LG G3 Screen was introduced almost a year ago, together with the LG brand processor LG Nuclun. But the chip had problems with overheating, resulting in lower productivity and the failure of the smartphone. But the company is going to release a sequel of its own chipset.
Rumors about LG Nuclun 2, began to appear as early as August. GeekBench test showed that the Exynos 7420 processor outscored in single-core and multi-core test. The report, released today, says that Nuclun 2 release, apparently, has been postponed until 2016. The reason for the delay has nothing to do with performance. In fact, it may even be considered good news.
Apparently, LG hopes to integrate LTE-modem to your chipset. Modem XMM 7360 LTE-A from Intel with support cat.10, will be able to receive data at a speed of 450 Mbps. It also supports VoLTE and work with two SIM-cards.
Nuclun 2 will carry a quad-core Cortex-A72 with a frequency of 2.1 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 1.5 GHz. Modem Integration should improve Nuclun 2 performance and allow him to work faster, with more energy savings.
Mass production Nuclun 2 is rumored to begin in the first half of next year, and will be manufactured using TSMC 16nm process technology with.