The South Korean tech giant LG has announced the launch of its first mobile application processor NUCLUN (pronounced NOO-klun) and the first smartphone based on this chipset called the LG G3 Screen. The G3 Screen is basically a sized-up variant of the company’s flagship device, LG G3 and is meant for the Korean market only.
This new NUCLUN chipset is based on ARM big.LITTLE architecture that would render efficient multi-tasking experience. The octa-core chipset houses four Cortex A15 cores of 1.5GHz for intense tasks and four Cortex A7 cores of 1.2GHz for lighter tasks respectively in order to enhance the performance. Also, there is support for LTE-A Cat 6 network and download speeds up to 225 Mbps.
LG G3 Screen flaunts a 5.9-inch Full HD IPS display with resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and employs 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage capacity that can be expanded using a microSD card. There is an 13MP primary camera with OIS+, Laser Auto Focus and LED flash and an 2.1MP front facing camera. A 3,000 mAh battery is incorporated in the device capable of rendering a decent backup to it.
Running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system, the LG G3 Screen is topped with the UX interface with features such as Touch and Shoot, Gesture Shot, QuickMemo+ and Knock Code as in the flagship model. The device measures 157.8x 81.8x 9.5mm and weights 182g.