Although Lenovo is best known for it’s work with laptops and PCs, they are trying hard to break into the mobile world. The new Lenovo X910 may be the first ‘flagship’ to hit wider markets such as the US and Europe, and we’ve seen a little hint of what the smartphone is capable of thanks to AnTuTu.
Whilst we haven’t heard anything about the smartphone in terms of specifications, the new Lenovo X910 has been given a score of 29,231. There’s a few bits of data we can take from this- firstly, the AnTuTu benchmark post also shows that the Lenovo X910 is running on Android 4.2.2, and the processor is clocked at 2150 MHz (this will probably be marketed at 2.2GHz)
On top of this, we’ve learnt that Lenovo code names their smartphones depending on the SoC being used. For example, the K900 uses an Intel chipset, so seeing as the X910 is using an ‘X’ instead of a ‘K’ it would make sense that the X910 is using the Snapdragon 800. This is the only ARM chipset that we know of that is capable of reaching such scores on AnTuTu.
Do we need another game player in the land of Android or should Lenovo stick to what it does best?