8-core LG Chip Tested for the First Time-and Delivers Surprisingly Low Results.

LG’s upcoming Odin octa-core has been testing in Antutu, but find it hard to keep up with the class dukser.
It is now common knowledge through the last year that LG is working on an octa-core chip. The question is whether the processor is ready to offer Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 and Samsung Exynos 5 up to dance.
LG’s first high-end SoC (System on Chip) is expected to take advantage of ARMs big. LITTLE architecture. The system consists of 4 small and 4 large real processor cores, where the big-cylinder, but also more power hungry cores is activated only by heavy loads.
Where we end up in actual output is still uncertain, but the first benchmarks from Antutu promise that Odin can keep up with last year’s fast runners from Qualcomm and Samsung. Odin scores on the other hand, generally lower than Qualcomm’s current flagship Snap dragon 800-but Odin’s current frequencies of 100 to 1000 Mhz is currently very low.
Whether Odin will take over the performance throne is therefore tied up on where high frequencies LG can wring out of the chip. Managed it for LG to get the clock speed up, it will provide a good foundation for future flagships, such as LG’s LG G3.