With the release of the Galaxy Note 5, Samsung has one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. LG doesn't want Samsung to steal all of the thunder, so the South Korean giant is reportedly preparing a new smartphone to combat Samsung.
LG is reportedly looking to power this new smartphone with its impressive NUCLUN 2 processor which is said to blow the Exynos 7420 that Samsung makes and puts into the Galaxy Note 5 away. Qualcomm is preparing its Snapdragon 820 processor, which is rumored to be finding a new home inside of the upcoming Galaxy S7, but LG could pounce first with a NUCLUN 2-powered smartphone sometime in Q4 2015 according to the latest rumors.
LG's impressive NUCLUN 2 processor is built on the 16nm FinFET process, where it has a decent jump in performance over the Exynos 7420 from Samsung. Based on benchmarks from the NUCLUN 2 on AnTuTu, the NUCLUN 2 is capable of 5392 on the multi-core test, versus the 4970 that the Exynos 7420 is capable of.
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