Straight from Mother Russia comes a bunch of benchmarks that are very impressive. The Lenovo K900 dual core Intel CPU made a very good impression on us at at MWC 2013. This phablet was introduced back at CES 2013 and now it’s back to show that beautiful metal plate at the back.



As you can see, the device scores 25.827, beating the Galaxy S4 by just a bit. Lenovo K900 supports a 1080p resolution on the 5.5 inch display and it comes with an Intel Atom Clover Trail+ dual core CPU, clocked at 2 GHz. There’s also 2 GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel Sony Exmor BSI camera at the back, as well as a 2 megapixel front shooter. To top it all, the handset measures 6.9 mm in thickness and has a beautiful metal case.


The design is kind of similar to the one of the ASUS PadFone Infinity, which is a big compliment. The device is made of polycarbonate, stainless steel and it runs Android 4.1, with the promise to ship with Android 4.2 and support for back plate customization with 4 metallic backs. It appears that Intel’s CPU solution is finally starting to matter in the world of mobile, but let’s see the battery life first…

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