Lenovo is said to have in development a new smartphone dubbed the K12 Note. The device has been seen on Google Play Console listing, which shows the features and the front design of the handset.
According to the listing, the Lenovo K12 Note is likely to arrive as a rebranded Moto G9 Play, which was announced last month (August). Here is what you need to know.
Lenovo K12 Note Specs and Features
According to the Google Play Console listing screenshot, the upcoming Lenovo K12 Note will get its power from the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC paired with 4GB RAM. The same processor is available in the Moto G9 Play.
Lenovo K12 Note will likely flaunt an HD+ display, a resolution of 720×1600 pixels along with 280 PPI, and a sleek waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. The smartphone is expected to ship with Android 10 OS out-of-the-box.
As of now, other information about the upcoming Lenovo K12 Note is still scarce. We should expect the company to share more details soon.
What to Expect
Lenovo seems to be losing a bit its popularity in the market. The company launched a few months ago the Lenovo Legion Duel. Unfortunately, the device’s availability is somehow unfair – available only in China.
That gaming-centric smartphone comes with cool features such as a pop-up selfie camera, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC, and a dual battery.
Maybe due to its association with another giant tech, Motorola, the company is bringing smartphones as rebranded variants. Suppose the rumors turn out to be accurate. In that case, the upcoming Lenovo K12 Note will arrive with a triple rear camera setup and a single shooter and a 5,000mAh battery with 20W TurboCharge fast charging support.
The price of the device is also expected to be similar to the Moto G9 Play. But, it’s better if we take all this information with a pinch of salt until Lenovo confirms anything.
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