Snapdragon 800 Lenovo K910 receives network license


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Lenovo’s latest high-end Lenovo K910 has been spotted over at Tenaa receiving it’s network license.

For their next flagship phone Lenovo have dumped the Intel Atom CPU found in the K900 in favour of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip which will be fitted in the all new Lenovo K910.

The K910 has already made it’s appearance in a number of leaked photos and is now ready to go on sale now that it as it’s official stamp of approval from the Chinese equivalent of the FCC.

Lenovo have stuck to a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display for the K910, and also packed it with 2GB RAM, 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear, 16GB of built-in storage, micro SD card and Android 4.2.2. According to reports the 2.2Ghz quad-core chip in the Lenovo K910 is good for up to 34,072 points in Antutu!

Pricing of the K910 is expected to be on par with the current K900 so expect around 2999 Yuan for the base mode and more for a 32GB (or larger) version.

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