Lenovo has some pretty impressive smartphones, most notably the 5-5inch Intel-powered K900 smartphone, but today we're seeing a newly leaked benchmark for something completely different. While we've been waiting for the multinational Chinese technology company to launch phones in the US, they've been busy dropping them elsewhere. Although the K900 was impressive, we're excited to hear more details about this new X910 that leaked today.
Last month Lenovo confirmed a global expansion for their K900 smartphone, but that still didn't include the US markets. We've been hearing talk of their devices coming to the states, but so far that's yet to actually develop. Here's to hoping this new smartphone heads our way.
Spotted by G for Games is a benchmark for a new unknown Lenovo smartphone being called the X910. According to the AnTuTu benchmark result this 2.1 GHz quad-core packing smartphone scored nearly 30,000 points, and comes right in line with other Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series smartphones. Could Lenovo finally be getting serious about mobile?
The benchmark was spotted running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on a 2.15 GHz processor, and that score can only be one chip with those speeds. That being a Qualcomm. For now we don't have any additional details, but it's safe to say a pretty top-tier successor to the K900 is already in the pipeline from Lenovo.