Chinese company unveiled the Lenovo K900 a few days ago at Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES), in Las Vegas, but the handset maker did not disclose any details on the phone’s pricing options.
We do know that the K900 will be launched in China sometime in April, but we suspect that the smartphone will be released in other countries soon after. Anyway, until we know more on the handset’s availability, let’s see how it performs in benchmarks.
The folks at Tech Autors are among the first to publish some (real?) benchmark results for Lenovo K900. The smartphone scored around 27000 points in AnTuTu, which is about one third better than the most powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processors.
The phone was tested running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, though the final version has been confirmed to ship with Android 4.2, which might improve K900’s performance even further.
As PhoneArena notes, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which packs an Exynos 4412 processor with four cores, scored a bit more above 14000 points.
Furthermore, GSM Insider also reports on an interesting benchmark comparison between Lenovo K900 and XiaoMi Phone 2.
The results of the K900 are almost similar with the ones published by the folks over at Tech Autors, so even if the scores seem unbelievably high, they must be real.
XiaoMi Phone 2 almost reached 22000 points in AnTuTu benchmark, whereas Lenovo K900 exceeded the 25000 milestone.
Intel’s Clover Trail+ chipset seems to be extremely powerful in comparison with other SoC’s available on the market these days.
Lenovo K900 is powered by a 2GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 processor, which is complemented by a PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics processing unit and 2GB of RAM. The Z2580 packs two core and four threads and is likely to be embedded in other handsets as well.