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Lenovo K7 Note Spotted on Geekbench with Helio X20

by Martin 6

Lenovo has been teasing its yet to be announced K7 Note lately with a series of posts on Facebook hinting that the new device will pack a new, powerful processor. And it looks like we finally know what will be powering the K7 Note as the device has been spotted on the Geekbench database posrting a Helio X20 processor from MediaTek.

The Helio X20 was actually one of the chipsets that the device was rumored to come with and is a significant jump from the Snapdragon 430 that powered the K6 Note. It looks like the company wasn’t kidding when it said that the K7 Note would feature killer performance.

Aside from the listing revealing that the K7 Note will be equipped with a Helio X20 processor, the listing also shows that the new device will also feature 4GB of RAM.

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With all the teasers coming out along with this new Geekbench, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if the Lenovo K7 Note would be officially announced in the next few weeks.

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  • Zero

    And for US market they will release the Snapdragon 630 version…

  • Bojan Radovanović

    Killer performance with MTK soc!?
    Well, Lenovo’s marketing could say something like that, but that coming from a geek site, it just shows how little you acctualy know about what you are writing at.

  • Saku

    The MTK backlash is ridiculous! X20 is a very capable SoC, I don’t know why MTK gets so much hate just because they aren’t as good as Qualcomm despite being more budget-oriented.

    Seriously, stop the prejudices.

    • Jh1

      I tend to agree with you. Would prefer to see a Helio p25 in this though. The x20 is plenty powerful for my needs, but it tends to be an energy hog. I’m really liking the efficiency trend with the sd625/630 and Helio p20/25

      • Saku

        I concur. I have a 625 device as well and it’s very efficient. But my previous experience with X20 is great too. Sure it can get really hot after intensive gaming, but for normal use, it’s more than enough to get a 3000mAh juice last for a whole day use.

    • Joe mont

      My guess is because they dont release source code. Meaning you get one version of Android generally and your stuck with it.