Lenovo K900's Intel Processor Scores High in Benchmarks

The recently-revealed Intel dual-core processor powering the Lenovo K900 has performed commendably in a benchmark.

Powered by a 2GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor, the smartphone scored more than 27,000 points on the AnTuTu benchmark. Comparatively, the HTC Droid DNA settles for a score of 14,000.

The latter device is powered by the quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro. The benchmark for the K900, however, also outperformed the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which sports a 1.6GHz Exynos 4412 processor.

Intel's first CloverTrail+ smartphone, which remains undated in terms of a launch period, houses 2 GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera with a Sony Exmor BSI sensor, a front-facing 2-megapixel snapper and 16 GB of internal storage.

Elsewhere, during CES 2013, Lenovo announced a slew of products: the Windows 8 Yoga 11S laptop, the ThinkVision LT1423p Mobile Monitor Touch (our hands-on impressions can be found here), the Helix Hybrid ultrabook and the 27-inch IdeaCenter Horizon tablet/table PC.


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  • tipmen
    Not bad at all... Till I saw 16gbs of storage. I hope it has removable storage because 16gbs does not cut it.
  • saintjimmy
    Sure it may be really fast, but does that matter if it has terrible battery life?
  • teh_chem
    Since this benchmark weights in factors like the device's storage read/write speeds, these scores are moderately meaningless. My LG optimus G scores 19k.

    Moreover, show us how these CPU gains will further functionality. :)