Lenovo K910 shows off 30,000-plus Antutu score, Snapdragon 800 CPU

Lenovo K910 shows off 30,000-plus Antutu score, Snapdragon 800 CPU
Over the past few weeks, we have been catching some exciting tid-bits about an upcoming Lenovo smartphone that is looking more and more to be a successor to the K900 which was released earlier this year with a dual-core 2GHz Intel Atom CPU.

In mid-July, we shared information that spotted a mystery Lenovo dubbed the X910 on the Antutu performance report. It was thought then that the device was equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip humming along at 2.2GHz. There was also speculation that the device might be slated to be the successor the K900.

While we cannot bridge that gap completely, we can share that benchmark scores were found on a device noted as the K910, running Android 4.2.2, and it appears to be running the same chipset, scoring an impressive 30,059 Antutu score.


Lenovo has an attractive line-up of smartphones, especially the recent run of flagship models, but the devices have not been widely available in the west. Recent Lenovos we have seen and read about, along with the apparent gear in the works, have seriously piqued our interest and hope to see more of them in the market.

sources: GSM Insider via GSMArena

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4 Comments

1. Shatter

Posts: 2036; Member since: May 29, 2013

Still not have 4g/lte support in the US?

2. chemhaz

Posts: 161; Member since: May 04, 2012

Definitely one to look out for if your a speed-freak chasing benchmark scores.

3. imkyle

Posts: 1116; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

My Nexus 4 and 7 score around 19,000. I'm good.

4. roldefol

Posts: 4745; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

AnTuTu is getting notorious for benchmark numbers that don't reflect real-world performance. It claims my 2-year-old HTC running Sense 3.6 is nearly as fast as a GNex running stock 4.2. Riiiight.

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