The Lenovo K910 with Snapdragon800 receives the network license

Lenovo K910

Lenovo's future TOP GAMMA smartphone, the Lenovo K910, has just received its network license in China and is therefore ready to be launched on the market.

For its next flagship, Lenovo replaced the K900 Intel Atom CPU with a Qualcomm Snapdragon800 chipset.
Of the Lenovo K910 we have already shown some leaked photos, but now it is really missing poco at the exit, especially after the official approval of Rete, which in China is equivalent to the FCC.

The Lenovo K910 will be equipped with a 5,5 inch FULLHD 1920 x 1080 display, with 2GB of RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and 5 front, 16GB internal memory, microSD slot and Android 4.2. According to Lenovo, the quad-core processor of the Lenovo K910 will have a clock frequency equal to 2.2Ghz and can reach an Antutu score equal to 34.072 points!
The prices of the Lenovo K910 should be in line with those of the previous K900 and then about the 360 euros for the base model and something more for the version with 32GB of internal memory.
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