You may have been aware of a comment Samsung made when it came to the new Qualcomm 810 processor regarding the chip overheating during testing, in which LG have no replied denying any such claim.

The new Snapdragon 810 processor is powering the curved-display LG Flex 2, which LG say has had no heat issues during its internal tests.

“I am very much aware of the various concerns in the market about the (Snapdragon) 810, but the chip’s performance is quite satisfactory,” Woo Ram-chan, LG vice president for mobile product planning, told reporters at a press event for the company’s G Flex2 smartphone.

Samsung have insisted on issues with the chip and will instead opt for their own manufactured processor in their next Galaxy S device.

Could it be something else attributable to the heat of the chip in Samsung devices, or are the company simply trying to big their own chip up?

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