Mysterious Android device with Intel's Bay Trail chip shatters AnTuTu benchmark records

Intel already demoed a 7" slate with quad-core Bay Trail, and now a mysterious device with this new low-power silicon appeared on AnTuTu running Android. The score? 43416 points. For comparison, the most powerful ARM silicon that is in devices now is the Snapdragon 800 chip, which clocks in the thirty thousands range...
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26. Potato.

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32. Doppleganger

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Its too bad Intel had to resort to cheating to win on Antutu. (read the link below...the RAM test is FAKED OUT when run on x86 and the GPU scores are maxed out on just about every piece of Si testing. Check out // Antutu isn't even a real benchmark, its propaganda from China. C'mon Intel -- you're better (ethically) than this!
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