If the name Lenovo K900 doesn’t tell you anything, no one could blame you because the smartphone’s availability has been, at least so far, restricted to a handful of Asian markets. And that’s a shame really, because the aforementioned device (powered by Intel’s Atom Clover Trail CPU) is one powerful beast. Not to mention good looking and stylish too.
However, based on the latest findings, Lenovo is already working on another flagship phone, this time powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 CPU. Check out the Antutu results below and join us after the break for more info.
What you can see above is an Antutu performance report of a handset codenamed Lenovo X910 (X910, K900 – they could be related). As you can see above, this handset has been tested in China (Lenovo’s homeland), is being powered by a 2150MHz CPU, runs on Android 4.2.2 and has achieved 29231 points.
Now, considering that other smartphones powered by a Snapdragon 800 SoC with the CPU clocked at 2150 GHz have achieved roughly the same score, it wouldn’t be to far off to assume that Lenovo’s upcoming flagship will be powered by Qualcomm’s best SoC to date.
Here’s hoping that the Lenovo X910 will arrive to the western markets and that its build quality will be similar to the K900. Would you be interested in buying one if the above info turns out to be true? Let us know in the comments section.