File this under "Things that go BOOM"
Want to know a really cool way to ruin your octa-core Samsung Galaxy S4? Fiddling with the kernel so that all eight cores are active and overclocking (technically, underclocking as well) things to reach 2.8Ghz will do it. Android hacker DSWR managed to do just this, and he has the burnt board to show for it.
Yes, it's a bit crazy to purposefully do things...
A report emerging this weekend from the Korea Times, suggests that LG is to develop their first in-house mobile processor for use in the Optimus G2. It's perhaps not all that surprising that LG is considering heading down this path, and taking the fight on another front to fellow Korean OEM, Samsung.
The information comes from an un-named LG official during a telephone conversation with Korea...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 10 Jan 2013 2:09 am
There is no dearth of news about Samsung's announcements today, but we know plenty of you guys will want to see it for yourselves. Samsung knows it, too, and has posted the full one-hour+ speech on Youtube for easy viewing. Join Dr. Woo for 60 minutes and get all the bendy screen and 8-core CPU talk you can handle.
Skip to 12:34 for Exynos 5 octa stuff.
Skip to 39:48 for the flexible...
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