Rumors have been doing rounds about LG coming up with its own chipset and it seems this is now becoming a reality.
The chipset made by LG and codenamed Odin can make a debut any time soon. The rumors have been there for almost a year now, and it was believed that LG Liger with model number F490L would arrive with the company’s own chipset.
The rumors are now being backed by the leaked images giving a strong hint that they might be true.
At the beginning of this month, LG Liger received its Bluetooth certification and the marketing documents for the same are being created at the LG Headquarters.
Other rumors also suggest that the Odin-powered smartphone would come before the end of this month. The LG Liger F490L would be just a test run for the LG chipset. The leaks show that the chipset will likely be called Nuclum and it would be an octa-core CPU four of which would be running at 1.5GHz and the remaining four at 1.2GHz.
The lower clocked cores would be Cortex A7 while the higher clocked cores would be A15. Other sources also claim that the chipset would support Cat 6 LTE which allows downloads at speeds of up to 300Mbps.
Other LG Liger specs would include a 5.9-inch full HD display and 13 megapixels rear camera with OIS and a 2.1 megapixels front camera.
LG Liger is expected to have 32GB of built-in storage and 2GB of RAM. Its battery will have a capacity of 3000mAh and the device will be 9.45mm thick.
The model-number for the device shows that it’s heading to LG U+ one of the three major carriers in South Korea.