Lenovo K900 with its dual-core processor Intel bursts ceilings power tests

The first tests of Lenovo K900 are more than encouraging. The new Intel Atom dual-core promises to eyeful levels of performance and initial results attest. Intel treats its back on the market in 2013. 

Lenovo is not a small company, as it still bought the computer division of IBM, but remains unknown in France on the smartphone market. Intel ultra leading manufacturer of PC processors, just on the smartphone market . In 2012, the company has offered a quick test with the Motorola Razr i and a single-core Atom processor house, which although not a commercial success, offering a power-consumption interesting.

In 2013, these two actors try to impose from the top, putting on the market a high-end model, whether the power level at the design level. Reminder technical specifications of Lenovo K900 smartphone presented at the CES 2013:
  • Screen 5.5 inch IPS 1080p (1920 x 1080 - 400ppi)
  • Camera: 13 MP f/1.8 with dual flash on the rear, 2 MP front
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 16 GB of Storage
  • 6.9 mm thick
  • 162 grams
  • Processor Intel Atom Dual Core 1.5 Ghz.

It is precisely the latter that interests us since the first power AnTuTu Benchmark tests have recently been published.

Score of 27,154 Lenovo K900 should impress us? the simple answer is YES. Benchmark for the HTC Deluxe with a Snapdragon processor S4 Pro four heart painfully reached 14,000 points. The score also exceeds K900, by far, the results obtained by the Exynos 4412 processor clocked four core 1.6 Ghz the Samsung Galaxy Note II.

These results alone can not judge the coherence and consistency of the device since they are raw results. It was not until the tests "size" of devices available for judging, including tests battery and batteries of tests on the game power-hungry.

Intel and Lenovo offers an interesting perspective and consumers come to declare war by competing with players who previously trustaient market. Good news for consumers who will have more choice of platform.

If your thinking was: "When Intel released its laboratories, processors worthy of competing architectures? ". It is time to reconsider your approach. Remains to be seen how the cost smartphones with Intel.

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