LG Odin chipset entering mass production soon, to skip flagship G3”
‘It’s been a while since rumors indicated that LG was also trying to create its own mobile processors in order to catch up with the leading brands. It seems that LG is preparing to use its own octa-core processor known as “Odin” for the upcoming Optimus G2 smartphone.
Galaxy S III Mini is a device for those people who do not like a very huge phone lik the Samsung Galaxy S III, and if you are one of the users of the Mini and are looking to root your device, then look no further, you can finally root your phone using the following guide, thanks to the guys at XDA.
We have been hearing about a monstrous phone being developed by Sony, which sometimes pops up by the name of Odin and sometimes the Yuga, this phone is considered to have a 5″ display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution (Wow). Well some of the specs of this device has been confirmed by a Nenamark benchmark result, which also confirms the 5″ display with before mentioned resolution. Read on to know more about this device.
The developers at XDA have brought another handy tool for one of the most powerful devices out there right now, the Galaxy Note II. This a tool kit acts as a Swiss knife for your Galaxy Note II, it backs up/restores your data, installs busy box, install drivers, etc.
A video of the Blackberry Storm 2 (9550) codenamed Blackberry Odin has been leaked. The phone in the video is an early prototype. The prototype doesn’t have Wi-Fi but the final version of the phone will definitely have Wi-Fi. Physically the Storm 2 is almost identical to the Storm but it has some physical changes which make it better and easier to use. The Storm 2 feels nicer in hand.
The prototype is also running the same firmware as the Storm but it is said to have a newer and improved firmware.