Lenovo K7T Kingdom Leaked In Antutu’s Benchmarks

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Not so long ago, Lenovo has just introduced its first LTE-capable smartphone (Vibe Z), but the company seems to have even more surprises for us. One of them is supposed to be a 2K Quad HD Lenovo smartphone known as K7t (aka Kingdom) that has been just leaked in Antutu’s benchmarks and the best part is yet to come. If all these technical specs that we have here would turn out to be real, than we had an interesting situation! Lenovo K7T Kingdom might be an amazing high-end device that has all the chances to impress you, so here we have even more technical details for all those who are interested:

This Lenovo K7T Kingdom smartphone houses a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM-8974 processor that comes along with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, not to mention both its 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front facing one which is supposed to be ideal for video calling.

Lenovo K7T Kingdom Leaked In Antutu’s Benchmarks

Lenovo K7T Kingdom Leaked In Antutu’s Benchmarks

If you are curious about the size of the handset’s display, we must tell you that it is not known for the moment, but we can simply guess that it’s of 5 inches or even higher if we take in consideration that such a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution wouldn’t make any sense on a screen smaller than that.

And we also know that Lenovo K7T Kingdom will definitely include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS even 4G LTE support, not to mention that it will run on Android 4.4.1 KitKat OS version. And as our source stated, it might be the successor of Lenovo K800 introduced in 2012 or of the more recent K900 (released in early 2013), by taking in consideration its name.

But these Antutu’s Benchmarks are not enough for us! We need much more than that, so we just hope that it will appear on MWC 2014, so we’ll be soon back with more updates.

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