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Tuesday, 23 July 2013 07:32

Lenovo superphone tips up in benchmark

Written by Fudzilla staff

2.1GHz Snapdragon 800

Lenovo’s smartphone business is doing very well in China, although we don’t get to see that many Lenovo phones in western markets. Things are about to change, as Lenovo is planning to take the fight to Europe and the US over the next two years.

The unannounced Lenovo X910 probably won’t lead the charge, but it certainly has what it takes. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2150MHz and with Android 4.2.2 on top it scored 29,231 points in AnTuTu.

That hardly sounds like a frugal phone for the Chinese market, as it could wipe the floor with practically any Android flagship available in the west. However, we’re not sure it will ever come to western markets, although it certainly has the brains.

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